Just in ncase you haven't seen this list of photographers...

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  1. waynecrider

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    Thanks for sharing that, Wayne. I've only looked at a couple of the photographer's sites so far but Wimberley's work is just outstanding²! And I like the overall design of his website, too. It's got the look of high quality and it's fast to load.

    I've been looking for good website examples, and with this list, it looks like I'll be up late again tonight.

    Marc
     
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    Yea there's lot's of different web page styles to see and I was up pretty late and haven't even cracked much of the list. It's a good quick source to see what's out there.... Wimberley's mountain pictures are beautiful.
     
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    I sold a print to someone on that list, which proves one of two things:

    a) my work is better than I think

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    b) some folks on that list aren't fussy:D

    Cheers, Lol
     
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    Wayne, I just spent a few days with William Corey in Boulder last week. He is a dear friend and a great artist. His Japanese Gardens work is just awesome. Although I don't work in color he has been a great inspiration to me in his philosophical approach to photography as an art form. Recently William has started working in B&W portraiture and I've had the pleasure of printing from a couple of his negatives in pt/pd for his personal collection. As a matter of fact I'm just now finishing a couple of my own pt/pd prints for him. The problem William has is he can no longer print is own prints because the demand for his work is so high he could never keep up. But he supervises all printing operations and he is very particular about what his surrogates produce from his negatives. Now I said this was a "problem" but a problem most of us wish we were presented with.
     
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    Maybe, some day, I'll be listed on that Website!! Thanks, Wayne for that link.
     
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    Thank you for this list ! There are some wonderful sites to explore. The ones that I refuse to spend time with though, are the ones that post all their images very small. I suppose it's a concern with being ripped off, but one can post low res (150KB or less) images much larger without concern. That said, again...thanks for the list!
     
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    I really liked Jill Enfield's work. And others. Thanks for the link!