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Guest 23-Apr-2010 12:52
Hi! I love your photo of Patapsco River looking west. I teach at Towson and I'm starting a small press there called Patapsco Valley Press. Would you mind if I use this photo on our Facebook community page? (See Patapsco Valley Press on Facebook)
John Kenney 22-Jul-2008 01:52

I'm with the Coast Guard in Charleston, SC and would like your permission to use your panoramic picture on our website. Please let me know if this would be alright with you.
Guest 23-Jun-2007 05:06
One world. Stunning.
Guest 08-Mar-2007 07:19
In awe.
Martin 16-Dec-2006 04:53
Hi Eric...

I have a Sony F707 and i am looking to buy the Panoraurus.... i googled "f707" and "panosaurus" and came upon your problem with it.. did you ever fix it and do you recommend it ? It would help a lot if you give me just a thunbs up or down!!!
Arnis 23-Aug-2006 14:52
You have a great web site.
Thank you.
Debbie B.14-Aug-2006 15:11
Thank you for you comments on my Yosemite gallery. PS is not my strong suit..obviously. I need to learn how to isolate the areas I need to fix. I better get into the "layer mask" section of my CS2 manual. :-)
jaap ketel 14-Aug-2006 09:42
We like your pictures of Baltimore Harbor so much, that we want to use these for a conference announcement.

Can you E-mail the full size two night photos of the port to the following E-mail address:
Richard 10-Jul-2006 01:15
You have a great web site!!!
Günter Borgemeister30-Dec-2005 08:27
Thanks for your kind comments on my galleries.
Best wishes for you and a very happy new year!
Guest 28-Jun-2005 16:15
"Cats lead to fear... fear leads to anger... anger leads to hate... hate leads to book deals... and that's why there are so many cat books."

Eric best qoute I ever read on pbase for sure. Can I use that on my site. I would qoute you of course.
Clayton Esterson30-May-2005 05:51
Thanks for your encouraging words on my Wallpaper gallery. I like panoramas (I've posted a few meself) so I appreciate the high resolution scenery. We used to live near Baltimore, so some of your pics takes me back to those old days.
Keep on clicking,
Jayson Gomes24-May-2005 23:55
Sorry I couldn't resist copying it. Nice gallery. Big fan of the Baltimore photos.
Guest 08-May-2005 05:33
Thanks for stopping by my galleries and signing my guestbook. Take care.
Peter Hollinger04-Feb-2005 02:39
Thanks for visiting, Eric. About , I did mean more intense than the eye can see. The human eye loses color vision in dim light (the monochrome 'rods' are more sensitive than the color 'cones'). To the naked eye, these aurorae looked more white (or gray) than green. But the time exposure in the camera brought out the real color. I know there can be much brighter shows after solar storms -- I've seen some fantastic galleries here on PBase.
Guest 24-Jan-2005 02:53
sup? Nice landscape photog dude, wish I had your eye for that =)

btw, all those uhh car shots were taken handheld without a tripod. With the right shutter speed, car speed & a smooth panning motion that keeps up with the car all the time is how I achieve the effect =)
Derek von Briesen15-Dec-2004 21:43
regarding image

you have an observant technical eye my friend (and i have used both techniques on other images) but in this case, 'twas done in a single shot: 2 stop GND filter for exposure and an extremely sharp, close focusing canon 17-40 f/4L set at f22 for maximun depth of field.
Linda 22-Oct-2004 12:32
This is a really nice website, and your pictures are AWESOME!
Guest 08-Sep-2004 19:59
I saw your viaduct pic Eric, and its very good. I've only ever seen about three of these in my life. The one in my pictures is actually in my town, in the countrypark. Apparently during its construction one or two of the arches temporarly collapsed. Anyway, keep up the good work!
christy(your sister) 28-Aug-2004 00:35
great pictures from the wedding. I liked the tie you wore:)
paul yung29-Mar-2004 23:25
Thanks for visiting my web site. That image is a low quality images taken with a canon S50. The sky belongs to a photo from Florida. The Mac joint is at a plaza in San Diego. Other than adjusting color-saturation, and the cures in photoshop there is nothing done to it. That is an accidental picture. The picture I took yesterday in mexico is intended, please do visit that gallery.
Marisa Livet18-Feb-2004 13:35
Thank you for visiting my galleries and for noticing one of the picture I had more fun in taking, the "Little gentle witch's home", really the house looks like that, I simply added the broom and some little decorations!
Best regards