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Geisha Trainees - Kyoto
08/18/2009 09:53:24 AM
Geisha Trainees - Kyoto
by TomMMD

Comment by Germaine:
Classic travel shot. Nice capture.
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Geisha Trainees - Kyoto
08/18/2009 09:19:05 AM
Geisha Trainees - Kyoto
by TomMMD

Comment by citymars:
Nice slice-of-life photo, a real glimpse into a culture that is different from my own.
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Eagle Scotching Fish
05/30/2009 06:59:53 AM
Eagle Scotching Fish
by TomMMD

Comment by crissya:
That is such a cool photo! Lucky you for being in a great place to get such great captures! :O)

Message edited by author 2009-05-30 07:01:37.
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Black Skimmers V
02/17/2009 06:32:17 PM
Black Skimmers V
by TomMMD

Comment by scooter97:
This has a nice 'Painterly' look and feel to it.
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White Ibis Roosting on Tree
02/17/2009 06:31:33 PM
White Ibis Roosting on Tree
by TomMMD

Comment by scooter97:
Pretty cool composition with good colors. I think these might be White Ibis.
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Chateau Chenonceau
02/05/2008 05:02:54 PM
Chateau Chenonceau
by TomMMD

Comment by signal2noise:
Tom, this is a fantastic shot. A rather impressive view of a beautiful chateau and the rower in the shot gives it a necessary life.
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Bicycle and Orange Wall
11/03/2007 11:35:18 AM
Bicycle and Orange Wall
by TomMMD

Comment by twmax:
I like the colors, and composition. There are two simple things that would improve this photo a lot. First, I would rotate it CCW to straighten the walls. Viewed from any angle, vertical lines are always vertical. Of course wide angle lens will distort those lines, but in opposite directions. The second thing I would do would be to crop it a little to eliminate the other buildings.

Looking at your camera settings, I was wondering if you used a tripod to take this photo. 1/80th of a second is a little slow for hand held. Since you didn't need a lot of depth of field for this shot, I think I would have opened the aperture a couple of stops, and used 1/125th of a second for the shutter speed.
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El Alhambra Window
06/27/2007 07:15:26 PM
El Alhambra Window
by TomMMD

Comment by BAMartin:
I have been to this palace and it is a treasure trove of photographic possibilities. it is very hard to take a photo out of a window and have both the inside and outside exposed properly. Nicely done. I also like the angle you have chosen to use. much more interesting than a straight on shot.
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Andalucia Wall
10/13/2006 09:16:19 AM
Andalucia Wall
by TomMMD

Comment by pamelasue:
really love the composition here ... and would really like to see this in color ... nice job
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Downstairs Restaurant
10/13/2006 09:13:30 AM
Downstairs Restaurant
by TomMMD

Comment by pamelasue:
absolutely adorable storefront ... great colors and photo composition ... I think that a circular polarizer would have helped to reduce the window glare and reflections though, as they're a bit distracting ...
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