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Peepeye Photography , June 10, 2004; 02:57 A.M.

Your portfolio

Your four wheeling photo looks like a lot of fun out playing in the mud. I haven't done that in a long time. I also really like the trees photographs. I appreciate your critique on my "Bound" piece.

You have some nice looking work in here.

Asim H. , June 12, 2004; 05:27 P.M.

thanks for the comments! i think taking pics of the rovering is a tad more fun then actually riding in the trucks (especially when there is water seeping in!

Pradeep Raghunathan , June 12, 2004; 11:49 P.M.

hmmmmm

a very different portfolio indeed, i see that u like black and whites. the panoramic shot seems with lots of artifacts though. cheers and happy shooting!

p.s. i like it that u shoot with a G3, i have a G2 ;)

Arvind Bhandari , June 14, 2004; 01:49 A.M.

Some

Really nice B&W pics you have!!! Thanks for your comment and suggestion on my picture "On A Bridge"...I've a B&W version of the same pic in the same folder.

Asim H. , June 14, 2004; 07:38 P.M.

thanks for the comments pradeep and arvind. Pradeep - that panoramic shows artifact on the folder display. it shouldn't when you click on it (at least when i click on it). granted it was a crop from a full 35mm frame and compressed as jpg. but on the folder view, definitely it screws up.

Arun Ramachandran , June 21, 2004; 12:53 P.M.

Black and White

Asim, your b/w work is really good. I'm actually getting inspired to experiment more in the mono world now. Hope to see more of your work!

Thanks for leaving your comments on my pictures. Greatly appreciated. You will probably start seeing more b/w in my folders :)

Arun Ramachandran , June 23, 2004; 10:35 P.M.

B&W

I noted your comment on one of my pictures. Actually I couldn't agree with you more on when to go black and white. I use a film camera and havent yet explored with slide film yet. But the whole process of getting the film developed in a good lab and getting it scanned to a great extent steals off a lot of quality especially colors. Most times even a low resolution digital camera looks better on the web than the scanned film. So its either a digital cam/PS to the color rescue...or go mono (atleast for the purpose of web publishing)!!

Suchitra Vijayan , June 28, 2004; 05:28 P.M.

I like your Portfolio , and The american wedding is interesting, I am a black and white Girl so i would like to see more pictures in your folder.

Asim H. , June 29, 2004; 01:33 A.M.

thanks for stopping by, suchitra. as much as i like b&w, all these shots come from colored slides/negative film. only thing better than a b&w image on the computer is a color slide viewed through a light box. now if i could only afford to use Agfa Scala b&w slide film, that'd be great!

Suchitra Vijayan , July 01, 2004; 07:19 P.M.

"A" scala , is great !! Never used one but for now I contend with Illford and sometimes Jessops B/w...who ever said being a student was fun ?? But either ways get more pictures in I cant wait to see your collection grow :) before I forget thanks for your comments.

Isaac Madera , June 12, 2005; 02:11 P.M.

Nice portfolio!!!!

Heather Nall , November 22, 2006; 11:02 A.M.

I like the tree-lined road best. The composition and mood are really striking. Thanks for telling me about your folio, it's gravy! ^_^

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