If 'No', what changes have been made to your image portfolio since your last application? (i.e. 'more moments added', 'fewer details and/or portraits', 'converted many warm-toned images to straight black & white', 'less Photoshop work on images')
After reading the linked article above, what percentage of the images on your web site would you consider to be "moments"?
What percentage of the images on your web site have been digitally manipulated including any sepia, selenium or other color toning, desaturation, tinting, soft focus or vignetting. This would exclude simple levels and curves adjustments, toning for reproduction, color correction, basic exposure adjustments, conversion to black & white and typical file format conversions.
What percentage of the images on your web site would you consider to be "details" and/or "portraits"?
On your web site, do you specifically identify yourself as a "photojournalist" vs. as a "wedding photojournalist," "wedding photographer" or "photographer"? If you state that you are a "photojournalist" (one who shoots news events for the media/publications), describe how you provide work history and/or images on your site to back up your statement.
How often do you update your site?
Read our recently-published WedPix article for more information on Wedding Photographers Using Music on their Websites.
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