Thank you so much for the feedback!!! Really, I appreciate it! <3
On Facebook, I try to display my best work. On Tumblr, though, I upload any other kind of images whenever I can so that I can update as frequently as possible. I’d love to upload older photos on my Facebook, but I don’t want to be one of those annoying pages that uploads photos every day. Not only that, but when people go to Photography pages on Facebook (like mine), they’d rather see smaller albums with better works, rather than an album with hundreds of photos. I hope that makes sense!
Hi! Thanks for taking the time to drop me this message <3 <3
All my photos were taken with a Nikon D90. Portraits are with a Sigma 50mm f/1.4! Unfortunately (or fortunately) my D90 and the 50mm lens was on a tripod and my friend dropped it about 3 weeks ago! Both the camera and the lens broke, so I had to invest in and buy a new D600 & 24-70 f/2.8. Until the f/1.4 lens gets fixed, I’m using a cheap Nikon 50mm f/1.8G :) As for landscape photos, I used an 18-105 kit lens and close-up pictures of flowers and animals were taken with a Tamron 90mm macro lens. I haven’t taken any portraits yet with my new camera, so I can’t show any examples. :/
As for the website, I built it on 500px. The yearly fee for maintaining a portfolio is 60$ I believe, and I used iWantMyName for a custom domain name (www.margimadness.com) for 15$ a year. It was a cheap alternative to 4ormat. 500px has many different layouts to choose from, and the layout my website is in just fit perfectly!
Hope that answered your question :)