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INSPIRING. JUST INSPIRING. I ADORE THE PHOTOGRAPHS ON THIS WEBSITE.
Every time I visit your galleries there are new photographs. I'm still passing the word to those I think might be interested in your work.
I am really interested in your work , i am studying photography now and the work is kinda hard :) but the taking pictures part i love and your a real inspiration as i am into the sort of photography you do. i am 16 and hope for some tips for the future if you can please! thanks great work.
Very inspirational. thank you.
You have a very informative blog. Cheers and Thank you.
WOW!! Your work is an inspiration. Just looking through your galleries gave me goosebumps over and over. Thank you for the tips and for simplifying aperture for me, it's something I have always battled with. Can't wait to go experiment!!
Thank you !
I'm a photography student and have been interested in macro and abstract photography. Came across your website in my searches and I'm intrigued and inspired by a lot of your work. Really enjoy it.
Art is, a true discovery, seeing things with different eyes! Thanks for sharing.
Hi Mark. I came across your wonderful website today and just wanted to say that your "ARTWORK" is fantastic. I love to take abstract photos, nature and wildlife photos, and well, just photos in general. I always have my camera (Nikon D60 w/200mm lens) and monopod with me. It's amazing the images you can catch when least expecting it! I usually get more photojournalistic shots (which I love more than anything I think) in my small town where a lot seems to happen, but I would love to do what you do. Keep up the beautiful work!
You have been the biggest inspiration to me. I have read books on photography, taken classes and to date my biggest worry has been,what I call, developing my "cat eye". This is what I call a photographers eye. What to photograph and how. I took a local photographers class, he showed us some of his stuff, it was pretty and stuff that I passed every day and would never have thought to photograph. I see a hole or ant hill and want to photograph that. Your photography showed me that the cat eye that I thought I had to develop, I had all the time. My own preception of the world, not anyone elses. I don't think like others and that's ok. Once I learn to take photo's like a pro, that's what will make my photo's special and that's just fine. After going through your galleries I was inspired to go out and spend several days in my own community shooting the things that I saw through my own "cat eye". I have studied many photogrophers work but you are, for me, by far the MOST inspirational. Thank you for sharing your gift and perspective with us. Annette
Hi Mark, I recently discovered your work and love everything I've seen. I just began my photographic journey in January and your work is really inspiring. I'd love to know which photographers you admire and find inspiring.
I'm very impressed to your work. I like your all photos. My best wishes for u n your family ... bye sir, be happy
Your photos are breathtaking! I hope that some day I can put as much feeling into my work as you do. You have truly inspired me.
I really Love your subject matter. I Just Started getting into abstract type shooting and i really like it. I also always loves shooting odd, random things you see every day, but when you see it in a picture i have had people say... "i walk by this every day and iv never seen it like this". I love that, guess you just have to have the eye. Great work tho man i really enjoyed it. -Greg.