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Inga Morozoff01-May-2010 01:07
I've completely enjoyed spending some time browsing through your work. You've got a great eye for detail! I'll be back. Best Regards, ~Inga
Laurenan23-Apr-2010 10:07
Very good job dear Glen , I Vote +++
Guest 31-Dec-2009 21:34
IT have enjoyed your images and humour.....nice work mate!
reed 04-Mar-2009 01:52
I stumbled accross your 2009 images every so often. I took in some of the photos and read you thoughts on the worker on the pole and how you turned around because the thought that you missed a shot would have haunted you. I saw an opportunity and thought about it for to long and drove by. I turned around to get the shot and had already lost the opportunity becasue the crows that were to be of utmost importance in the shot decided I was to interested in them and took off. I will be ready next time!
Guest 28-May-2008 23:37
hi Glen
have just looked at some of your photos - they are fantastic you are a real inspiration!!
Darbowski07-Feb-2008 11:04
Merci de ta visite et de tes commentaires, j'aime beaucoup ton travail et je reviendrai régulièrement visiter tes galeries !
Guest 29-Jan-2008 03:46
Nice pictures and I like your work ethic!
Guest 22-Jun-2007 05:57
This is stellar work. If I ever see you, I might just ask for your signature.
Guest 08-Mar-2007 13:44
I admit you got talent. Now I'm jealous.
Guest 27-Jul-2006 04:19
Hi Glen Thanks for your remarks about totays photo Heavenly Fire. No that's not dust in the pix. If you click on original below the pix, you will see it is a jet airliner climbing out. Thankjs again Al Lee
Guest 23-Jul-2006 23:52
Glen, at ISO 100, the 300d has very little noise or grain, even at 2 and 3 minute long exposures. The key is keeping the ISO low though, which is why the exposure had to be so long. Thanks for the comments!
Bill Warren21-Jul-2006 12:40
You are right. I forgot to say keep still when taking a long exposure self portrait. Southern Maine eh, where's the ocean in your galleries? thanks for stopping by.
Guest 24-Jun-2006 21:09
Thanks for looking at my photos. I lucked out on the wheelbarrows, although did have to crop it. You've got some great shots here. Esme
Guest 17-Aug-2005 02:17
Congratulations on your 100mm lens. I wish I had the Nikon equivalent. What I usually do is take a hotshoe flash on an extension cord, pre-focus the lens (at f/16) to maximum closeness, and then I move with the camera in the right-hand, back-to-front to focus, with my flash in the left hand appropriately lighting the subject. Of course my lens is manual focus. I don't know how well autofocus works.
Guest 11-Aug-2005 23:56
Hi Glen. Thanks for the comment! No, don't ditch your Canon gear - see what Steve does with a 20d and a 100mm lens.
Guest 02-Aug-2005 16:43
Hi Glen! Welcome aboard!
Thanks for your good comment!
I use an Heidelberg Linoscan 1400 semiprofessional scanner coupled with my G4 Mac. Please note that I always scan the negatives or slides, not the prints!
Ciao from Italy,