Images by Kipper

Images by Kipper

Lives in Canada Ontario, the Ottawa Area, Canada
Joined on Mar 6, 2011

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  • klaas-Rotterdam wrote: Btw I have never heard any complaints over Rembrandt or Monet signing of their work. Klaas: They were paid to sign their works but the Dpreview Challenges are not,...
  • When this site change was implemented, a thread appeared about the changes and I don't recollect much support for the change.  Members who submitted often were complaining that they were themselves...
  • Charlie: Someone turned the lights off in your Gallery, but I thought I glimpsed the person responsible naked in a corner. Cheers ~ Kipper
  • Klaas: Appreciate your response and if it was the perfect house I would buy it and not use that particular room (attempt at humour). In my origional post I asked "Please let me know if this...
  • Commented on Jirisan in Fall in the Large Aperture challenge

    CalBoy87:
    I gave your shot a 5.0, along with the 30th place entry. Both of your submissions were excellent for different reasons.
    Yours evoked an emotion that I would love to be able to capture,...

  • Commented on Whiskers in the Large Aperture challenge

    The clarity of your image is one of the reasons I gave you a 5.0. I would love to be able to take an image with this degree of sharpness and colour.
    30th IMHO is well below what your shot deserves...

  • Like this shot. The actual scene may not have been what the Challenge was aimed at but for me the overall shot is good, well done and you should be happy with your capture.

  • I appreciate your response to my post on this thread.I am not one who enjoys mud slinging and would normally have PM'd you. However the intent of the thread was to find out if others had a similar...
  • Replied in My response
    Sorry, lost my text. Will rewrite my response.
  • Replied in My response
  • Unfortunately it was your submission in the 'Modelling' Challenge that was "the straw that broke the camels back" and drove me to starting this thread.  Eleven entries out of seventy five had water...
  • Created discussions Why ruin your Challenge entry?
    Is just me or are there more images being submitted with watermarks and even blatant site references to photography services/professional photographers and wannabees. I just voted on 6 challenges...
  • Also known as the St. Lawrence Bridge and the Seaway Skyway, is a suspension bridge connecting Ogdensburg, New York in the United States to Johnstown, Ontario (a few kilometers east of Prescott) in Canada. Designed by Modjeski & Masters and completed in 1960, it has 6 spans and a main span of 350.75 meters (1,150.8 ft) totaling 1.5 miles across the Saint Lawrence River and Saint Lawrence Seaway.
    Placed 71st in the challenge. Also known as the St. Lawrence Bridge and the Seaway Skyway, is a suspension bridge connecting Ogdensburg, New York in the United States to Johnstown, Ontario (a few kilometers east of Prescott) in Canada. Designed by Modjeski & Masters and completed in 1960, it has 6 spans and a main span of 350.75 meters (1,150.8 ft) totaling 1.5 miles across the Saint Lawrence River and Saint Lawrence Seaway.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Fortress of Louisbourg-N.S. Canada
    Placed 43rd in the challenge.
  • Commented on Bowel of seashells in the The Beauty of Seashells challenge

    Thanks Mick, appreciate your comment and thanks to all for your positive voting.
    Cheers Mick ~ Kipper

  • Commented on Spiral shell in the The Beauty of Seashells challenge

    As I posted to ysal's entry, a wee bit more depth of field and IMHO it would have placed higher.

  • Commented on Cowry Shell in the The Beauty of Seashells challenge

    A wee bit more depth of field and this would have been a keeper.

  • Commented on Shipwreck - Full color only. challenge

    Sadly some very interesting entries to this challenge. From the small coracles to the full sized examples it is unfortunate that this is the end. I must also commend many of the entries as they...

  • Submitted a challenge entry Trapped-Air bubbles in glass
    Glass-maker's hand blown table ornament with trapped air bubbles as the unique element.  From the Miltenberg area that is known as the 'Pearl of the Main River'.
    Placed 5th in the challenge. Glass-maker's hand blown table ornament with trapped air bubbles as the unique element. From the Miltenberg area that is known as the 'Pearl of the Main River'.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Going for it...
    Placed 70th in the challenge.
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Last upload May 4, 2011