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I have been into photography for a couple years now. Here are were you can see my photography
I actually started my own site. Its still needs work. Im not good with html and stuff. My site is www.ddoriginals.com. I started out by posting most of my photos over on www.permaspooked.deviantart.com

Let me know what you guys think of them.THANKS.

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In my humble opinion I think it would be much more beneficial for you if you'd focus more on basic photography principles like composition, color etc. and not so much on post effects. Photoshop and plugins can really help if used wisely but they can also make pictures look unappealing when overdone.

The website for me is way to busy, you can't really focus on what is important - your photos. I would recommend finding a good online service to build and host your portfolio and there are free alternatives out there.

This is only my personal opinion, I'm no expert. This is a sample of my work: flickr.com/photos/tadone

Keep up the good work.

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You also need to apply a water mark to your photo's so no one can use them as their own work.

It's pretty easy, just make a text layer and change the opacity to like 20-40%

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You need to get rid of that website background! Your pics disappear(maybe a good thing) in it's "busyness"!

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In my humble opinion I think it would be much more beneficial for you if you'd focus more on basic photography principles like composition, color etc. and not so much on post effects. Photoshop and plugins can really help if used wisely but they can also make pictures look unappealing when overdone.

The website for me is way to busy, you can't really focus on what is important - your photos. I would recommend finding a good online service to build and host your portfolio and there are free alternatives out there.

This is only my personal opinion, I'm no expert. This is a sample of my work: flickr.com/photos/tadone

Keep up the good work.



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Seriously?

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Looks great guys! Anyone have a G9?

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You need to get rid of that website background! Your pics disappear(maybe a good thing) in it's "busyness"!

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