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Playing the accordion in Brick Lane:Black and White Photo-519

Playing the accordion in Brick Lane:Black and White Photo-519

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you are very good excellent eyes for details as the ability to anticipate the action.
I like street photography and London I do believe is the best place for many wonderful photos action and the spontaneity of the people is present all the time.
I truly I have to evaluate that the equipments you have is the best you can find for professional photo.
It doesn't mean you are good for your equipment, but it helps a lot for your projects.
Again most the pictures are fantastic and is not a compliment is the truth

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  • Giuseppe
  • 17/05/2011

Bicycle Lock:Black and White Photo-627

Bicycle Lock:Black and White Photo-627

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Whos this by???

  • 28/04/2011

Playing Saxophone:Black and White Photo-629

Playing Saxophone:Black and White Photo-629

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Hi Braden
Thank you for you comment.
It is not easy to explain how I convert my photos to black and white. I use Photoshop and few plugin to create few layers and blend them into one image.
You can only use the classic technique of Dodge and Burn to do this, but if you use some of plug-in such as Nik Software, you can also bring up some texture to your image.
I hope this will answer to your question.

  • Nobuyuki Taguchi
  • 15/04/2011

This is such a great shot! Do you mind if I ask how you process your images? They almost look B&W HDR, but more subtle and less over-processed looking. It's really lovely.

Anish Kapoor's Sculpture:Black and White Photo-460

Anish Kapoor's Sculpture:Black and White Photo-460

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Hi Henri
It was taken at Anish Kapoor exhibitions in 2009, the sculpture was in the courtyard of the Royal Academy of Arts.

  • Nobuyuki Taguchi
  • 30/03/2011

Hi where in London was this photo taken??

  • henri
  • 30/03/2011

Camilla Parker Bowles and Prince William:Black and White Photo-284

Camilla Parker Bowles and Prince William:Black and White Photo-284

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I just don't like Camilla near Diana's children. I wonder how William felt

  • Qenehelo
  • 21/03/2011

BT Tower:Black and White Photo-467

BT Tower:Black and White Photo-467

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Who wants to assist donate to Japan?
It's' really sad as to what is happening in Japan, so assist donate!
Japan needs your help!

Staring:Black and White Photo-471

Staring:Black and White Photo-471

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The plural gaze intersecting; contrast between real and mirror, ego and others; gender bias typified; the moment decisive... Genius!

  • Hideyuki
  • 08/03/2011

Where was this taken? This looks exactly like my friend!

  • 27/01/2011

This picture is mesmerizing. I love the look on the girl's face and her reflection on the glass. Fantastic work!

View from the top of flat, England:Black and White Photo-314

View from the top of flat, England:Black and White Photo-314

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Stunning - wonderful composition and beautiful sky.

  • Nigel Pressnell
  • 27/02/2011

Hi Roos, thanks your comment.
If you are coming to England, you will find me there on a street. ;)

  • Nobuyuki
  • 18/08/2009

I just wanted to say that i really love you pictures!
I am from Holland and i am going to move to England and i think you really showed "England". So thanks for that.

with kind regards,

Roos Feringa

Amazing picture, so alive

  • 20/04/2009

Brilliant

  • 24/03/2009

Footprints:Black and White Photo-538

Footprints:Black and White Photo-538

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this photo is simply amazing. as a young photographer you are my idol! i took a picture like this only it was at the beach. but this one is way better than mine. you truly are my idol :)

  • Nicolette
  • 18/02/2011

18 Brewer Street, London:Black and White Photo-598

18 Brewer Street, London:Black and White Photo-598

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A wonderful frame with exceptional detail and tonality, that capture the moment perfectly. Very well observed with the motion and reflection, very much the sort of frame that tells me why I lust after the Nikkor 85mm f/1.4. Brilliant work and your portfolio is inspirational.