A&P CC on my portfolio

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  1. Tonster MBA

    Tonster MBA OT'r of the Year 2013 OT Supporter

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    I am a noob with an expensive DSLR so yes i under stand I suck and should /myself. But besides that how do you like some of my photos?

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    www.bjjphotos.com/featured_photos.html

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    I primary focus on Jiu Jitsu for my website so should that be the same for my portfolio or is it okay to have random pix too.


    Any comments on how I can improve any aspect from my actual site - to my photos - to the subject of my photos. Anything will help. thanks
     
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  2. xenon supra

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    You're portfolio seems to have some really random pictures, I'd consider having a jiu jitsu portfolio and an "other" portfolio
     
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    definitely seperate them. It's really strange to go from a guy in a wrestling singlet to a tight portrait of a girl with a flower.
     
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  5. Tonster MBA

    Tonster MBA OT'r of the Year 2013 OT Supporter

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    Gotcha well thats why I was posting because i wasn't sure how it works
     
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    It's good to see you've re-designed it since the OTAP: Post your website for C&C thread.

    Looks somewhat more professional, but yeah definitely having seperate sections is better.

    I dunno about for anyone else, but for me the thumbnails load pretty fairly slowly. Not REALLY slow, but slow enough to where if i wanted to skip to the middle or bottom of the set, i had to wait for it to catch up.
    Edit: I just browsed more, and it's only laggy on the "featured photos" galleries
     
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  7. Tonster MBA

    Tonster MBA OT'r of the Year 2013 OT Supporter

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    Anyone else have comments about anything that could help me not be so nooblike
     

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