Perhaps the 'Fine-Art' aspect is somewhat eroded by the cheesey blocks of text. Back in the day it would either have been a single word or expression.
They are very much in the pinup tradition - certainly a bit more verbose than what accompanied Gil Elvgren's work, for sure, but then again, I'm not Mr Elvgren
Finessing will come, this is my first real attempt at selling prints, so I'm open to suggestions.
Wow, how old are you and how long have you been holding onto those large format films, anyway? (You really have captured the spirit of the genre, BTW)
I'm 38, and I got into photography in the film days. They do sell film these days, believe it or not, even large format chromes. Hell Fuji even manufactures it! I have a 6x6 TLR as well, but I've been using my 4x5 TLR lately. I do have a digital kit as well, but those are not on this site.
How much are the prints? I couldn't find the price. Nice weork, but you need lots more.
The prints start at 300 EUR / 390 USD for small (approx. 16"x20" matted) open edition prints, incl. shipping worldwide. The links are below the photos, at the bottom of the main page, (re)titled "Buy OPEN EDITION Prints" and "Buy LIMITED EDITION Prints".
I didn't want to make it too pushy, but thanks for pointing it out that it's not even apparent they are there. I'll figure out how to make them more prominent! I just changed the color of the links, I'll try to see if Photodeck service allows me to move the links to above the photos.
Yes, I need lots more, but producing these takes a lot of time and even more money (studio and lighting rental, make-up artist, wardrobe and hair stylist, drum scanning, I actually pay my models, etc. etc. etc.). I'm slowly but surely building it into a proper portfolio.