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Please critique my portfolio

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Hugofelix
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Message posted at 10/03/2012, 17:20:04 PM by Hugofelix
Wow!
Many thanks for all your support and help! :)
* Canon EOS 20D * Canon EOS 5D MKII * Canon EF 17-40 f4 ...

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Jirsak
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Message edited at 10/08/2012, 04:52:14 AM by Jirsak
As mentioned above, your Achhiles heel are keywords. For example your titles "woman" can't work. Look at small stats which illustrate Afagundes words:
woman: 1,769,919 images in database
student: 187,437 images in database
student library: 11,856 images in database

I think it is better compete only 11 thousands images than one and half milion.
Canon EOS 5D mark II, Canon EOS 400D, Canon TS-E 90mm f/2.8,...

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Gabirosca
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Message posted at 10/10/2012, 07:30:03 AM by Gabirosca
Hello Hugo, you have a great portfolio and I think that the best for you is to get out of the studio and make some nature shots too.
Canon 650D, Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II, Canon 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6...

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Enigmacypher
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Message edited at 10/16/2012, 10:26:55 AM by Enigmacypher
Here's a video interview with Dreamstime admin Carmen Pietraru (aka "Tangie") about keywording, descriptions, and titles. This is from a few years ago, but it is still quite useful. Just before minute 4:00, she mentions that short titles are good; when pressed, she indicates that 3-5 words would generally make a good title. In the video, she explains how lots of keywords helps and how it hurts. Enjoy -- Interview with Carmen Pietraru


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