does my portfolio layout look professional

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  1. holderbeam

    holderbeam TPF Noob!

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    kk well here is my portfolio site its still in its early days can you just tell me if the layout and thing is ok because to add more images i will have to pay like £10 a month so i want to know if its worth me paying

    so can u all just pop over to
    Miles Holder Portfolio

    and tell me what you think about the layout (also if you have somthing to say about the images every little helps [​IMG])

    cheers
     
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    ArmoredPersonel48698 TPF Noob!

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    Click the arrow in the top left of the webpage, that'll take you back.
     
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    You use Jalbum? Looks a lot like what I use as well... Some nice work there.
     
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    Ok; found the arrow. That makes it slightly better.

    Love & Bass
     
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    Not sure what you're asking. The layout is 4 boxes/buttons and a few words. It's clean and simple. But the home button is not very good.


    As for the photos. Some very nice work in there. But I don't understand what photos of hands have to do with nature or photos of ships have to do with city. And I see that problem on a lot of photo websites. If you have separate portfolios for different subjects, make sure the photos are in the right portfolio.
     
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    yeah ive seen viewbook I was torn between the 2. The home button come to think about it is abit hidden thanks for giving it a look through.

    As for the boat images and the hand images- I didnt really have enough of the images to create a whole album because I didnt want to have an overloaded portfolio.

    I think im gunna go with Lookbook and just keep my current one with the images it has now, seeing as its free ;):lol:
     
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    also i got 46 visits to my website from this post thank you all :D
     

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