Thank you to all of you who have shared your thoughts here. It's a thrill to hear from someone in a far corner of the world who has enjoyed my work. If you haven't already, take a moment to Sign the Guestbook!
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Came across this website when looking for more unusual photographs (I typed in "abstract photographers"). Love the photographs and found the info given and the tutorials useful. I would have liked to know more about you, the photographer and what lead you to this type of photography.
Your last photographs are so nice! I've already said it a few month ago: I really admire your work, I'm never tired of coming here and watch these amazing picture :) Best regards. Mylene.
Your website is full of instructions. I liked it very much. I am using Internet from 1999. It is the first time in my life that I am writing in the guest book. The feature I liked that you've also included PDFs in your website which I can read later. Thanks for all the tips. Regards, Naveed
Mark, really nice work and a really fine well set up website. Your work has an identifiable style to it: making clean compositions from undisturbed nature. Composing in color is difficult for most but you seem to see the world that way. Wishing you success and a long career, tomD
Amazing!! Your work is just the type of photography i love to look at and try to produce myself. Keep up the good work!!
I enjoyed viewing your work,..the colors are vibrant and crisp, your eye for texture is amazing and I just want to compliment your work as "one of a kind"....Keep on clicking and traveling.
Hey. Erm, I'm only 14, but really interested in Abstract Photography. I've took some pictures and showed people and they say that it looks really good. But I just wondered, what qualities you have to have to be a photographer?
Mark, we have been looking at your recent additions to your website, and we continue to marvel! Love the "Big Dunes, Snow" one, the description comparing the larger dunes and their "enormous static weight" with the smaller ones "fleeting, like choppy waves". The "Dunes, Sweeping shadows" one is striking, too, the "brutal march of the inevitable sand into the evolving landscape". As always, your descriptions are so inspiring, but the one with the "Berries, Branches" really struck us..."creativity and energy can be hidden anywhere and my job is to amplify it, to frame and interpret it, but never to capture it." Great work, Mark....and we are so proud of you! Love, Mum and Dad
Cool tips. Really appreciate it.
I haven't seen anyone else who comes as close to photo graphic. I love your work. Have you ever visited Texas?
I am so moved by your photography! I am currently attending Black Hills State University in Spearfish, SD. My professor gave us an assignment to find and present a photographer that inspires us. I will be presenting your work in my class and wanted to know how long you have been shooting photos and how you were able to do this for a living if you don't mind sharing this information. I love photography and would like to have photography as a self-supporting career! Thanks for sharing your work with the world!
I'm a beginner photographer and like you, I still use film. You have spectacular photos and I hope one day I will be able to produce photos like yours.
Hello,just a beginner. Your images do it for me. They are what I have been trying to create when I head out with my garage sale T70 and assorted FD lens poking me in the back. I'm slowly getting it and after 300.00 worth of developing costs I actually have a few that I'm proud of. Great images and they inspire me. Thanks, Mike.
You have wonderful work. I love your compositions.