sorry for the watermark but some people don't have any problem to use picture without permission.
your comment about the way my pictures look is very interesting, can you show me a particular one, that is overworked.
there's no special photoshop work on it, curve, black and white conversion.
color are coming for nature, blur from long exposure or depth of field.
none of my pictures are retouched (erasing, moving stuffs...)
I'm talking about the photos of my websites, not the matte paintings, that is another world, vfx industry is way different, nothing is real
again very interesting comment, it's good to be critized
Sorry it has taken me a while to respond.
Firstly, you requested examples of images which I find a bit 'overworked'. Starting in the Landscape gallery, many of the images seem to have pronounced vignetting, which in my mind looks more created rather than an artifact of the lens. I do stand to be corrected though if this is not the case.
I also find the colours too saturated for my liking and I think have been pushed too far. I have a calibrated monitor and I find the blues pushing on the 'surreal' side.
Regardless of one's intention to keep 'colours coming from nature', by the sheer nature of the Raw converting programme or in camera processor you are using, parameters for colour are either predetermined (in camera) or determined (on auto in Raw converter) or adjusted manually using sliders whilst converting. By the sheer nature of photography, either with film or digital, replicating the exact colours - even if it is what is required is nearly impossible - and most process images to what they find a pleasing replication or just plain pleasing. One needs to always create colour which pleases youself - and yours do that for you - I just find some of them too saturated.
In the travel section of your site, once again the vignetting is very pronounced. In three of the images only one corner is darkened which I don't think works.
I think the main things which don't appeal to me which suggest overworking are - pronounced vignetting, sometimes unbalanced ; and over- saturated colours, especially in the landscape section of your folio.