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Dark is not your enemy. Enemy is hidden in the dark!

Nikon D80 with:
Nikkor AF-S DX 18-200 mm f/3,5-5,6G VR IF-ED
Nikkor AF 50 mm f/1,8D
Sigma 70 mm f/2.8 EX DG MACRO
Sigma 10-20 mm f/4-5.6 EX DC HSM

Sony Mavica MVC-CD500

Comments 62

  • Richard Scheuerecker 17/11/2012 9:09

    Servus Tom,

    Tolle Bilder zeigst du von da unten. Leider reicht mein Englisch nicht für eine Unterhaltung.

    Greetings from Bavaria, Rich
  • Claudia Pelzer 12/12/2010 12:46

    Hi Tom,
    I stepped over your pictures by chance and I'm impressed about the beautiful NZ landscapes you are showing and their quality. I have been to NZ twice so far and fell in love with the country and its gorgeous nature. I wil definitely visit your site again.
    greetings from Germany, Claudia
  • nbkt 29/10/2010 0:01

    hey, thanks for the comment. maybe you want to help me improve my technique :) always happy to learn new stuff

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    nr. 13 - ___I
  • Arin 28/09/2010 11:47

    Haha Tom, am I on the right or on the wrong place now???
  • Arin 17/09/2010 2:23

    Haha, hi Tom - thanks' for your comment! I was tempted to explain right under the photo that this is probably the only photo in my collection with a horizon in the middle and also the way leading right into the middle. But you didn't think I haven't thought about that, hey? Try - when I move the horizon up on the upper 2/3 line the whole pic loses depth, the same happens when I move the horizon towards the lower 2/3 line. This pic need the long way and also the sky, I don't want to cut one of them. I think it has to be exactly as it is to have the depth I wanted to show. Haha, I'm still laughing that you tell me about horizons blabla... that's usually my first criticism when I look around here in other peoples pics. Funny, but thank's. Wish you where here and we could "discuss" this subject... ;))))
    Cheers Annett
  • michel Baugé photo 12/08/2010 21:52

    I have just discovered your gallery which is a pure marvel, you have a great deal of talent, I simply wanted to say it to you
  • Arin 08/08/2010 10:00

    Hi! Thank's! To be honest I was almost happy to have found something I would have done differently - your photos are just great and I wish I could keep up with your level. I really like your style and your feeling for good shots. Yes and I wish too, that there would be more people around who dare to speak out loud their own vision about a photo, it's not about talking bad, it's about growing, trying to compare different opinions, to develop knowledge and a feeling for photography, to find a style. It is quite boring when you have 20 people writing "well done, nice pic". In this way - hope to see and hear more from you! I appreciate your opinion!
    Cheers Annett
  • Astrix 15/07/2009 21:38

    Hey hey,
    thanks for the comment man...By the way, saw your photos from NZ on facebook! Hell, how I wish I was there too...Maybe next time, but gorgeous pictures, really..you've done a good job there!
    Take care!
  • Monteen McCord 20/05/2009 22:15

    My friend, it is good to hear from you....m.
  • Monteen McCord 18/05/2009 22:29

    I haven't been on your page in a while. You have added to your gallery with BEAUTIFUL work!!!
  • Maurice Mercier 03/12/2008 23:48

    Your fotos are very special - for me !
    Your eyes are wide open.
    I hope to see more of that fantastic shots.
    Nice greetings of - Maurice
    " Mohntropfen "
    " Mohntropfen "
    Maurice Mercier
  • Brian Cathie 10/09/2008 23:03

    You have a fantastic gallery, the macro shots are stunning. I would be all night commenting on each photo :-)
  • archiek 20/05/2008 4:26

    Dark does not exist... it is but the absence of light.
    As a photographer, I need only master the light.
    Your photos show that you are well on your way to being the master. Impressive work. -archie
  • Astrix 12/05/2008 2:30

    a bit too late :-) however, thanks a lot for the comment :-)


    P.S. Yeah, me too busy lately :-(

    Colours of Venice
    Colours of Venice
  • Antonia L 01/04/2008 21:36

    Thank you very much for your kind comment. I really appreciate it!

    Best regards, Antonia
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