very nice pics there, I need to get more creative. I like the glove and the bolts shots !
I suspect this is a point where I'll draw some fire, but given the thread I can't resist speaking up. The pics are great, really--and I'm writing that as someone who in the past did product shots for catalogs, magazine articles, and stock. But WHY BOTHER TO DO SUCH REALLY NICE WORK THEN PRESENT IT IN A FORMAT/SIZE WHERE IT CAN'T BE PROPERLY VIEWED????
When pictures are presented this large, you can't see the entire image at once. You wind up side-shifting, scrolling up and down, and generally unable to see what the photographer worked so hard to present.
Please re-size the pics to fit a standard screen (as TripleF did with his pics sized to 640x480 pixels), or upload the photos to a forum album so you can post a thumbnail that links to a full-sized pic without all the forum impedimentia (as Johnny Rotten did with his 1309x980 pixel image).
Quality should not be an accident. So what is the explanation for some of the knives we've seen in the past few years? (from A Knifebuyer's Manifesto)