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I enjoyed your comments about re-discovering your love of photography. I'm going through the same thing now and am probably going to buy the Canon 70D. You made several comments about using software instead of the built in HDR feature and I also noticed that adobe seems to be your choice. Is that currently the situation? Have you found something better? Simpler? Your response would be very helpful.
Thank You, Tim Tieman
Brian K. H. Yim
No doubt that your gallery and all photos are great. Excellent :)
I looked through all the pictures in your galleries. You have special eyes in normal places. The angles where you take the pictures make any ordinary scenes extraordinary. You said it is your passion, yes, it is your gift and talent also. Thank you for sharing. I'll forward your web site to Mercy. She would appreciate it also.
I was drawn to your galleries by an image of yours that was on the front page of Pbase
Then I realised that you're a believer and I was doubly thrilled!
I'm a free church pastor from the south-west of England and was recently at the Radicalis Pastors Conference at Saddleback church. Whilst there I took a number of pictures at places you have visited, such as Redondo Beach, Newport Beach, the Getty Center, etc.
I've enjoyed my journey through your galleries and hope to return again soon. It was especially good to see the gallery of the Chinese Evangelical Free Church!
May God continue to bless you and your family.
Sincerely in Christ,
Excellent work! I enjoyed all the galleries! Thanks for posting!
By the way, is your Chinese name is Kwok Wai Wing and Mr. Peter Tse was your F2F Form-master? If so, please contact me by E-mail.
Hi, Peter. I am the president of the Girls' Choir of Wilmington. You photographed our group and have it in your Ground Zero set of photos. We have great memories of this trip and the emotions of performing at Ground Zero. Your photos are a wonderful reminder. Any chance we can post these on our Facebook page for our members to see? Thanks!
I was just admiring all of your work. I think that you are extremely talented. If you are interested in some work please contact me. My name is Rhys I am a creative director at sassoon salon in southcoast plaza. (714)556-5673
For shooting inside galleries, do you prefer the 17-55 or 17-40, and why? Thanks in advance !
Nice to meet you!
Keep up the good work. I can to look at your lens comparisons and ended up spending a long time looking at your galleries. It's inspirational to see that getting back into photography has been rewarding to you as well!
Words can't describe how impressed I am of your work.
Thanks for your kindly message in my Berlin pano gallery.
I really love your travel galleries!
I stumbled upon your pictures by chance and I'm so glad that I did.
Thank you for stopping by. I really enjoy your galleries as well and we are practically neighbors. Maybe we can go take pictures together sometimes.
Your travel galleries are great. I saved your photo galleries in my bookmark, I need to come back and spend more time to look at them. Keep up the good work!!
I enjoyed looking at all your Southern California scenery pictures. The only site missing is a trip to the Huntington Library!
I like your shots all around L.A. -- my neck of the woods too, so you've given me some good ideas. I particularly like your architecture shots.
Thanks for stopping by my Paris gallery. The shot was taken while crossing Champs Elysees (there's a little pedestrian island in the middle where you wait for green light) near the Grand Palais. I used a 70-300 lens.
Thank you for visiting my photography exercises. I'm delighted with your kind comment.
Best wishes !
Your candids are remarkable. Loved the captions also.
Peter, I'm glad you resumed your interest in photography, because it's been a pleasure to view your work. I especially enjoyed your travel photography, but it's obvious that you put a lot of care into the presentation of all of your photos, as shown by the high quality of their rendition and detail. Have added your galleries to my favorites for a return visit. Thanks for sharing your work!
Wow, you've got some great photo galleries
keep up the good work
I love your wide angle Europe pictures, especially the ones inside cathedrals with dark interior. 8 nights is indeed not enough, wish you could have taken more.
Nice album! Will check out the rest of them later!
May God richly bless you, my friend.
I'm writing on behalf of a Hong Kong educational publishing company. We would like to request for permission of the use of your photo titled "KCR Clock Tower". Would you mind telling us your e-mail address so that we can discuss in details? My e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to hearing from you soon.
maybe that "bleed" is just the wide aperture oversaturating the colors a tad
you have some striking photos. great color.
"stranger in a strange land" and "black and red" i find wonderful.
one small constructive criticism, some of your images have the slightest bit of color bleed, might want to work on that (steadier hand, quicker shutter?)
reason i found your gallery is am looking at the tamron 28-105 f2.8 lens. any and all comments you could share would be wonderful
Beautiful photos !
I'm in charge of our Marketing Department and I have a special project for which I would very much like to use 1 of your picture. It's VERY URGENT.
I look forward to hear from your. Regards.
I not only enjoyed your pictures, but also your captions. Good captions make visiting a gallery a much more rewarding experience. You have a great artistic eye.
Keep up the good work
John H UK
I like your Black and Red photos... very interesting and attractive!