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Eduardo Barrento

member since: 3/15/2004
 

English version


I recently update the english version of my website. What do you thing about it? Is the language fine?
And, of course, what about photos and web design?
Thank you
Eduardo Barrento

3/15/2004 10:30:34 AM

 
Eduardo Barrento

member since: 3/15/2004
  sorry, most important the link:
http://www.barrento.com

3/15/2004 10:32:05 AM

 
Kelly Abernathy
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member since: 1/5/2004
  You've got some beautiful photos, but this link only took me to the spanish version of your website. Good luck -K

3/15/2004 11:01:48 AM

 
Eduardo Barrento

member since: 3/15/2004
  Dear Stevens, thank you for your interest. First of all, it's not spanish but portuguese version :) and there is a link to the english version in the UK flag. You can visit the english version here: http://www.barrento.com/english.htm

3/15/2004 12:51:25 PM

 
Kelly Abernathy
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  I'm sorry - my mistake :) I missed the flag the first time. Now that I've read some of it, I think the stories you have told about some of your shots are very intersting. The explanation about the kestrel missing his nest and grabbing onto the building was interesting. I hope I can do as well when I build my site. Good luck. -K

3/15/2004 1:14:49 PM

 
Eric Highfield
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StoneHorseStudios.com

member since: 8/16/2003
  Eduardo,

Boa Tarde! I think your photographs and Web design are Excellent! The layout is fairly strait forward and easy to navigate. I really like how you took the time to research your subjects, and that you share this information with your visitors. Makes for a personal connection with each photo (and might make people much more interested in buying it!) If you are intending your work to have a market in North America as well as Europe, then I'd suggest that you add U.S. dollars as well as Euros and include actual measurements of the print sizes in both centimetres and inches. As a Canadian, I would find it a lot easier to figure out how much it would cost me and what frame size I'd need to buy. Don't worry...I don't expect you to include Canadian dollars too! :-)

You've put a lot of work into it and have a great site as a result! btw... I love the Bat photo!!!

Regards,

Eric

3/15/2004 2:50:06 PM

 

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