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I am envious of all the great places your photography as taken you. You have quite an eclectic collection of wonderful images to share with others how awesome our world is.
Ken, cannot believe all these years I didn't know you were such a dedicated and talented photographer. Your photography is as good as your science... and that is a big big compliment.
great work with a keen eye for what matters! Glad to know you and I look forward to many exchanges...marcia
Thanks for visiting and your comments.
I really enjoyed your abstract works!
I am awe-struck, Ken. Really beautiful work.
Hey, Ken, great stuff!
Hey, Ken, great stuff!
Thanks for taking the time to check out my galleries and leave me many kind and considered comments in the past. I have not been very active on Pbase for some time, so didn't read them in a timely fashion. But I really appreciate hearing the feedback and I wish you great voyage in your own photographic journeys!
I look on your picture and... I dream about travel. You give me the little "push" to go out with my camera and try to do only half of your work. Congratulations.
(English is a second language for me. Sorry if I am not clear)
Thanks so much for viewing my gallery & leaving a comment. Your work is beautiful - very crisp and clean. Very well executed. :) Sharon
Hi Ken, I just happened to stumble onto your breathtaking body of work. I had no idea that you were such a talented and accomplished artist. Your pictures are brimming with beauty and wonder. Many of your photos were taken at some of my favorite places in the world. After seeing your pictures I think I understand even more why I love those places. Your work is just magical. Thank you.
you're getting close to the big 500K. Where are all those hits coming from? Which galleries are the most popular?
A joy to view your works. I can only hope to achieve this type of quality and content in time.
William Von Gonten
Thanks for the comment. Looks like I have some pretty tough competition this week. Your abstractions are incredible and shows you are a thinking individual. Keep up the good work!
Keep up the fantastic work.
I just stumbled upon your gallery and your images are AMAZING! Hope all is well and continued success with your photography.
Michele from RI
Hi Ken, Thanks for the nice comments in my galleries. I like some of your recent additions. ...and a look back through some of your others. I'll be back.
Ken, I appreciate your photography and your humor! :o)
Hi Ken! I thoroughly enjoyed your galleries... what a fantastic variety of images! I've been doing the dslr thing for about a year now and have gradually become more comfortable with my composition skills and shot selection. Your galleries are a great example of the skill-set I'm trying to achieve. Thanks for your comments on my collection!
Ken, Thanks for the positive feed back on some of my work. It takes one to know one. Your work is wonderful most with a story to tell. thank you for sharing.
Ken I loved your contest subject! As I mentioned I did not enter a photo. I am new at this and I was a little perplexed by the subject. Viewing the submitted photos I really learned a lot. Right now is a very busy time at work for me and I am dieing to get out and experiment with this subject. If I werent the owner of the business Id call in sick. Ahh, but no one to call, pity me.
Ken, thanks for commenting on my Indian faces.
congrats on your 3rd place in the cultures competition...
Thanks for the comments on my pictures.
You have a remarceble collection of your own. A lot of various subjects, just like I do. You see a lot of beauty around you, always searching ...
Ken, thanks for the nice comments in my galleries. You've got a great eye for composition. I particularly liked you're street shots. Well done.
Thanks for your comments Ken I really appreciate the feedback. Also, really enjoyed browsing your galleries. You have some wonderful images.
Hello Ken,Thanks for stoping by our galleries and your encouraging comments. The joy is in being able to share that exact moment in time with someone else and for that instant,they are there also. Enjoy Life and Document!! Lisa&Ford.
Thanks for visiting my gallery u got a great inspiring collection
Thanks for your kind comments and congrats for your wonderfull compositions. Keep sharing.
you've almost caught me... You have 155,000 hits on your galleries. I have 156,000. Next week you'll be ahead... Yikes!
Ken, thanks for your comments. Actually there is nothing to show about a pinhole on any camera. You put a small hole through the body cap of the camera (the cap you put on when no lens is attached) then you prick a hole the size of the tip of a pin through a piece of very thin brass or foil, file off any burrs,tape the brass on the back of the lens cap, with the hole centered. Now you put it on the camera and you have a very undistinquished looking camera that takes pinhole images, usually blurred. People don't even know you're taking photos.
Thanks for yoru comment on my Vernal Falls shot. Your galleries have a vibrancy to them I really enjoy
Ernst van Loon
Thanks for your comments on my galleries. I especialy appreciate the critical ones, because these are not so common around Pbase!
I enjoyed your Paris galleries, your B+W shots are excellent but I think my favourite are the architectural abstracts. Very well done.
Thank you very much for your comment. Beautiful galleries! Regards, Paula
you should put your paris baker into the portrait competition...
Ken, thank you so much for commenting on my galleries.
Your travel images are fantastic. I really appreciate
the detail shots. Something I always seem to be lacking.
Too many broad, wide angle landscapes. The diversity in
your galleries keep the viewer interested. Keep up the
great work. Look forward to seeing more.
Thanks for the nice comments on my monochrome gallery. You have some great stuff yourself. Very nice.
Very good site. Thanks!!!
U have a great photo gallery!!
thanks for the comment and visit on my gallery.
Nice site. Thank you:-)
The images were captured in B&W. I found it was much better to think in B/W when capturing, rather than convert later.
Wow. I have not ever considered B&W images of scenery. Were images catured in B&W mode or converted?
When are we going to see the Paris pictures????
Ken, thanks for your comments in my gallery. It gave me a chance to see your very nice work. Your Autumnal Fluorescence gallery (as well as many others) is very nice with nice depth of colour. Thanks for sharing.
Ken I really liked your work. If I may give you some constructive feedback, I suggest that you try to give more "power" to some pictures, mainly through composition.
For example, Venice at night 040 for me is very "powerful" whereas Venice at night 030 is too symmetric, a bit "flat" if you will.
Let me know if you agree! (and feedback on my work is appreciated too! :)
I enjoyed your galleries, there were many, many excellent images. The B&W NYC was beautifully done, must have been a very clear smog free day. Saw some wonderful reflections (54258619) and landscapes (California, Colo & Wellfleet), that is not to say the rest are not remarkable.
I like the diversity of your work and your uncluttered galleries.
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Thanks for dropping by,I have enjoyed your galleries keep it up.
Your photographs are beautiful. Do you ever photograph people and celebrations for money or trade? I look foward to finding out.
Thanks for posting these imaginatively captured and thoughtfully presented galleries. It was a real pleasure to visit.
sweet ..ah italy..do you miss it already? love your pics... will be back to visit..
I've had a browse through your gallery, I think you have the willingness to experiement, eagerness to learn from others and the passion for this artform. But I can tell you need to learn a couple of lessons. First and foremost, composition! Try to develop an eye for pictures. Remember the camera sees things differently to our eyes. I suggest you get a few books on it and take pictures in B&W exclusively for a few months. The second thing you'll need to learn is how to post process your pictures better.
Most cameras tend to produce soft pictures straight out of the cameras, hence giving the photographer the flexibility to add sharpness as they desire. I recommend you look into the technique of postprocessing. Trust me, the difference is like night and day.
Drop me a line if you like to discuss this further. Both my email and guestbook are on my gallery.
nice homepage you've got!
keep up the good work
hey, time to post some new pictures...
I think the most interesting shots are the fractals. I also enjoyed lunch.
I'm glad you joined the PBase club.... Good job with the fire and ocean fractals galleries... You appear to have an affinity for the abstract...