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sinan niyazi kutsal , December 01, 2010; 09:56 A.M.

thank you

thank you terry for your comment.

John J , December 20, 2010; 09:27 A.M.

Love the color and emotion in your photos awesome!!  


John j

Linda McLellan , April 13, 2011; 04:02 P.M.

Terry, I like your philosophy. Lots of cool images here, and I'm sure the bands really appreciate the photos, and your support!

Lombard Bruno , April 18, 2011; 05:21 A.M.

Great concept the one you are dedicated to Terry !

I used to be a classical viola player and I do appreciate your work and idea very much !


Thank you !




paul langereis , April 21, 2011; 09:52 P.M.

Hi Terry.  I had to take a look at your portfolio more closely, and I had time, so I did just that.  Some very amazing shots here.  You really know how to capture the raw energy that musicians must feel when they are performing.  I would also like to thank you again for dropping by my humble space in Photo.net.  Take care, and all the best.


Sadegh Miri , April 22, 2011; 01:34 P.M.

Hi Terry,

Thank you very much for your comment on my portfolio, you have very interesting pictures of different bands in your collection.


Best regards Sadegh

John Galyon , April 24, 2011; 01:34 A.M.

Terry,  Your recent visits to my portfolio introduced us...but it was your photographs that drew me here. I read your bio and the part about your wife buying you a painting of Neil Young brought a smile to my face.  I'm an absolutely huge fan of the man...and have been since the late '60's/early '70s.  I wasn't fortunate enough to have seen him when he was with Crosby, Stills, and Nash...and still haven't seem him with Crazy Horse, but who knows...maybe I'll still get the chance!  Like you...I don't do the "big concert" gigs any more.  Not only are they too expensive, but the atmosphere just isn't the same as it was "back in the day".  My first concert experience was Steppenwolf at the Civic Coliseum in Knoxville in 1968, and I suppose my last was a James Taylor concert at Starwood Ampitheatre in Nashville in the late '90s.  Anyway...I think it's great that you photograph the local music scene and that as Linda said, you're so supportive of...and giving to them.   I look forward to keeping the dialogue going and getting to know you.  Regards,  John

Catherine S , April 24, 2011; 08:23 A.M.

Thank you for your recent comment on my BW digital design piece, "AM 3".

I find your work interesting. Capturing the various subjects as they perform creates a gallery of similar yet very diversified works simultaneously. I haven't seen this type of collection before....solely based on artists' performances. I find this refreshing and new. Best, C

John Galyon , April 24, 2011; 01:52 P.M.

Terry, Reading your note...it seems we have some similar tastes in music.  I was a big Grand Funk fan, and love Dylan.  I've missed several opportunities to see him and every time I think about it I could kick myself.  The last time I missed him he played here in Chattanooga with Willie Nelson (maybe 5 or 6 years ago).  The concert was at Bellsouth Park, the local minor league ball park.  Torential rains were forecast for concert time and I decided I just wasn't up to being drenched.  I picked my wife up from work that day, and our route home takes us right next to the park...so close that you could almost spit and hit it. As we drive by ...it is indeed pouring rain by the buckets full...and I was able to see and hear Dylan under the stage cover, along side Willie. All I could think about at that moment was what a great moment I had missed. Can you imagine...sitting there in a driving rain storm with Dylan? It would have been the best concert story I could have ever passed on to my grand kids...but I got all "old man"...and screwed myself out of one great time.  If he ever comes here again...I won't make the same mistake! ;)

Terry Pittman , April 24, 2011; 11:28 P.M.

John, my favorite rainy story was when my son was around 12 he sat on my shoulders in the rain at sunset then it stopped and he introduced me to Metallica who I now love.

Randall Farhy , April 25, 2011; 10:39 A.M.

Terry, thank you for your comments. Quite an interesting collection of work you have here, keep up the good work!

Saadi Kawkji , May 23, 2011; 04:17 P.M.


Hello Terry, thanks for your comments on my portfolio, I found you have the largest concert portrait collection on photo.net :) amazing colors and actions... looking forward to see more...

Best Regards, Saadi

Luis Triguez , June 13, 2013; 04:42 A.M.


Hi Terry! I had not seen your kind comment on my portfolio. Thank you very much. The admiration is mutual

nebojsa tasic , March 05, 2014; 01:38 P.M.

HI Terry,

You have a great portfolio and I like your point of view!!!!
All the best!!!


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