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Review of my Website


mswiech e2
3 3 1 Canada
12 Feb 2013 5:34AM
Hey everyone.

I am looking for your opinion and thoughts of my website that I created. Please bear in mind that the site is only a few days old. I am working on getting additional content on the site.

Thanks again for taking the time to look it over.

Here is the link - Mike Swiech Photography

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answersonapostcard e2
10 12.7k 15 United Kingdom
12 Feb 2013 7:21AM
Your link doesnt work Mike...Sad
KarenFB e2
8 4.4k 163 England
12 Feb 2013 7:41AM
It worked for me K! Smile
mswiech e2
3 3 1 Canada
12 Feb 2013 10:44AM

Quote:Your link doesnt work Mike...Sad
Answeronapostcard can you try it again. You can also try it like this- http://mikeswiechphotography.com

Thanks
puertouk e2
3 1.1k 17 United Kingdom
12 Feb 2013 11:00AM
Sorry, but does nothing for me too. Your images in your landscape section are not all landscapes, but cityscape's. Your spelling on the front page is wrong. (not to warm, which should be, not too warm) Little things like that make a difference.

Your images on photojournalism are not the best I'm afraid. You need to get much closer shots of the action, rather from a distance. The images of the firemen need to be filling your image, maybe showing their faces.

A shot of an ambulance across the road, well, what is that suppose to convey to anyone? Its very difficult for a tog to get close to the action as the police tend to keep people a safe distance away from the incident. You then need the long lenses to get your close-up shots. The last thing the emergency services need is a photographer getting in the way, especially an amateur!

Take a close look at the shots professional photo journalists get. Having your front page as a blog is not a good idea either, have a seperate page for that. Your front page needs to be informative, but not too big. Get people interested in what you do and for them then to follow your various pages.
Hope this helps you in producing a better website.
Stephen
answersonapostcard e2
10 12.7k 15 United Kingdom
12 Feb 2013 12:57PM
yep, works now Smile

Like the design, good simple and clean, very easy to navigate too.
66tricky e2
8 742 Scotland
12 Feb 2013 10:28PM
The slideshow is way too fast on the lightboxes. I don't think slideshows should start automatically in a lightbox. If I choose to view an image I don't want it. changing as soon as it tv opens..
iancrowson e2
4 211 129 United Kingdom
13 Feb 2013 5:11PM
When i use the links here a page of reviews opens up. I expect photos.
Ian

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