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  • Mug Shot

    Long shot, but could p.p. be the old latin "per pro", meaning "through the agency of" as here ?

    Nice shot anyway.
    • 3 Jan 2005 11:15PM
  • Portrait

    Love it, and totally agree with comments by roverfoxy9 and keithh above. The only thing missing is the chap's name! Any chance of enlightenment on that score?
    • 18 Dec 2004 11:23PM
  • Play Me Another

    Nice shot indeed - I like the angle at the top, more drama than if it were straight IMHO. You've done nicely to keep your reflection out of the machine heads as well! If I have to make a criticism (apart from the small pale spot noted by spaceman) it would be the creases or joins (whichever?) on the floor, which tend to distract the eye just a bit.

    Well worth a click!
    • 28 Dec 2004 1:31PM
  • Andrew's Rocks (tweaked)

    Thanks for the comment (and the click!). The picture was taken by Andrew Fyfe of this parish. His original can be seen here. As for the "step", I hadn't noticed it - its there on the original though - my guess would be that its some distant land.
    • 21 Jul 2004 12:47PM
  • Stumped!

    Well caught (no pun intended!). Don't you hate those awful pyjamas cricketers have to wear nowadays though. :-(
    • 28 Jul 2004 7:48AM
  • Unknown church

    Not bad! Just a little further out than those two. Its on the B655 between Hitchin and Barton-le-Clay, just the Hitchin side of Hexton.
    • 30 Jun 2004 6:31AM
  • In the palm of...

    Its hard to make a judgement on the processing, as the scanning process may well have imposed itself on the tonal range. However, there seems to be a pretty wide range from shadows to highlights - the shadow areas at top are difficult to "see into" (at least on my monitor). This may well not be the case on any original print you have made.

    Out of interest, what metering technique did you use?

    As for the composition, I like the idea behind it a lot, though this shot is perhaps a little "busy".
    • 20 Apr 2004 7:43AM

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