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Photography Website Quick Guide | New photographers are joining the industry each day, which means multiple photography websites pop up on a daily basis. With this comes the increasingly difficult challenge of standing out. Yet, you’d be absolutely amazed just how many photographers choose to cut corners and set up generic websites that not only don’t work for them, but actually do more harm than good. There’s no denying that we’re all slaves to the first impressions, whether we’re choosing a new show on Netflix, or buying a book just because its cover grabbed our attention. If your website isn’t up to the standards of your work, what impression do you think it will leave on your potential clients?Read More
Photography Portfolio Website Essentials | We’ve come a long way since the introduction of the world wide web – long gone are the days when you had to wait to get home, turn on your desktop computer, connect to the Internet (Remember AOL’s dial-up tone? Anyone? No? Just me? Oh boy!), and browse those godawful excuses for a website. Nowadays, we’re connected practically 24/7 thanks to the smartphones in our pockets, tablets, laptops, and desktops. Needless to say, the internet is no longer used just to connect with friends and family and watch funny cat videos – it has become one of the most important business tools as well.Read More
Expert Photography Website Ideas | Starting a photography business, as mentioned in our previous post, and turning it into a success story requires a lot more than just the ability to take stunning photos. One of those things is definitely a website that will not only help you market your products and services, but will also act as an immensely powerful sales tool. The good news is that setting up a websites isn’t as expensive as it used to be – which can be a dangerous double-edged sword.Read More
Top Portfolio Website Advice | Setting up a photography website can be one of the most thrilling projects of your career. It’s a great opportunity to let the creative juices flowing, showcase your unique creative vision, and let your potential clients see what amazing things you can do for them. Setting up a photography website is also a necessity – more and more photographers are joining the industry and launching their own brands, which means you need to pull out all the stops if you’re hoping to stand out from the crowd. Needless to say, your website will be a major factor.Read More
Portfolio Website Inspiration | Working on a photography website is one of the most exciting gigs any designer can hope for – after all, it’s one of the most creative industries and each idea a photographer brings to the table is an excellent opportunity for growth and learning. We should know, we’ve been blessed with the opportunity to work with some of the most creative photographers of our time and help them bring their creative visions to life. However, designing a photography website is a lot different from setting up other types of websites – which might be a blessing, but can also be a curse at times.Read More
Photography Website SEO Checklist Part 2 | In one of our previous posts we kicked off a mini series on search engine optimization, with photographers in particular in mind. If you haven’t already, make sure you check out the first post, and once you’re done, come back, because we’ve prepared a bunch of great tips and tricks that are guaranteed to get your website noticed by search engines and your potential clients. But first, (No, we’re not going to take a selfie!), let’s review what we learned in the previous post!Read More
Photography Website SEO Checklist | We’ve come a long way since the introduction of the Word Wide Web less than 30 years ago. Not only is the technology behind the websites we interact with on a daily basis completely different, but the prices have considerably dropped – both hosting and web development services have never been more affordable. This is great news, but it comes with a different challenge: standing out in a time when pretty much anyone with some extra cash on their hands can have a website up and running in no time. This is where SEO, or search engine optimization, comes into play to save the day.Read More
Photography Website Design Checklist | One of the first things that photographers hear when they mention they need to work on their website is that they have it easy – after all, you’ve got the most challenging part already sorted out: the photos. It’s true – while other business owners need to scavenge the Internet to find photos that are not only affordable, but also appropriate for their brand and haven’t been overused by other businesses, photographers don’t need to worry about things like that. That, however, doesn’t mean that setting up a photography website is as simple as it may sound at first.Read More