New photo-gallery


Link Posted 11/03/2008 - 18:46
I've decided to make use of my free Orange web-space and made my own gallery, please take a look and see what you think, any suggestions or critiques would be welcome (be gentle )
Last Edited by mille19 on 26/10/2008 - 19:30


Link Posted 11/03/2008 - 19:12
Well done, a nice gallery of images, the birds are very good.
Workings of gallery are good too, only thing I dislike is the green backround, find it a bit over powering on your work, but that is a personal thing, just my preference.


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Sigma: 30mm F1.4EXDC; 10-20mmEXDC ..... LENSBABY 'Composer' ,


Link Posted 11/03/2008 - 19:15
Well, Steve, I like it! Simple and easy-to-navigate design, clear categories, good subjects, some great pictures and fast-loading - well done. The main Ulverston picture sometimes needs a refresh to show up (in Firefox) and the table of galleries displays slightly differently in Firefox than IE7 or IE8, but overall, a great result.

Z1, K10D, D-BG2 Grip, DA 1:3.5-5.6 18-55mm AL, DA 1:3.5-6.3 18-250mm ED AL(IF), AF540FGZ Flash, FA 1:1.7 50mm, DA 1:2.4 70mm Limited, Wireless Remote (Did I offend you? Click here).


Link Posted 11/03/2008 - 22:52
Excellent pictures and a nice clean and clear presentation.
Best regards, John


Link Posted 12/03/2008 - 20:33
Clean & simple website, excellent images, I like it.

One criticism though . . . spiders are not insects and therefore deserve their own sub-heading . Of course, you could rename the heading to Arthropods, then it'd be correct (bored yet?)

Arachnids are a bit of a passion of mine. I can't tell you their names, but I love photographing them.

Insects generally have three body parts (head, thorax, and abdomen) and six legs. Arachnids have only two body parts (the head and thorax being fused to form the cephalothorax) and eight legs.

Great site though, well done.
Peter E Smith

My flickr Photostream


Link Posted 12/03/2008 - 21:12
Some really good pictures here Steve, particularly some of the landscapes where the detail is excellent.

Presentation is simple, as it should be, to be able to get to the pictures as easily as possible.

K10d, 18-55mm kit lens, Tamron 28-300mm, AF360
D300, Sigma 10-20mm, Sigma 18-125, Sigma 120-400, SB-600


Link Posted 12/03/2008 - 22:23
One criticism though . . . spiders are not insects and therefore deserve their own sub-heading . Of course, you could rename the heading to Arthropods, then it'd be correct (bored yet?)

Alternatively just rename it "Creepy Crawlies"

PS very nice pics and website.
My Names Alan, and I'm a lensaholic.
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Daniel Bridge

Link Posted 12/03/2008 - 22:59
impotentspider wrote:
Alternatively just rename it "Creepy Crawlies"

'Mini-beasts' is the preferred term these days.

K-3, a macro lens and a DA*300mm...

Steve O

Link Posted 13/03/2008 - 08:54
Wow! ----- What a super web site.
Extremely fast loading and lovely pictures.
Keep your words soft and nice in case you have to eat them.


Link Posted 13/03/2008 - 09:39
Excellent and some wonderful landscapes. Well done.
Pentax Lenses:|DA12-24/f4 ED AL|DA35Ltd Macro|FA31Ltd|FA77Ltd|FA50/1.4|F70-210|FA20-35 f4/AL|A*200/f4 Macro ED|A50/1.7|A50 Macro f2.8|1.7xAF adapter|
Voigtlander|125/f2.5SL Macro APO Lanthar|
Sigma Lenses:|EX DG 100-300 f4|2X & 1.4X TC|
Flashes:|AF540FGZx2|RingFlash AF160FC|


Link Posted 13/03/2008 - 22:27
Apart from the many excellent pictures, the web design is superb. Clean, fast and to the point! Well done, Steve.
Best regards

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