Quote Originally Posted by bmac
Les, you don't think that showing that few images would give the gallery the impression that he doens't have a full body of work? This is something I am very currious about, as I am hopefully going to finish shooting images tomorrow / Thurs for a color portfolio I have been working on for a year.
Although I am not Les, this has been my experience Brian. It is better to show few prints that are strong and have a strong theme or idea in common than it is to show more images that have no apparent connection to each other. I saw Gerald's portfolio and thought that he has two portfolios, one about street "decisive" moment and the other about "it caught my eye". While all the prints are very good, the street ones seem to have more to "say." The other ones are nice, but IMO a bit derivative.