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Some nice-looking food and atmosphere you've captured down there in Amish country, Brian. 

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Was also looking at the food shots, Food and Cooking tab nice images, for what it's worth from a non-pro.  I've done some and know how much time it takes to set those up, lighting angles and all that, wouldn't want to do those all the time not easy.

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I think you know your way around a camera and shooting good stock.  As someone who likes to shoot food too, you have some beautiful food shots!

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Brian,

 

Image R4MEED is outstanding, I know that road and had always hoped to make images of Amish country when

I lived in PA, but R4MEED is better than I could have ever done.  Like your work a lot.

 

Best,

 

Chuck

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4 hours ago, Chuck Nacke said:

Brian,

 

Image R4MEED is outstanding, I know that road and had always hoped to make images of Amish country when

I lived in PA, but R4MEED is better that I could have ever done.  Like your work a lot.

 

Best,

 

Chuck

 

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and what all the others said.

 

wim

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Hi Brian,

Great portfolio! Very graphic pictures that often tell a story.

 

As I like to be different, and at the risk of being unpopular, hah!, some of your photos seem underexposed. Maybe this is a style you're going for? For example:

 

Church Steeple, Newfane, Vermont, USA - Stock Image

 

The Unisphere, Flushing Meadows–Corona Park, Queens, New York, USA. An iconic monument located in the Borough of - Stock Image

 
Ricketts Glen State Park, Benton, Pennsylvania, USA - Stock Image
Adams Falls, Ricketts Glen State Park, Benton, Pennsylvania, USA - Stock Image
 
But overall great portfolio, #jealous!
Steve
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Brian thank you for sharing.

 

Such good photography.

A very strong sense of place, Illustrating the Amish people respectfully.

Food pictures are so natural.

 

It would be wrong of me to not mention the caption of Image ID: DGF4DC says City of Bath, Gloucestershire, England, the county is Somerset not Gloucestershire, I looked through a lot of pictures before I stumbled on that!.

 

 

James

 

 

 

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Thank you all for the very kind words!

 

Steve F. , your thoughts about the exposure of those images are really interesting.  I'm going to see if I can re-shoot and/or reprocess in a different way. 

 

And James, the confusing of Gloucestershire and Somerset is just the sort of keywording mistake I rarely catch. I'll fix it (and look for more) when I'm back at my desk.

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Love what you did with laundry drying on the line 

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Pennsylvania

On 24/09/2019 at 07:47, Brian Yarvin said:

Thank you all for the very kind words!

 

Steve F. , your thoughts about the exposure of those images are really interesting.  I'm going to see if I can re-shoot and/or reprocess in a different way. 

 

And James, the confusing of Gloucestershire and Somerset is just the sort of keywording mistake I rarely catch. I'll fix it (and look for more) when I'm back at my desk.

 

 

Nope nothing wrong with those photos I'd say.

 

However I'd get in the habit of adding United States of America, US,  as well as USA etc

 

and whaatch those spolling errors I came a cross a few 🤔

 

Keyword on this one is "pennylvania" should it be Pennsylvania?

Image ID: KEY9XX

 

typical street with porches, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA Stock Photo

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You've captured your locality beautifully.  I greatly admire quirky and FBYR5A does it for me.

 

You maybe want a gentle look to your photos, in keeping wit the subject matter, but I'm wondering if some of them could do with being a bit more brash, with a tad more brightness, contrast and saturation?  But that's possibly just me displaying bad taste 😉

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Once again, I've got some people to thank. These are interesting and helpful comments.

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