Music is turned off. I did not think the music was that cheesy since its Squarepusher and Aphex Twin but if it takes aways from the images then its gone.
I look forward to the feedback.
Okay. That's better. Unfortunately, when I get to one of your collections I have a choice between a slideshow and no slideshow. If I pick no slideshow I have to use the mouse to navigate. Can't use the arrow keys or page down/page up. It's a minor point but an irritant. You don't want irritants on your web.
I see some excellent pictures in there along with some ho-hum stuff. The second editorial shot is very good except that it looks seriously over-sharpened. Third editorial shot is excellent. The fifth editorial shot is a cliche. Every beginner shoots people on ladders.
The first two still lifes are pretty ho-hum. The third is excellent. That's really original work. Go with that kind of originality.
The first street shot is good. The next two aren't my cup of tea, but they seem well done from a technical point of view. Fourth street shot is another cliche. Both Walker Evans and Brassai did this over and over, to much greater effect. I'm not saying it's not possible to shoot this kind of thing, but if you do you have to be familiar first with what's gone before and do something that goes beyond that. By the way, when you title a collection "On the Street," you usually indicate that you're shooting pictures of people doing interesting things.
The first four Coastlands shots are cliches. The fifth is excellent. That one is an example of something that's been done a lot, but that can always be done so well that the re-do isn't a cliche. Bravo! That's good work.
Keep working at it, but keep it simple. Only show your very best. Be brutal when you cull your stuff. You're on the right track.