Tapper123: I think some of these images are actually pretty interesting.
In fact, I would say as a body of photos, they are not boring to look at. Not your typical slick portrait shots. I kinda like that.
Yes, many of them are technically awful. But sometimes technically good photos can be boring. Maybe it's my artistic side overpowering the logical side.
Each photgraph tells a story, AFP and Klamar put the series together. Without the AFP script its hard to make an assement here, the pictures could represent exactly what was agreed and what the customer asked for. If AFP left it all to Klamar let him go hang the pics in a gallery and see who buys them, there does't seem much support in this forum.
I find an article on 'landscape' photography without mention of DOF hyperfocal distance settings missing an important step in the process. Cranking down the aperture on a wide angle lense without deciding where the focus point will be can still produce poor depth of field results. On my kit 18mm lense I know if I select f10 and set the focus distance to 2 metres manually I can capture acceptable sharpness from around 1 metre to infinity. This method gives sharp foregrounds for those rock pools and sand grains etc. in this type of photo shoot.