fine tuning the website


mattox

Link Posted 21/01/2013 - 09:39
Finally after a few years of hesitation, use of free websites and little insight into the possibilities of web design, I have completed my website with the help of zenfolio. The structure, especially the homepage, is different but I wanted to keep it simple, different, and focused on the images not other information, ie, about myself. With the thanks to pentaxians critical input I think I have come up with something really nice. Any thoughts greatly appeciated

http://www.mattbishopphotography.com/
Last Edited by mattox on 21/01/2013 - 10:00

DaveHolmes

Link Posted 21/01/2013 - 09:41
Link?
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Digital:
Pentax K5- Vivitar 19mm 3.8; FA35mm f2; D-Xenon 100mm macro f2.8; DA50-200mm WR...
Flash:
Yongnuo YN-560; Vivitar 285HV; Cactus V4 triggers...
Film:
Pentax-MX & M50mm f1.4; Spottie & 55mm f1.8; MG & M40mm 2.8...

http://www.flickr.com/photos/daveholmesphotos/

mattox

Link Posted 21/01/2013 - 10:00
DaveHolmes wrote:
Link?

corrected. thanks. ha ha ha

simonkit

Link Posted 21/01/2013 - 11:40
Hi Matt,

Just moved to Zenfolio myself & really impressed by it...my first impressions of your site though are that you haven't really taken advantage of its possibilities, your site homepage looks a bit on the basic side to me.

One other thing I noticed was your pricing...your prints are extremely cheap, are you sure you're not underselling yourself?

Simon
My website http://www.landscapephotographyuk.com

My Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/landscapephotographyuk

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Last Edited by simonkit on 21/01/2013 - 11:41

gartmore

Link Posted 21/01/2013 - 12:06
Not only are you underselling yourself, you are underselling the rest of us

I like the look of your site and your work, my only criticism is that in the slideshow there are some horrible 'jump cuts', dont have similar images following each other.
Ken
“We must avoid however, snapping away, shooting quickly and without thought, overloading ourselves with unnecessary images that clutter our memory and diminish the clarity of the whole.” - Henri Cartier-Bresson -
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