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wanny

Hi....hope you like my photo's. I have been trying for some time to decide what my 'style' is.....as my portfolio has built I suppose it's landscape if anything.
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  • St Mary's Lighthouse

    A fine shot that never fails to impress. As for CF I use the lens correction function in camera raw filter of Photoshop Creative Cloud. The colour tab has a check box to remove CF & always seems to work for me. Also in lens correction the manual tab has sliders where distorted horizons & wide angle problems can be addressed.
    • 22 Jun 2016 5:50PM
  • Swanage LE

    Lovely tones..........
    • 26 Apr 2016 6:10PM
  • Dragonfly wing attachment points

    Wonderful shot & great information........
    • 29 Mar 2016 2:24PM
  • loch lomond morn

    Beautiful simplicity.............
    • 21 Mar 2016 12:50PM
  • Before it all went Pete Tong

    Dangerous conditions...I've fallen a couple of times once breaking my arm crossing a river in Sutherland. I had a 10 mile drive back to base using my wrong arm. Luckily being Sutherland I didn't see another car. It really did make me think how vulnerable we are when out alone. More to the point it's a lovely shot......be careful out there.
    • 18 Jan 2016 5:55PM
  • 'Dancer In The Dark'

    Wonderful..............love it
    • 6 Nov 2015 11:43PM
  • Dawn on the Moors

    A great shot. I know exactly where this barn is.....I'd marked it out for an early morning shot myself. The zigzag landscape does it for me.
    • 30 Sep 2015 6:41PM
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  • Hi Michaela,
    A beautiful portfolio..............I must head over to the Solway area soon.............what time of year ould you recommend ?

    Best Regards,

    Ian.