Selecting the right images to include in your portfolio can be a daunting task, but the reality is that sometimes more isn’t better, it’s just more. In fact, the “more” in your portfolio may be confusing your potential clients. Knowing what to include and what to leave out can be the difference between your phone ringing off the hook or you hearing crickets. Join us for next week’s Showit Live when professional photographer Stuart Thurlkill shares advice and answers your questions on how to build a focused portfolio for your photography business.
Antiquarian was built for fine art photographers — inspired by shooting film and all things vintage, this site design exemplifies a classic layout that’s perfect for displaying your beautiful images where it matters most — on the home page. With three different gallery layouts to choose from and clean but unique ‘About’ and ‘Details’ pages, […]
Hillcrest is a contemporary website for bold and fun photographers. Geometry, asymmetry, a complementary color scheme, and plenty of negative space will catch the eye of visitors who are fun and creative like you. This design is anything but boring! Hillcrest contains multiple pages, is easily customizable, and includes a matching blog and corresponding mobile […]
Have you be able to step away from your computer long enough to notice it’s July already? If you have to edit photos, you have to edit photos. However, there is no reason to add to your time indoors and becoming a slave to social media. This month you have to promise yourself that you […]
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