Kim Baudart
  •   "Smell, sight, hearing. Times t..."
  •   "Stop! "
  •   "Shopping Weaver"
  •   "Lonely tree"
  •   "Vervet"
  •   "Enjoying the view"
  •   "Crescent"
  •   "Looking back"
  •   "Shiny"
  •   "Shy"
  •   "Monochrome"
  •   "Evening tree"
  •   "Praying Mantis"
  •   "Black Eyed Bulbul"
  •   "Sandflower - pink"
  •   "Sandflower - yellow"
  •   "Zinkwazi Beach"
  •   "Waves"
  •   "View from The Ant Bear"
  •   "Sunset tree"
  •   "Burning Fields"
  •   "Reedbuck in Kamberg"

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 Vlad Olikov said:April 6th, 2012 (10:34pm) PDT
Kim thanks for the visit and comment on my shot, "Dragonfly". I totally agree with you, sharpness is lacking. The problem here is not only the shutter speed and focal length, but also wind.
 Peter Lessey said:April 6th, 2012 (8:17am) PDT
Hey Kim, Your comment on "Seduction" is one that I thought about when I did the first print but after showing it to a gallery that I deal with it was recommended that I leave that part in. It was released in a limited edition and all sold. It's funny how we all see different ways to compose a scene in our photography. That is why I enjoy photography as much as I do.
 Peter Lessey said:April 6th, 2012 (12:01am) PDT
Hi Kim, Thank you very much for your recent comments.
 Eva Lechner said:March 11th, 2012 (4:38am) PDT
Thanks for your comment Kim!When I capture birds and animals I focus always on the eye,that's important.The beak would be sharp if I had chosen f11 for example but then the bg would be too busy,so I decided to capture the bird with f8 and have a good separation from the bg.
 Eva Lechner said:March 11th, 2012 (4:11am) PDT
You are welcome Kim,I appreciate your comments also!
 Eva Lechner said:March 11th, 2012 (3:39am) PDT
Kim,my comment on your last pic has disappeared,strange!I wrote that I like your composition and the colors but for landscapes I prefer to close the aperture,f 11-f16 for moredepth.
 Jim Nall said:March 10th, 2012 (5:34am) PST
Kim, regarding my peanut loving Blue Jay, sometimes they fly away with TWO in their beaks!!! Not an easy capture since they are so fast and it takes hours to get a few good shots. Thanks for your comment!
 Simon Barker said:March 8th, 2012 (8:55am) PST
Kim, thanks so much for your comments on "zion rocks". I am just learning to do more with B&W, so these positive words are much appreciated. I processed that image first with Lightroom 3 and then used Nik Silver Efex Pro 2. Glad you liked it. Simon
 Mirto Fontana said:March 7th, 2012 (2:38am) PST
Hi Kim, thank you for visits and comments. Yes I fly several times with a Chessna 172.
 Eva Lechner said:March 6th, 2012 (10:14pm) PST
Kim,thank you for your comments.About "Hallstatt"there were dark clouds in the blue sky.Es hat kurz nachher geregnet und genau diese Lichtsituation habe ich gemocht und gefangen.
 Neal Handloser said:March 6th, 2012 (7:20pm) PST
Thank you for the critique and comments!
 Vlad Olikov said:March 6th, 2012 (6:03pm) PST
Thank you for your visit and comment.
 Abel Cabrera-Lozano said:March 4th, 2012 (7:26am) PST
Hey, thanks for giving me some tips, I'll definitely consider it next time I photograph something.
 Richard Gaffney said:March 4th, 2012 (7:17am) PST
Thank you for commenting.
 Eva Lechner said:March 4th, 2012 (6:26am) PST
Kim,thank a lot for your kind comments,appreciated!
 Jim Nall said:March 1st, 2012 (6:02am) PST
Hey Kim, how would you like to see one of those alligators at a local lake? LOL Try watching out for them while photographing them...LOL again.
 Doug Benner said:February 29th, 2012 (4:28pm) PST
Kim, thank you for your comment on the Opinion page explaining the technical difficulties which would be associated with a drastic change to the existing system. Those were things I did not have a good grasp on before. Thanks for the insight.
 Christie King said:February 29th, 2012 (3:47pm) PST
Kim, thank you very much for your comments on my 'John Ford's Point' image, I do appreciate it. I will admit that my eyes aren't what they used to be, but I'm having a really hard time seeing the halo that you referred to. I did have to reduce the image to a lower quality to conform to the size limitation for this site but wouldn't think that would generate halos. Either way, thanks for feedback and keep up the great work.
 Marc Bulte said:February 29th, 2012 (11:45am) PST
Thanks for commenting Kim!
 Eva Lechner said:February 29th, 2012 (10:55am) PST
Thanks for all your comments so far Kim,appreciated!
 Jim Nall said:February 26th, 2012 (1:51pm) PST
Hey Kim, thanks for checking the self-portrait out... Actually? I was looking for an excuse to ride today, since it has warmed up into the 50's F. I put my tripod, camera, etc. in the saddle bag and rode to a rural place to do the For sure, the photo was a quickie and not meant as art!
 Jim Nall said:February 26th, 2012 (9:18am) PST
Kim, I appreciate your taking the time to look at my work. Constructive criticism is appreciated. If I give you a 10, 9, 8, etc., it is because I like it. I do believe in the 'like'
 Jim Nall said:February 26th, 2012 (9:06am) PST
Kim, I do like photographing birds most. You are going to 'spoil' me by taking the time to comment on all my photos! Appreciated. LOL
 Jim Nall said:February 26th, 2012 (8:44am) PST
Thank you as well Kim. I look forward to seeing your work and getting comments on my work from you. Honesty is the best policy! Refreshing! Jim
 Jim Nall said:February 26th, 2012 (8:37am) PST
Kim, I appreciate the comment on my American Coot. I do value opinion and thank you for your honesty!
 Teo Gasparovic said:February 25th, 2012 (11:57am) PST
I appreciate constructive comment!
 Johann breiner said:February 25th, 2012 (11:26am) PST
I thank you for your nice worts in the comments ! Many greetings: Johann.
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I am a hobby photographer looking for honest opinions about my pictures, so please feel free to leave a critical comment. I'm here to learn, so don't be afraid to tell me what I could do or could have done to make my pictures better.

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