I went to the Boston University Photonics Center for a portfolio review on Saturday. It was sponsored by Griffin Museum of Photography and the Photographic Resource CenterI am looking for some honest feedback on my work. I had 4 different professionals review my "Working on the Railroad" series. (Plus a couple of the "Ghosts of the Railroad" series. )Read More
I am glad that I am off this week from my day job. Last week I heard Thomas Werner Projects speak and I am in the process of updating website, blog, and portfolio. (Among other items) I learned a lot and I am so glad that I was able to attend. Thanks ASMP New England Chapter. Be on the look out for updates! Thanks for visiting and happy shooting
Check out this article about watermarking your images before you post them on the web. http://scottwyden.com/importance-of-watermarking/#axzz1GdEoqwDp
Thanks for visting and happy shooting
After a lot of waiting, my new website is finally up on LiveBooks. I am going to miss my site on foliolink but it was time to move on. In the 3 years that i was on there I had
- 3,622 visitors
- Visits from 49 out of 50 states. (does anyone know someone in North Dakota?)
- Visits from numerous other countries. (here is a few)
- Canada 39
- Brazil 29
- United Kingdom 24
- Russia 11
- Iran 1
Please check my new site out and let me know what you think. www.john-roy.com
After a lot of soul-searching and exchanges of emails of a photography friend, I have decided to rework my website and focus on my stronger images. When I finished photography school, I had a portfolio review by Jim Fitts and he told me my strongest images are of fine art work. I was a little resistant to make this my only focus but after looking back at what I have been doing on my free time and the work that I have produced from it, i cannot argue any longer.
I am also going to be focusing on my wide-angle portraits. I am still amazed by the work of Platon. My final project at school was a series of them that were just amazing.
This weekend I will be cleaning and backing up hard drives and selecting images for my new website. I was going to wait until my ad on the knot but why bother.
I will be still willing to do weddings providing I can use my style for the bride's wedding.
I will leave you with my favorite image from my recent trip to Atlanta.