Willie Nelson in black and white

 
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Willie Nelson performing at Stubb's in Austin, TX. October 2005.

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KSC is such an amazi

Kalam - Oct 13, 2015 04:31 PM EDT
KSC is such an amazing place when I was there in 1998 to watch the Sts-91 laucnh, travelled all the way from Australia, hope to go back soon to see another laucnh.Hope to see a shuttle up close one day,Damaris Thanks for a great insight of the space programColin Green
Guest - Sep 10, 2006 02:32 AM EDT
Congratulations Tage on this wonderful honor. I see that they used your black and white photo which is the one I liked most. They chose a perfect photo for the exhibit.
Guest - Sep 10, 2006 01:20 AM EDT
I was happy to hear that the picture of Willie Nelson that is displayed on lensflare has been selected for the exhibit "100 Tall Texans" at George Bush Presidential Library and Museum... http://bushlibrary.tamu.edu/exhibits/tall_texans/texan.php?id=71 Thanks, Lensflare!
Guest - Jun 29, 2006 06:24 PM EDT
Mary, sorry I missed your message, but I have been extremely busy at work and had to cut down on my photography somewhat. I have only been uploading a few pictures to my pbase gallery lately, at www.pbase.com/poppy Unfortunately I removed all my pictures from lensflare except Willy, so I have no clue what picture the guy is talking about. I recently got a request from someone that wants to use the picture of Willy at some exhibition, so it appears people really are browsing Lensflare... I will probably add more pictures later as my time permits, I will start a new job next week that perhaps allows me more time for my pictures.
Guest - Jun 29, 2006 06:18 PM EDT
Mary, sorry I missed your message, but I have been extremely busy at work and had to cut down on my photography somewhat. I have only been uploading a few pictures to my pbase gallery lately, at www.pbase.com/poppy Unfortunately I removed all my pictures from lensflare except Willy, so I have no clue what picture the guy is talking about. I recently got a request from someone that wants to use the picture of Willy at some exhibition, so it appears people really are browsing Lensflare... I will probably add more pictures later as my time permits, I will start a new job next week that perhaps allows me more time for my pictures.
Guest - Mar 04, 2006 06:33 PM EDT
Tage, what happened to all of your photos in your gallery? I went to check it out and there is only this one.
Guest - Mar 04, 2006 06:24 PM EDT
Still a great photo Tage..... Hope you catch the above message. Someone wants one of your photos.
Guest - Mar 04, 2006 06:23 PM EDT
Still a great photo Tage..... Hope you catch the above message. Someone wants one of your photos.
Guest - Feb 28, 2006 01:56 AM EDT
We have located a photograph on your website (ref p green 16935.php) which we would like to hire please can you tell me if this is possible and how much would it cost. Thank You. e.mail bar-liz@dircon.co.uk
Guest - Dec 20, 2005 06:32 PM EDT
thanks, my reflections were only me talking to myself. your site is really great, and I enjoy browsing the pictures every day. I realize there will never be a perfect scoring system, and I do not have a better idea how to do it. Maybe it would be a good idea to block people from adding points to their own pictures, but then again, there are always people that know how to get around this. Another idea would be to limit the number of pictures a person can post per day, to limit the number of uninteresting snapshots. Perhaps 3 pictures a day would be a reasonable limit. Even sites like treknature struggle with finding reasonable ways of rating pictures, but in the end it appears that people who are actively commenting other peoples pictures are the ones that get the high scores even it their own pictures are not really that great. But because commenting and giving critique can be of great value to the photographer in the end, maybe that is a good idea.
Guest - Dec 04, 2005 11:53 AM EDT
This is my favorite shot of your Willy Nelson series. As far as the scoring goes, I've tried to make it as fair as possible. People are going to abuse any system put into place. You're welcome to talk to me about it - I'm always willing to listen to suggestions. Thanks.
Guest - Dec 01, 2005 02:19 AM EDT
The color shots picked up the spotlight colors. This is more harsh and makes Willie look as old as he really is. I think it's just a matter of preference.
Guest - Nov 28, 2005 09:08 PM EDT
I like the b/w photo better. I think it shows more character and has a professional studio portrait look.About scoring, there are some "tacky" things that go on to up the scores on some of the photos. Don't let it affect how you view your own work.
Guest - Nov 28, 2005 04:32 PM EDT
thanks, Mary I decided to post this black and white picture of Willie because I like it, but also because I am curious to see how it will do compared to the other three pictures from the same event that I posted .. This picture is in my opinion better, but there is so many things that affect the score of a picture. It ticks me off to see some of the high scoring pictures that are not even good, but for some other reason get high scores. It has been my experience that on some picture websites you can get points only by being active and giving points (and useful critique, which is a good thing) to other people. On these websites a picture that is not that good can nevertheless get a high score because the owner is active and gives a lot of points to other people, who then feel obligated to return the favour even if they do not really like the picture.. I have not yet found a place where the score system is objective. Well, let us see how the black and white Willie will do... 8-)
Guest - Nov 27, 2005 03:51 PM EDT
What can I say..I love this photo of Willie...very good Tage.I look at your photo and can hear the music!

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