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  • Opaque

    Argh, Barcelona! I took a pic very similar in the same place! Great isn't it! Smile
    • 4 Nov 2005 6:49AM
  • Guess What?

    *Wonders what is going on...*
    • 17 Sep 2005 5:19PM
  • Hey, come back. We haven't finished!

    Excellent! Smile
    • 13 Sep 2005 2:31PM
  • Zoom Burst Silhouette

    Nice effect, how did you achieve it?
    • 5 Sep 2005 6:17AM
  • Time for milking

    Normal sized pic now fixed.
    • 13 Jan 2005 2:24AM
  • Sunset at Cullen Viaduct

    Hi Don,

    This comment is just to test if notifications are working for you?
    • 14 Jan 2005 5:37AM
  • Path

    Turned off the adult rating. We didn't rate it adult, you must have when you uploaded it.
    • 19 Feb 2004 9:41AM
  • The Bump

    Because there's no editor present to award it at the moment? Smile
    • 13 Feb 2004 9:56AM
  • Shhh!!! Shhhh!

    If the image is under 60k in file size when you upload, it will not be altered at all.
    • 19 Jan 2004 1:30PM
  • sunrise

    Fixed.
    • 18 Jan 2004 12:19PM
  • The Water Tree

    Turned off adult rating.
    • 18 Jan 2004 12:20PM
  • ePHOTOzine

    Wow! Excellent Anthony! Grin
    • 18 Oct 2003 11:43PM
  • Lone Tree

    Shame about the fence but it doesn't really spoil the overall effect, well spotted.
    • 23 Sep 2003 1:20PM
  • Needs a Caption

    I knew I should have tied that knot tighter.
    • 16 Sep 2003 3:35PM
  • Love is colorblind

    I agree with Night Nurse and SuziBlue's comments on the nail varnish and white splash. It's still one of my favourite photos to be uploaded to ePHOTOzine though!
    • 25 Jul 2003 10:32AM
  • Syringe

    I had to comment on this after seeing it in the admin system before making it active.

    I think the effect on the hand is excellent. How has that been achieved? I can see some ripples just above the wrist that suggest it's one of those surgical gloves?
    • 20 Jun 2003 9:09PM
  • Red Sky

    I really like this shot Ed. I'm not sure if the fence at the bottom spoils it or not, but I guess you didn't have any wire clippers on you at the time anyway... Wink
    • 28 May 2003 12:25PM
  • Surfing the Web

    Nice work Kelvin, it's a shame about the blurred part at the bottom though.
    • 25 May 2003 5:54PM
  • Missing!!!!

    I agree with Mavis Patricia. It's nice to see the various experimentations you've created.
    • 1 Dec 2002 12:22AM
  • 'Rush Hour'

    I keep meaning to attempt a similar shot to this. Manchester Piccadilly station has just had an overhaul and this photo has inspired me to get working, thanks!
    • 23 Oct 2002 11:30PM
  • Cameo

    I've had a little play in photoshop with this image. It's very difficult to make the hair look more life like. In the end I liked the effect of having no hair! I felt it fitted in well with the dark mood of the image and emphasised the models face. If it weren't for the hair, it wouldn't be so easy to spot this as a shop model.

    I'd have also probably cut out the wall to the right, making it black.
    • 20 Sep 2002 1:31PM
  • Haunted Steps

    I like the editing you've done, it suits the shot very well.
    • 18 Sep 2002 11:37AM
  • Ideas from POW

    Thanks for the explanation Smile
    • 20 Sep 2002 3:39PM
  • Rose arbor side of my house

    I'm not a massive fan of this type of effect generally, but on this shot I think it works well.
    • 26 Sep 2002 12:00PM
  • Concentration

    I'd like to have seen this shot with a more authentic looking background. Being picky, as a posed shot, I'd also prefer to see the gentleman's watch removed.
    • 11 Nov 2002 3:32PM
  • Sam Carr

    Great Lens flair! Wink
    • 10 Jan 2005 6:30AM
  • Clouds

    Good shot.
    • 26 Mar 2006 11:10PM
  • Balloons in the Alps

    This is a really good shot.
    • 26 Mar 2006 11:14PM