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I'm game. Basically a portfolio site but I'd be grateful for feedback. My plan is to have more content as time allows www.photo-mark.com
-- Mark Meyer (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 13, 2000
I like your stuff, especially the natural landscape portfolio. What camera are you using for the 6x7 stuff? Maybe it's just because I'm a photographer, too, but I'd like to see a page where you mention what equipment you use, films, etc. Also, if there's a real purpose for your page (print sales, stock, etc.) you should give people a way to find that out. I gather from copntact.html and about.html that you are available for assignments, but this is not immediately visible in the site.
I like your use of Frames (no need to go back to a thumbnail page), but I'd like to see more than five thumnails at a time. Maybe you have room for a two-column frame for the small pictures? Also, maybe it's just me but I'd like the full-size pictures a little bigger.
BTW, I used to bed a musician, too, and grew up in Winnetka!
-- Ross Warner (ross.warner@East.sun.com), August 15, 2000.
Ummm, used to BE a musician :*)
-- Ross Warner (ross.warner@East.sun.com), August 16, 2000.
Very nice images!
-- Pete Bowman (email@example.com), August 17, 2000.
I like the graphic design on your index page. The landscape work is excellent and some of the images breathe magic. Simple and clear site design, minimalism at work. Thank you!
-- Daniel Bergmann (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 17, 2000.
VERY NICE! The windmill landscape is fantastic. A great start. You seem to have used only your best images and it paid off. Feel free to stop by our site and make comments if you like.
Best of luck.
Bart Aldrich Explore Photo http://www.explorephoto.com/
-- Bart Aldrich (email@example.com), August 29, 2000.
Breathtaking work, Great site, clean, easy to navigate. My only suggestion would be to bookend the main shot with the thumbnails to give the site a more horizontal design. At present i have to scroll down to view the last thumbnail(@1024x768).
-- Raeford Dwyer (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 17, 2001.