Paul Crockett
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  •   "Cockatiel"
  •   "Gila Monster"
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  •   "White Egret Flying"
  •   "Downy Woodpecker"
  •   "Congo African Grey"
  •   "The Rocky River"
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 Tim Butler said:October 12th, 2012 (10:48am) PDT
Welcome back and sorry about your family member. I hope everything worked out for the best.
 Alberto Carati said:July 10th, 2012 (1:44am) PDT
I appreciate your photos, all my compliments.
 Mim Eisenberg said:May 13th, 2012 (6:56am) PDT
Thanks for dropping by with your nice note, Paul.
 Lorenzo Cassina said:May 6th, 2012 (8:17pm) PDT
Thank you Paul for commenting on my "Red-shouldered Hawk." Greatly appreciated! Lorenzo
 piet flour said:April 25th, 2012 (10:54pm) PDT
1000 txs Paul for your wonderful words of support, really appreciated
 Michael D. Friedman said:April 18th, 2012 (8:22am) PDT
Thanks very much for your visit and comments, Paul. I truly appreciate your support!
 Andrey said:April 17th, 2012 (9:13pm) PDT
I am very grateful for a response, thank you , Paul. (it was snow, not rain :-) )
 Richard Gaffney said:April 11th, 2012 (5:35am) PDT
Thank you very much for commenting on my image.
 Michael D. Friedman said:April 5th, 2012 (8:16am) PDT
Thanks very much for your comments on 'Cat Boats,' Paul. I like the soft-focus of the background giving it a 'painterly' look.
 Kim Baudart said:April 5th, 2012 (3:36am) PDT
Thanks for the visit and the very constructive comments. It's comments like that I am looking for, pointing out what is good and how it could be better. They are very much appreciated.
 pandora said:March 30th, 2012 (4:10am) PDT
you are welcome, paul :o) no problem with the file. love your abbility to criticize and react on critiques. i very much appreciate!
 Michael del Pilar said:March 26th, 2012 (2:00pm) PDT
Thank you, Paul, for your visit and comments. Your observation on the sky in my 'sculpture' shot was accurate. Other people have made the same suggestion. I don't have Photoshop but I believe it was a 'hightlight' issue that I failed to address. I love this forum because it enables me to receive constructive advice such as yours which helps me to improve. Appreciate you stopping by.
 Michael D. Friedman said:March 26th, 2012 (8:06am) PDT
Your visit and comments are much appreciated, Paul.
 mitsu miya said:March 26th, 2012 (3:38am) PDT
Thank you for your kind visit and your kind comments. :)
 Peter Lessey said:March 23rd, 2012 (6:42am) PDT
Hi Paul, Thank you very much for your encourageing comment on my work "I Wonder".
 Michael D. Friedman said:March 22nd, 2012 (8:01am) PDT
Thanks for your visit and kind comments, Paul.
 Andrea Marcantonio said:March 21st, 2012 (2:54pm) PDT
Paul thanks so much for your comment! I'm very happy that you like my work :)
 Dayne Reast said:March 20th, 2012 (11:19am) PDT
Thanks for you comments, and pointing out 'Imagine' by Jorge Maia. I already had that on my favs!^)
 Michael D. Friedman said:March 13th, 2012 (8:19am) PDT
Thanks for your comments on 'Speed Graphic' Paul. Many of the older cameras were beautifully crafted but I don't think many of us would want nor have the skills and patience to return to those days.
 roblfc1892 said:March 7th, 2012 (11:00am) PST
attitude photo - grain was not added...
 Doug Benner said:March 6th, 2012 (10:59am) PST
Paul, thank you for your comment on Sunrise Redux. I appreciate it. When I enter a contest I am tempted to lie about the cameras I use (but I never do) because judges sometimes have a bias (perhaps unconscious) toward the type of camera used. I also have some shots posted take with my non-DSLR's (G11 and SX40) which I'm happy with.
 peterj said:February 29th, 2012 (8:13am) PST
Thank you for your kind comment, I greatly appreciate it.
 Michael D. Friedman said:February 27th, 2012 (1:11pm) PST
Thanks very much for that info, Paul. I'm impressed that you can repair these - it must take great concentration! I was curious about the value but it doesn't really matter because I hope it will stay in the family for a few more generations.
 Johann Scheiber said:February 27th, 2012 (11:25am) PST
..thanks Pul for commenting... but a friend out from here, Marc Bulte, told me that the leading actor in my ”inside-outside_1” picture is a gallinule and not a duck..nice evening... next day I will come back for visiting
 Michael D. Friedman said:February 27th, 2012 (10:50am) PST
Thanks for you visit and comments about my grandfather's pocket watch. Would you have any idea of it's value? The crystal is cracked but it keeps excellent time!
 James Webeck said:February 26th, 2012 (7:48pm) PST
G'day Paul, re "under the bridge" there is no excess noise in the raw file. I do resize to 900px on the longest side prior to upload so maybe thats an issue. Pleased you like it, thanks for your support!
 David Galdino said:February 26th, 2012 (7:01pm) PST
Hey Paul,thank u so much for your comment..hugs!!
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