I am gauging to see what other people see in my work, so any feedback is welcome...
Feb 03 13 10:05 am Link
Fountain Valley, California, US
This shot stood out to me on the first page. Then I noticed you have 193 images, then I ran.
Feb 03 13 10:12 am Link
A N D E R S O N wrote:
LOL! Point taken lol... Thanks for peeking :-)
Feb 03 13 10:14 am Link
Sun City, California, US
I really like this one of Jordan - 18+http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/13 … b8b791.jpg
On the subject of the 192 images - It seems there are a lot of "repeats" mixed in there.
http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/13 … 33a656.jpg
http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/13 … 8e919c.jpg
Makes it seem a bit daunting - It would actually be helpful and make the port stronger, to ditch the multiple images of the same setting/models. Pick the best of each.
Feb 03 13 10:37 am Link
Problem is, best is a relative term... Cant really go by comments even if I had more... And each image is quite a great deal of work... So if I have the room in my port I generally put it up there..
Feb 03 13 10:40 am Link
Torpoint, England, United Kingdom
balm in Gilead wrote:
Your port is ace!!!! However i'd have to agree your port of nearly 200 images makes me wanna run away heheh, I think choose your fave of each set and narrow it down! xxx
Feb 03 13 11:13 am Link
Indianapolis, Indiana, US
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Feb 03 13 11:25 am Link
Los Angeles, California, US
It's Maximus Decimus Meridius!
Feb 03 13 11:52 am Link
Brussels, Brussels, Belgium
Wao, I like you whole portfolio; however, the avatar is the best
Feb 03 13 01:26 pm Link
London, England, United Kingdom
balm in Gilead wrote:
Like ANDERSON also, your AV pic jumped out at me but as soon as i saw so many pics, i just had to leave also.
Feb 03 13 01:55 pm Link
Thanks for the feedback guys! I took your advice and tried to modify my organization so it is a little less overwhelming for anyone who stops by...
Feb 03 13 03:43 pm Link
Nashville, Tennessee, US
I do like the avatar. I will list a few of the shots aside from that I like.
I agree with the others you need to cull a lot of images. Too many images keeps the audience from appreciating any of the images.
Feb 03 13 03:50 pm Link
San Diego, California, US
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