ExcellentPookie said:Ahh, the price you pay for art. Step ladders and cameras are a tricky proposition. Great frame.Eldar said:I´ve just been on a workshop with a fantastic photographer, Morten Krogvold. We got a number of challenges. This was my response to "The Lonely". Shot standing on a wiggly stepladder, on an icy surface, temperature -17C/-2F, very early in the morning. For those who know their Douglas Adams, there is a deep message out on the right
Here is one I took and my wife insisted I put into my portfolio. Fortunately I listened to her, this has been licensed more than once by Getty. The last licence went to IKEA... I have no idea what they plan on doing with it.
Thanks Gary & Click ! I'm hoping this will be popular in B&W. Looks good in a black frame with ivory mount.gary samples said:
Where have all the funny comments gone ! ?d4mike said:HaHaHa! That's not what I see at all, rules or no rules, but that was some funny stuff right there.
And what do you have against physically impaired female horse riding weightlifters anyway?
I'm glad you didn't flame me and saw my humor as well!
I have to admit, all I saw was the outfit and the lovely lady in the outfit, the rest is what it is. ;D
Seems some can take the humorous but truthful and on point comments, some, not so much......Sporgon said:Where have all the funny comments gone ! ?
thank you very muchClick said:
The inline forum maximum width is 750px, if you want your images to not scroll then load them up at that width or less.cid said:offtopic: there is one little thing I don't like and it's that wide pictures have to be scrolled horizontally, in same cases it completely chages the crop of image