Well thank you alot! I love doing this thats for sure! And I enjoy what other people are doing too. Very cool.
Fish Creek - Gippsland - Fantastic countryside. I had a look at your gallery website - might have to get you to frame a print or two. Loved some of the works from Claire Whitney. I'm a geoscientist and I've always had an interest in the Victorian Goldfields, and spent a lot of time there. I immediately recognized that she has used the old geological maps from Ballarat and Bendigo as the backgrounds to the prints. These maps are superb cominations of art and science.
Oh wow, thankyou so much for adding me as a fave artist! Love your work, the drooping propellor image is great, and I love the techniques and treatments you give your images! I have added you as a fave artist too! :)
Thank you my friend. I feel so lucky to know you, I could never have imagined that I would have so many wonderful and talented friends. I feel very favored indeed!
Class and character - you are the just so talented and caring, and willing to share your insights. We are so fortunate to have some of your time here on IPA.
It's work like yours that keeps me striving to be better! I enjoy seeing your work on Flickr!
Hi there Dogsitter. Thanks for checking out some of my work and placing a few comments - I get a kick out of them. But so mundane compared to all your work here - so creative!
Hi there from MomentsForZen. IPA is a great source of inspiration and wonderment. Being artistically-challenged, I stick to Flickr for my postings - see the link above.
But IPA is a great source of inspiration and wonderment. To all of the artists out there - How do you even begin to conceive how you will add effects to produce such fantastic art works? No matter how it happens, I'm glad that you freely share the results with the rest of us. And also share your knowledge via the Studio Talk topics - I really get a lot out of these.
I replied to your question in the studio talk section... a bit late..
I do like the tripod holder/mount thing I have, I think it could take a small case but nothing very thick at all!
Good luck in your quest!