Kept it simple - Urbangreenspun.com : LUSENET : B&W Photo: URL Review : One Thread
I've finally completed a simple web page of my urban photographs from the last couple of years. Would appreciate some response (good and bad) if you have the time. Thanks.
-- Andy Laycock (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 24, 2000
there seems to be a problem with the site. When you click on enter they indicate they cannot find your page.
-- david myers (email@example.com), April 24, 2000.
Thanks for the response. I think I have it working now but as I made the page in IE5 I've noticed that neither Netscape nor IE4 will handle some of the fonts I used and also will give some error messages. I apologize for this inconvenience.
-- Andy Laycock (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 25, 2000.
Just finished looking at your site, I think you have captured the form spot on Andy, I will be looking at things through the lens in a different manner. If you could get rid of that annoying Geo-city banner flashing in top right it would be helpful, but that point has no bearing on your images, well done great images.
-- Sean Allen (SALLENAPS@aol.com), April 26, 2000.
You have an awsome control of perspective and angles. I thoroughly enjoyed the site, in particular the chess player picture. I only wish there had been more to look at. Shara
-- Shara Appanaitis (email@example.com), May 17, 2000.
Love the pictures. My fav, is the guy with a Alien hate. Maybe turn those ugly borders off ? And would love to have seen more of your work.
Great to see that you are keeping it simple.
see you around with a camera.
-- Garry T. (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 28, 2000.
Wonderful pictures , a very unique way to aprehend the city . i set up a site on geocities , the banner is a pain but the site is free :) . yes as someone suggested it would be a good idea to get rid of the frames around the pictures .
-- Elaid Nabil (email@example.com), August 10, 2000.
Well Done. Your vision is unique. I will look at the city differently from now on.
-- Howard Dvorin (Howard Dvorin@cs.com), August 22, 2000.