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I'd love to see the pictures bigger though, I must say.
i'd do one image per page, give each one a little more space
just being picky, but i don't like how when you scroll down the logo jumps out of the page and comes back half way down. i'd make it so that the logo just scrolls up to the position how you have it now without it jumping out of the page. otherwise it's how a photography website should be: no frills and letting the photos dominate the page.
Nice pics, no attractive women... no reason to stay on site, leaves.
lovely, lovely work sir. I'm going to re-post some of these if you don't mind...
Looks great on ipad
one of the few photographer's websites that looks good on my Android phone....
Only critique I might add is.... who is your target market? Are you aiming for getting gigs photographing travel, kids clothes, interesting destinations, cultural experiences,etc? The work is quite good, its more multi-faceted than most commercial photographer's websites, that's a good thing for me as a viewer.. but I don't know how art buyers would see it.... if that's your target?!?
How often do you come to Guatemala, or were all those images taken during the same trip?
WOW! Really really great work sir!
I really like your "Feet first" series, great idea, great shots with the baby and all.
.. and the website is perfect. Ergonomy, everything is perfect.
^ what benfal99 said.
Love the work. Website is clean and minimal but here's some feedback.
- Sometimes the info details for the pics don't appear. If I go to another section and then come back, then they reappear. I'm on OSX and FF8 btw.
Text overall (Navigation and photo details copy):
Don't like the centered copy. It's creating weird shapes and leaving a few words on the last line in the paragraph (i.e. Central America & Mexico, it leaves a few words on the last line.)
Again, not crazy about the centered text. Maybe look into another option. You'll probably end up running into issues when you have more work and more sub-nav items.
I would put About and Contact somewhere else, out of the work nav possibly. Thought it was harder to find than it should be. That should be one of the easiest things to navigate to. Maybe even keep it up while you're browsing through the work.
About and Contact section:
Again, not crazy about the center-aligned copy. Would love to see a picture of "the photographer". Give some life to your personal story, like how your work does. Maybe even change the boldness, color, or something to the contact info so it stands out more.
Would be nice if I clicked an image I got a high-rez full-screen version.
The quality of the photos is excellent. You have a good eye for composition and the colors are perfect.
What lens did you use mostly? Or did you switch lenses as you walked the streets? two cameras?