Photographer's portfolios come in many different flavors. The good ones usually focus on the photos while maintaining a good system of navigation. This one is no different, as Jonathan Pushnik puts his photographic work on the web.
Firstborn has done an amazing job with this tour of the latest installment in the Acrobat line. This may very well be perfection. It's highly complex without giving the user the feeling of this. It's simply breathtaking, and I can't put into words how good it is. Take a look for yourself.
For some reason, this site fell in my lap the same day as I needed to hire actors for the first time in my life. The only letdown was the fact that this database contains Danish people only. Damn. But it's an excellent resource and a beautiful site.
Timothy Saccenti may very well be an accomplished photographer. He may very well have a brand new portfolio up his sleeve. It may very well have been designed by build. It may very well be an exquisite site. Mmmm, yummy.
This Norwegian agency, whose name translates to E.R., has a truly original idea about website design. They give the visitor the tools to redesign their portfolio directly online. It's a very cool feature that works surprisingly well.
Although the url makes me assume that this one is in a beta stage of development, I cannot help but link it. Atlanta's own Timothy Gray has done a first rate job with the showcase of Portland Studios' showcase. The ambience is marvelous.
A sibling of OurType, the Mario de Antonio Franck online book site features a complete scrolling Flashsite with large typography. Still, this one isn't so similar that it doesn't deserve linkage. The visuals and contents make this one a very different experience.
Mainly listed here due to its unusual and powerful visuals and colors, the user experience isn't half bad either. This one is sure to stick to your [visual] memory. My only complaints are the speed of transitions (gets boring after a short while), and the choice of music.