Another great post at The Online Photographer — this time showing what photographers can learn from landscape painters. Worth a read for anyone interested more in form and composition than in megapixels or line pair resolution.
Mike Johnston over at The Online Photographer has a post up today about photography website design and the painful navigational hurdles that some photographers impose on their website visitors. He proposes the idea of “tensets” –selections of a photographer’s 10 (self-chosen) best and most representative images, displayed clearly on the “landing page” of his or her website as a way for visitors to quickly get a handle on what the photographer is all about.
I actually put together a Top 10 set of my own on Flickr a few months ago, and Mike’s post motivated me to revise it. Should it go here on Photosensitive.ca?