J4Hug

J4Hug

Lives in United Kingdom London, United Kingdom
Works as a University lecturer (Radiography)
Has a website at http://agbr.smugmug.com
Joined on Jul 2, 2004

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  • Lovely muted colours of the leaves. - so good exposure to show it all f11 enabled you to get a reasonable dof too. The lens combo is good - I wonder if Oly will bring out a x2TC for m43
  • Replied in "The Acrobat"
    Hang on in there! Good capture looks as if it was with a bit of dew on the web too!
  • A good selection! I like the crab slider lurking and the bee in flight (never easy to catch)
  • Replied in Baby Pine cones
    I took these earlier in April but have been somewhat busy since, just got round to tweaking the processing. These were the size of a little fingernail The last one is a bit over exposed for the sun ...
  • What a great selection, and I agree with others some really rare ones that are still flying.
  • Replied in Lofoten
    Hi Dennis, I went with Tom Mackie (http://www.tommackie.com/) small group and good fun. Excellent company. I learnt a lot from everyone and surprisingly I wasn't the only one (of 5 of us) with an EM1!
  • Hi I have invested in a Lee Big stopper and am trying to use it as much as possible. this 140 sec exposure taken yesterday was one of my first experiments with the Big Stopper from Lee, it ...
  • Replied in Oregon coast
    I really like the sunset!
  • Replied in Crowded beach
    That's my kind of beach! - deserted.
  • Replied in Spring ..
    I like the contrast with the black background Sergey. It emphasises the blossum
  • Replied in Cuban Farmer
    This is a nice portrait Brad. The first (Sepia) has a timeless quality to it that I prefer. The skin tones and suppressed contrast suits the subject. I would if you could suppress the wall behind ...
  • Replied in Good reportage!
    A really dramatic series. So much for the shell! turtle soup in seconds!
  • Replied in A crowded life
    Yes! No breakfast on the balcony! I prefer to have my feet on the ground. There is a good compression effect in this and the multiple uniform windows contribute t5o the claustrophobic effect. Nice ...
  • Replied in Something blue..
    A stormy weekend. Luckily there was moonlight last weekend. The sea was churning and the wind was phenomenal! This was a moonlight image, tripod and live time exposure (60 secs) (sorry a coloured ...
  • Replied in fishing nets
    I agree Lou, much better enlarged, there are interesting patterns there.
  • It looks quite HDR without the colour. However the level of detail and , to me the level of interest is good
  • I agree, it is interesting! and the text helps the story. Interesting architecture of a house with what would have been an imposing position and view no doubt. Your processing looks a little harsh ...
  • Thanks Erich Yes I used the Live time image buildup it was my first foray with that ...... and I used my finger rather than a release too - and had IS on when on a tripod - so broke all the rules! ...
  • Replied in Nice!!
    Thanks Sergey & Larry Thanks for the uploading hint too, however dpreview doesn't like smugmug images I think as it doesn't recognise them as jpegs (or I am loading incorrectly from Lightroom to ...
  • EM1 using live time(a breeze to use) http://agbr.smugmug.com/Landscapes/Waters-edge/Pagham-beach-Jan-2014/i-MBNgjGx/A I haven't been here for a while so will need to refresh my knowledge on ...
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