I can only echo the points that Duck and Jeff have mentioned - you're a photographer and imagery is what you are selling. Cut down on the wording (I mentioned that in your other thread) and let your images tell the story!
I also noted that it's called Top 10 Best Photos
, yet you have 15. Either drop the T10BP
tagline or match what you're selling. Oversights like this show a lack of attention to detail, and attention to details are an important part of photography in all forms.
Of the shots you have on this page, the following are what I would have chosen to showcase:
1 - I like the interaction between the two, but I'd crop the guy on the LHS, he's not important and distracts from the main subject.
3 - This is a really fun "grab shot" and reflects *exactly* what guests are doing these days: selfies with the happy couple.
4 - A really endearing shot - they are having fun! Exactly what your clients are hoping to do too. This shot also needs some cropping at the top - too much space I'd prefer to see the grooms feet (they are there, just hidden by the frame of the larger image.)
10 - Again, this is a great candid shot which could garner more impact by cropping tighter.
13 - This is a good capture of the moment - the LHS arm is rather distracting, if you have one where that arm is further out of frame, it would have even greater impact.
15 - This is another great "moment" - well captured to show the cultural significance of this particular part of the ceremony.
Of the remaining images I chose two to explain why they didn't make the final 10 cut:
9 - A nice standard shot for the album, but doesn't have the "wow" factor to have much impact.
11 - Same as above.
Remember: Less is More
Don't worry about a Top10 List
- you are showcasing your *best* work and if you only feel that you have 8 shots to include in this particular area (Latest Weddings, Favourite Shots etc) then you only use 8. Adding 2 "so-so" shots to make it a Top10
will work against you as those two extras will bring those 8 "wow" images down to the "so-so" level, and you don't want that at all.
If you need any help with wording etc, feel free to drop me a line - sometimes it helps to get another angle on things from fellow professionals who don't have an investment in what is being sold. They can often offer an unbiased opinion to the whole package - often we lose sight of the main points, simply because we've been looking at the images and information we wish to provide for so long.