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Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by raster, Mar 22, 2006.
Here's my site of photography, I'd appreciate any feed back.
great stuff. your site isn't my favorite, but the photos make it worthwhile. keep it up
I like the photos. They are very nice indeed.
However, you managed to hit two of my pet peeves when it comes to websites. First, on your "digital art" page, you have text as a graphic - and a grainy wierd font at that. Second, when I am browsing through a portfolio, I can't stand it when the "next" button moves around so that I have to keep moving my mouse to hit the damn button. It irritates me to no end.
Mind you, my website stinks and my design is bland as all get out, so I am not an expert by amy means.
Thats some really good stuff there you should try and sell prints of them
I'd really like to check it out... but there doesn't seem to be a link. Is this just me?
It's not just you, I can't seem to find one either!
lol I know exactly what you mean. I hate that too. awfully irritating
Neither can I.
Strange...there was a link there yesterday at one point...but it looks like he edited it out.
yup no link...how can we check it out??
Found it in my Safari history:
Maybe he's updating the site to fix the problems mentioned? Who knows.
kwajo, your portfolio has some good shots in it. I'd recommend getting off the black and white a little, the whole thing ends up a little drab when there's too much of it.
thanks for the compliment, and you're right, and I should note ever since I first made that web-gallery I've started shooting in colour much more often. I've gradually been adding a few colour shots, but it is hard to get over my obsession with B&W. believe me I'm trying (and I have the 400 colour shots I've taken since I made that page to prove it )
Beautiful work, and you have been to some amazing places.
Yeah thats great work!!! Got a question did you take all thoes photos?
I couldn't disagree more. There is nothing drab about b&w if it's done well. But I guess it depends on who is looking. If one isn't educated in the world of fine art photography then yeah, perhaps they're not as appealing as the ****** snapshots we see posted daily.
kwajo, I detect that you are still using film in some cases? If not, I'm rather impressed with your post processing.
Amazing photography Wes, just stunning.
My only comment (a minor one) comes from a design perspective, not photographic. On the main page, your name at the top is painfully in need of kerning. If you don't know what that is... don't worry (I know designers who don't either *sigh*) Basically all you have to do is get rid of that HUGE gap inbetween the 's' and the 'o', and you're set.
Again, beautiful images.
Yes I took all those photos.
I can post pics of me at those sites if you like...
Photography isnt my thing but I enjoyed looking at your pictures. You been to some crazy places.