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Lefteris 13-Dec-2009 10:07
Great work!!
You are painting photographs!!
Patrick 27-Mar-2009 10:20
where's Pam ? any update from you ? r u ok ?
Michael 31-Jul-2008 19:36
Hello Pam,

I pleasantly stumbled onto this site. Do you remember me?

Michael Anthony Remy
Kathy 09-Jun-2008 02:44
Hi Pam,
Your work is very impressive. Do you use Lucis? I have it and have not figured out what settings to use on color photos. They have too much orange. B/W show too much detail in
shadows that I don't want. Can you help me with a setting for landscape and portrait that I can use on our professional portraits? Are you using painter? I only have photoshop.
Kirk Mays 06-May-2008 21:15
I was following your message on how to make "Rarindra Prakarsa like photography" and I got lost. Is there a way you could give me some hands-on-instructions?

My name and email address are below

Kirk Mays
MoreThanWords 06-Feb-2008 15:54
Hi Pam,

I stumbled across this site searching for the "dragan effect", only to find much more than that. I really love your before and after files... Do you have any - paying - tutorials or walkthroughs or previous posted material on your before & after series to explain how they have been created? I'd appreciate it.
I've set up a modest before and after myself on my website but it does not come close to yours :-)
Guest 30-Oct-2007 19:29
Off the top your work is amazing. Im George Henderson a photographer in Kentucky. Ive been looking for this effect for awhile now. Can you please fill me in on this amazing secret.If you would like to see some of my work visit thank you for your time hope to hear from you email is
Guest 24-Sep-2007 00:21
Hello, I am Aurimas from Lithuania. I sow your photos in and I am amazed about your photos in "Transformation" gallery. A long time I am trying to do something like that with Photoshop, but I can't get a resupt like yours. I think read somewhere that this style is called "Dragan" but I am not shore about that. I would be very happy if you could send me information how do you do that, beciause I am very amazed. Thank you in advance ....
Guest 14-Jun-2007 07:08
One world. Stunning.
Guest 07-Mar-2007 14:33
Tears to my eyes...almost.
John W. MacDonald14-Jan-2007 19:09
loved your gallery. great work.
Frank 05-Dec-2006 22:09
Enjoyed a lot!
Emre 05-Dec-2006 08:28
Hi Pam,

I am in need some info about draganization. But as I am not that experienced in PS as you are, I need some specific and detailed help. Could you pls help me with that ?

Here is my e-mail :

Thank you very much in advance..

Wendy & Larry Burke04-Nov-2006 08:55
Great Gallery , are you still using your E20 or have you upgraded yet , we still have ours .?
Guest 20-Oct-2006 12:47
Hi Pam,

As a car designer I spend feww hours a day on Photoshop, but mainly sketching. I'm totally impressed by your transformation gallery. Would you mind sharing few tips? Otherwise I'll keep trying. Portraits get so deep and dramatic. It's amazing. Mathieu
Pam R10-Oct-2006 22:57
Hi Brian,
I've sent you an e-mail...
Brian Leshak 10-Oct-2006 20:16
Hello Pam,

I'm a Coast Guard photographer. One of my supervisors pointed me to your transformation photos. I've recently been doing alot of environmental portraits. I would love to ask you a few questions about your transformation work, if you wouldn't mind sharing. Thank you for your time :) - Brian
Pam R18-Sep-2006 06:33
Hi Phat, I've sent you an e-mail...

Phat 18-Sep-2006 03:15
Pam, saw your post on dpreview that you fix a overexposed image....I need your help badly to fix a image. Can you help me? I have the raw file if you need it. Let me know.



my email is
Hina Rounaq 09-Aug-2006 09:54
superb pictures really after long i have seen such a mind blowing work
Hina Rounaq 09-Aug-2006 09:53
su[erb pictures really after long i have such mind blowing work
Romy Crain 28-May-2006 19:22
Do you create these?
If so, could you email me back?
Guest 06-Mar-2006 17:40
Beautiful gallery! Really something! Thanks for sharing!
Wendy24-Dec-2005 04:34
Wonderful gallery. One day I hope to reach your standard of p/p skills.
Thank-you for sharing your skills.
Wendy (dpreview member)
Christoph Lübbe 23-Jul-2005 18:48
Pam, your skills are breathtaking. And the fact that you are willing to share your knowledge in the dpreview forums makes you even more an admirable person. Just keep up doing this great work.
David Mattheus 24-May-2005 04:28
I LOVE you photography!.. I went to Brooks Photography School in Santa Barbara for 18 months, so I really can appreciate your work. I really like you Sand Harbor picture and I would like to see more. I lived at Sand Harbor, Lake Tahoe from 1960-1968 durning the summers. It was just an unreal place to live and I remember it like yesterday. Keep up the great work!
Guest 01-Mar-2005 09:58
I particularly like black and white pictures, and I particularly like yours. They're full of expression.
Also, your "Transformation" is amazing. Congratulation on your wonderful work.
See you around,
Best wishes,
T Paul 23-Feb-2005 18:24
Pam R,

Lovely work. I’d love to know your technique for your transformations such as what you did to achieve the results for Rebel and Seriously. If you are not a member of, I recommend that you check it out. I know the members would appreciate some of your tips.

~T Paul
John Harper 28-Jan-2005 23:27
I'm really impressed. I'm convinced Pam you are a professional advertising photographer.
You're eye is the best I have seen on Pbase. Composition and colour is excellent.
Well Done
Rick Sostaric04-Dec-2004 04:24
Your photos look great. Glad see the old E-20 still alvie and kickin'. You have a great eye. Keep up the good work.
Dan 04-Dec-2004 02:25
Pam -- I'm just stunned by the quality of your pix. I'm
a recent new E20 user -- can I ask you how many of these were
made with the E20, and in particular the Luray caverns photos
what settings you used for those? I think these shots just
prove again what a fantastic camera the old E10/E20s were...
Peter Rackham07-Nov-2004 02:07
I am very impressed with your galleries. The Photo Art and duotone images are especially tasty. You have a great eye and a great talent with which to formulate it and communicate it to us grateful viewers. Thanks!
- Peter
Sean Lensink15-Oct-2004 17:30
You have some great work here. Enjoyed stopping by. Keep it up!!
Guest 11-Jul-2004 23:34
Pam,Thank you for your comments and I do love your works very much!
Guest 06-Jul-2004 04:17
I just wanted to thank you for the kind words you left about a couple of my photos.

I really enjoyed looking through your galleries, and this one touched me the most; she looks wise beyond her years:

Guest 02-Jul-2004 11:55
I really like your Mexico gallery...nice work! Vivid colors.
Guest 10-Jun-2004 18:25
Pam, You have good instincts for capturing emotion, which allows your photos to communicate well and say so much. It would also be careless of me not to mention your B&W work. Personally, it's my favorite and you clearly have a smashingly good grasp of rich tonality, contrast and texture. Look forward to my return visit! B-Real
Don Northup08-Jul-2003 15:38
I did a search of fishboy, and found you! You are the only image that popped up for fishboy. Hmmm. Stop by RP when you get a chance. Have a great Day.