Do you have specific improvements in mind?
From my WinXP, IE7, and 21" CRT.
A simple, yet arrogant site. Consistent layout, usage of colors and font styles on every page. White text on black background is as contrasty and legible as you can get. Would prefer larger font sizes and line spacing, you've got room to spare. Red against black is also very contrasty. The combination of these three colors suggests masculinity, very suited to your photo genre (and yourself?). No one will mistaken this to be a "girlie" site
On my monitor, I don't have to scroll at all on (almost) every page. But I feel that there are too many pages. Combing some may work better. Again you have room. More on this later.
I like a menu button turning red when hovered over, indicating a selection. It would even be better if hovering instead of clicking the button can immediately bring up the sub tabs. Hovering over Alexandre Buisse Photography at the top also swaps the black and red colors. But that does not serve the same selection indication purpose, and makes me wonder why.
Adding a footer on each page would be nice. More on this later.
I consider a splash page without any information a waste. Adding a brief intro can turn it into an informative home page. For example, something like "I am a climber and photographer from Sweden. My photography ..." will tell a visitor what your site is about and grab his attention. It will also complement the mountain image very well.
Hovering on some links result in only parts of the link turning red, e.g. juried exhibits.
The first half of the quote "..." is at the bottom of the line instead of the top. Quote is not credited.
There is too much space between the text and the image. For those who are land bound, we can use some explanation of what AD, PD, etc. mean. I would delete Ice, until there is something to tell. This page can be combined with the Statement page into one.
Licenses and Fine Art Prints pages
These two pages can easily be combined into one. In the US, the $ sign is in front of the numeral.
Articles and Trips pages
Each entry is dated, thank you, thank you, thank you. Undated online articles annoy the hell out of me.
If the image is positioned horizontally next to the text, the space would be better utilized, and I won't have to scroll. OTOH, if I have to scroll anyway, why not combine the two pages into one?
Unlike the images on the About pages, hovering on these pages' images does not show any descriptive captions, only boring jpg numbers.
Subscribe to this page is positioned with way too much space above it. Even after linking to another page, I still can't figure out what it is.
The full article page's line length is too long for easy reading. Also, by the time I scroll down to the end, I wish there is a footer with links. That would save me from having to scroll up to the menu at the top.
Here's a great place to tell visitors what changes have been made to the site, and when. Something few sites care to do.
The image has no caption when hovered on. I dislike contact pages that ask me to fill out info in a form. Clicking on a link that opens a normal e-mail message box is my preference. I would use an image link to hide my e-mail address.
It is so different that I didn't bother finish loading it.
Now we finally come to the meat of a photo site.
I would like to know how many image are in each gallery BEFORE entering it, just like I would like to know how many pages are in a book before reading one. Hovering on a thumbnail has a few problems. The corresponding menu button does not turn red. Instead, the image goes black, and then replaced by another one. Makes me wonder what's going on, and should I hover again to see a third one. After waiting and seeing no further action, I finally click to get to another thumbnail page. They are all square, making me wonder if the enlargements are also. If I happen to hate square images, I would not proceed further.
For me, a photo site's gallery is THE most important part. Upon entering a site, I want to select a gallery and view an enlargement asap, i.e. with the fewest clicks possible, and without any hesitation along the way. Now let's see what I have to do to view an enlargement at your site.
1. Enter the splash page.
2. Click on Gallery button.
3. Hover on an image and ponder about the black out. Also wonder how big each gallery is.
4. Take the bite and click on a thumbnail.
5. On the page with all square thumbnails, wonder again should I proceed.
6. Take the bite again and get to view an enlargement, finally.
Your galleries are relatively small, making a separate thumbnail page from the enlargement pages not much of a problem. But what if you have 30 images in a gallery? My preference is to have paginated thumbnails next to an enlargement, all on the same page.