My site needs updating or much more...greenspun.com : LUSENET : B&W Photo: URL Review : One Thread
Please visit my site and please give me your comments on the site and on the pictures.
-- michael wojcik (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 04, 1999
I don't know why you think it needs updating. I enjoyed many of your photos, finding them intriguing and full of both graphic interest and communication. Certainly one of the better (for my taste) photographic galleries on the web. What might help is a different organization, because the flow seems a bit disconnected at times. There are perhaps two different sequences here, one with portraits and one without people in them.
-- Jeff Spirer (email@example.com), January 04, 1999.
Particularly like your "Tech Talk" section that explains what you used and how you did it. A very nice site.
I did wonder how many images you had... and couldn't go to the start and go backwards to find last image.
-- Oliver Joy (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 04, 1999.
That opening shot of the train is excellent!!! Very nice people portraits.
You might try initially going to a page of thumbnails instead of a gallery view. It can take a little bit to work back from the end of the showing.
-- Brian C. Miller (email@example.com), January 05, 1999.
Nice work indeed!!! Updating? All artists that see their portfolios day after day feel it needs updating. I always thought mine needed updating too; and after seeing yours that notion has been confirmed. *G* Great work -- both in setting the pages up to be visually stimulating and creating them in the first place. I enjoyed the visit. Thanks! You're definitely an inspiration to others. Keep up the good work.
-- Leslie Ratliff (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 05, 1999.
One more thing...I would recommend putting a copyright notice on every page with a photo. The lack of copyright notice may lead some people to believe that they can just lift the images. This applies to some of the other web sites that have been discussed here.
-- Jeff Spirer (email@example.com), January 06, 1999.