Are any of your images more recent than 2007? It's no good including images in your port that are more than seven years old. Get some up-to-date and competently shot images and ask for a review then - I'm sure you'll get a more meaningful response.
What about my what? My portfolio? It's ok I think, not the best or worst. As for how I look? It's not all that relevant since I'm not a model.
We can't all be astronauts. I wasn't being rude, your portfolio is not good and if you're not already aware of this or looking for ways to improve it substantially - well, I don't hold up much hope for you really. Nice work for d&g though....
Kimberly, if you post in this section asking for a portfolio review, you have to be prepared to take any criticism given. Your retort to Profilepictures' post shows you're not happy to take negative (but honest) comments, so maybe you shouldn't really have asked for a portfolio review in the first place.
Kimberly, have you or someone else been playing at amatuer photo editor ? does the photographer who took the images know ? I know who took some of them and im sure he'd not appreciate the association !
and given that you asked for a review it is definately bad news to then slag anyone that gives you exactly what you asked for !
As Photostore says, the photographers concerned are unlikely to appreciate the excrucuatingly bad editing of their work. Unless you have obtained their permission, you do not have the right to do this.
Many photographers spend hundreds or even thousands of pounds on new monitors and colour profiling equipment so that their images look the same on their screens as they should do on anyone else's computer or in print. They are unlikely to want to work with you if their images are going to be subjected to this sort of treatment and look like the work of newbie GWCs.
They say there is no such thing as bad avdertising, but I can't see that your curent crop of images will get you any work which will get publication.