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  • Trials and Trails

    Thanks Bruce Smile
    • 11 Nov 2015 8:37PM
  • Never forgotten.

    Has to be up there with the best poppy tributes this country has ever produced. Very moving and suitably treated Jase.
    • 10 Nov 2015 9:32PM
  • Loch Achray

    Liked this composition when you first showed it to me. Would look at reducing the heaviness of the top left and right corners a touch though. They just intrude a little, visually.

    Also, a mono conversion might be worth a look too.
    • 10 Nov 2015 9:30PM
  • Ross Priory Jetty

    Colour-wise it feels like a shot of two halves. A warm sky and a cool lower half. For me I'd even out the balance and then probably crop out half of the sky to give the shot more focus. Maybe a mono conversion too if you're feeling adventurous Grin
    • 10 Nov 2015 9:29PM
  • Loch Ard Boathouse

    Again, an 'almost' shot for me Simon. Crop off the fairly bland top sky [to just below the treeline] and also the sky in the reflection and the shot gains more impact. I know what I said today ... but you also said you liked more unconventional aspect ratios Wink
    • 10 Nov 2015 9:27PM
  • B&W Lonely Tree Loch Lomond

    An 'almost' shot for me Simon. Not much wrong with the composition though, that's fine for me. The issue is in the processing. TanyaH has pointed out the halo from rescuing the trunk detail, but the real area of attention is the transition between dark to light in the foreshore. The bottom left portion of the image feels far too light compared with the foreshore nearest the water.

    This can be corrected/adjusted at either the RAW or the PS stage with a gradient layer. I might recommend lightening the main portion of the image a touch and ALSO darken down the lighter area B/L to just re-balance the tones a touch.
    • 10 Nov 2015 9:23PM
  • Point of Ayr Lighthouse

    Fine image mate. Just a small tweak needed to level up the horizon a little on the right.
    • 10 Nov 2015 9:16PM
  • One of the stand-out, or maybe that should simply be outstanding PF's on EPZ. Everyone can see how you've blossomed from your early days here.

    Keep up the progression Rebekah, looking forward too seeing more of your work in future.

    • Posted on beckas's profile
    • 11 May 2010 9:03AM
  • There are some people who's work doesn't get the recognition that it deserves ... and yours, sadly fits into this category mate.

    Your work warrants a much greater amount of attention IMO, I know I'll keep looking in from time to time.

    Cheers mate,
  • A fabulous portfolio Mr Collet, your architectural shots are second to none. I always come back to look at them for inspiration.

    Top quality stuff Lloyd.

    • Posted on lloydee's profile
    • 20 May 2006 5:51AM
  • Doug, your porfolio is as dramatic as the landscapes that surround you. Fabulous and full of great imagery at every turn ... great stuff, keep up the fab work !!!
  • Nice portfolio, some really great images in here, enjoyed having a browse. Nice one la'
    • Posted on imagio's profile
    • 17 Oct 2006 8:58AM
  • All been said before ... top hole stuff mate, a cracking PF!!! Congratulations on winning round 1 of Practical Photography's POTY 2007 ... good luck for the finals.

    • Posted on edrhodes's profile
    • 28 Feb 2007 10:28PM
  • Nice and varied portfolio Richard, particularly like the Catlerigg shots.

    • Posted on rhion's profile
    • 9 Feb 2006 10:39AM
  • I meant Castlerigg - oops...
    • Posted on rhion's profile
    • 9 Feb 2006 10:40AM
  • A fabulous and varied portfolio, particularly like "As Far As The Eye Can See" amongst all your other belters.

    A pleasure to view it.

    • Posted on GillyB's profile
    • 19 Feb 2006 1:51AM
  • Fabulous portfolio Peter, you obviously love getting around. Your Southport pier shots are an inspiration - I can't wait to get a sky as good as yours.

    • Posted on pfheyes's profile
    • 27 Feb 2006 6:46AM