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wayfarer

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I am plumbing contractor by trade, a photographer by hobby.
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  • Hunt for lunch

    Wonderful shot...
    James
    • 6 Dec 2008 12:23PM
  • another sunset

    This is a real eye catcher...Great shot.
    James
    • 6 Dec 2008 12:20PM
  • blue fluffy coat

    I bet mama like this one...
    James
    • 6 Dec 2008 12:14PM
  • Flame

    Very nice!
    James
    • 6 Dec 2008 12:13PM
  • fog and sun morning

    Wow! Great shot...never know in that mist what it will look like.
    James
    • 5 Dec 2008 12:21PM
  • Tree of plenty

    Really is a nice shot!
    James
    • 5 Dec 2008 12:20PM
  • on golden pond

    I liked the movie and I like your shot.
    James
    • 5 Dec 2008 12:18PM
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  • Hello Nick,

    I mean't to write yesterday but...I added a sky with a bit more life to your Venetian Canal photo, which I really liked, and also using the histogram added a tad bit of sheen to the old dull painted walls.

    Thanks, James
  • GREAT STUFF! You live in a beautiful area. James
  • GREAT WORK! I enjoyed going thru your site.

    James
    • Posted on RabC's profile
    • 18 Jan 2007 5:49PM
  • You're doing a great job with the camera. Love your work. I am also a plumber (40 years plus) and hoping to retire this year, o7, and open my own studio. James
    • Posted on alliec's profile
    • 28 Dec 2006 6:49PM
  • The last sunbeam is one of my favorite pics on this site and deserves far more clicks than what it has received so far. And by-the-way, you're a great photographer. James
  • Thank you for your comment on Debra's pic with the scarf. You pointed out the eyes should be a bit more sharper, and I thank you, and I agree... is using the sharpening tool the only way to acheive this? ... or can you recomend a better way? You're much appreciated and thanks. James
    • Posted on BillS's profile
    • 2 Jan 2007 1:09PM