1. I like the IRAPTHOUGH logotype the light helvetica is nice. I would keep it white and all the pictures the same size. Photographically sometimes you cut off the subject (the shoes) which is odd.
2. Graphically I think the IRT would be helped to be larger. As a photo its fine, maybe a little more contrast and my first question would be why is it portrait instead of landscape not saying it should be one over the other but you should have a reason for a choice like that.
3. Just for starters flash is too harsh. beyond that ehh.. feels like an odd crop. I don't get it..
4. Nice, but again too much flash. I don't think it needs flash. and the flash hurts your focus.
5. It's alright. Would probably be better if it was more head on and again kill the flash or difuse it. and also maybe too tight.
I really like the tonal range on those. It's nice. Good see something well executed and different in this post.
The Black James Bond
Just generally the flash does remind me of American Apparel advertisements which I'm not really huge on but whatever...
One one level though they have consistency. I think the one of your cousin is interesting, it takes that American Apparel motif and on certain level elevates it with this sort of surrealness to it. whereas alot of the other ones feel flat and just very overt almost. And some of those you have sort of awkwardly hard contrasts and weird shadows.
Jaw Knee C
My personal methodology to lenses is that a lens should serve the function of the photograph. i.e. if you're in cathedral and you want to get the whole thing a wide angle makes sense or if you're shooting a landscape of in the distance maybe a telephoto. With that said I feel like your wide angle stuff functions mostly around the lens stretching of perspective as a point of interest than a point of function. Like that one in your cubical somewhere works well because the wide-angle shows us your whole cubical and gives this interesting perspective on it. So the lens functions to make an further the idea of the photograph, your cubical... Whereas these like porch outdoor ones seem more like just twisting perspective where the photos become interesting because of the lens not the subject... And while you can definitely take my idea on lenses with a grain of salt as it's just my own that's what I was thinking looking at those photographs.
ii2cky I like all 3 of those shots the last one with the candy the best though. The cool tone is fitting and just seems well composed.