Well, have not been around in awhile. I do want to say cudos to Ben for this offer. I love my new site and Ben is very helpful for those of us not really good at html and stuff. Thanks a bunch, Ben, and I have not forgot it is two pints of vodka if I ever make it over there.
Much thanks to Ben, (majicmonkey) and his offer to those of us on here that would like to have a website to promote our photography. It is very basic, but since I am still trying to tweak it some, I would love to have some c&c on it. For anyone that would like to, I would be happy to link sites...
Overall, I would say my favorite has always been Ansel Adams. That man could evoke more emotions from a B&W image than most today can from color. Other than him and more modern photogs would have to be Jack Dykinga. His landscapes of Arizona are awesome.
Well, I would have agreed with losing the font and the color on the original. I think the new one is much, much better. It does not distract from the ad as a whole and gives a very professional touch to it. Very good work on the pics. I just love the lower left with the rose.
It is 3 and 5 for me as far as favorites. I do like 1 for the cool reflection you got and the architecture of the older buildings. I may have to see if I still have any pics left from when I was over there in the Army.
Well, then here you go.
1. Love this shot. You did a very nice job shooting it where the plants are in sillouhette.
2. Really holds no interest. It's a nice shot, but nothing to really interest my eye.
3. Interesting and nice shot. Looks to be a coaster from a pub.
4.I like this shot...