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I've completely enjoyed spending some time browsing through your work. You've got a great eye for detail! I'll be back. Best Regards, ~Inga
Very good job dear Glen , I Vote +++
IT have enjoyed your images and humour.....nice work mate!
I stumbled accross your 2009 images every so often. I took in some of the photos and read you thoughts on the worker on the pole and how you turned around because the thought that you missed a shot would have haunted you. I saw an opportunity and thought about it for to long and drove by. I turned around to get the shot and had already lost the opportunity becasue the crows that were to be of utmost importance in the shot decided I was to interested in them and took off. I will be ready next time!
have just looked at some of your photos - they are fantastic you are a real inspiration!!
Merci de ta visite et de tes commentaires, j'aime beaucoup ton travail et je reviendrai régulièrement visiter tes galeries !
Nice pictures and I like your work ethic!
This is stellar work. If I ever see you, I might just ask for your signature.
I admit you got talent. Now I'm jealous.
Hi Glen Thanks for your remarks about totays photo Heavenly Fire. No that's not dust in the pix. If you click on original below the pix, you will see it is a jet airliner climbing out. Thankjs again Al Lee
Glen, at ISO 100, the 300d has very little noise or grain, even at 2 and 3 minute long exposures. The key is keeping the ISO low though, which is why the exposure had to be so long. Thanks for the comments!
You are right. I forgot to say keep still when taking a long exposure self portrait. Southern Maine eh, where's the ocean in your galleries? thanks for stopping by.
Thanks for looking at my photos. I lucked out on the wheelbarrows, although did have to crop it. You've got some great shots here. Esme
Congratulations on your 100mm lens. I wish I had the Nikon equivalent. What I usually do is take a hotshoe flash on an extension cord, pre-focus the lens (at f/16) to maximum closeness, and then I move with the camera in the right-hand, back-to-front to focus, with my flash in the left hand appropriately lighting the subject. Of course my lens is manual focus. I don't know how well autofocus works.
Hi Glen. Thanks for the comment! No, don't ditch your Canon gear - see what Steve does with a 20d and a 100mm lens.
Hi Glen! Welcome aboard!
Thanks for your good comment!
I use an Heidelberg Linoscan 1400 semiprofessional scanner coupled with my G4 Mac. Please note that I always scan the negatives or slides, not the prints!
Ciao from Italy,