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Hi Chuck, just want to say thank you for judging the State College Photo Contest. Your critiques were terrific – I learned quite a lot of things about composition I hadn't considered before. - Patti (fisheye server, borage flowers 2nd place)
Hi Chuck, would love to see some photos of Shotwell covered Bridge in Salem, Alabama on your web site. Those photo's are awesome! Barb
Ron Lutz II
Very nice work. I especially enjoy your shots of PA.
Anytime I need inspiration or just want to see visually stunning images, I can come to your galleries! Infrared gallery is a special delight since fewer photogs work in it, but all your work is a lesson in how it can be done.
This is Tim ODonnell, I posted the request about focal length. Thank you so much Chuck. The information that you were willing to share helped out a lot. I am very impressed with the response I have received from everyone. With this information I will be purchasing a 2.6 converter and the appropriate adapter. Hopefully I will get some wonderful and long lasting memories of my trip to Africa. It there is ever anything I can do to help you please do not hesitate to ask. I am deeply grateful to you and the others.
I really like some of your bank shots.
I have been reading your comments from time to time on the Leica Digital, and also Scott Dommin's, and lately David Haynes. I'm very seriously considering getting the D2, but the wonderful pictures I see from you guys do not have any close up portrait types, and I really would like to see how the camera does with a face or a portrait and how it handles the tonal values of skin. Do you have anything that you could send to me that would show me what this camera can do with portraits? I would much appreciate seeing it. Thanks so much! Ganny
I love the flower shots. The reflection of the courthouse in the window with flowers is great. I also like the pictures of the older homes. Although, black and white is something I usually don't look at, your photos really drew the eye and made me think.
Thanks, I enjoy your work!
Some nice images here.
Laurence / J2
......God bless!!! :-)