East Hillside by Meagan Elling

East Hillside is a 5 page website with a blog design built for the professional wedding or portrait photographer. It features a refined, classic color scheme and typography that will draw clients into your polished, sophisticated website.

East Hillside Features:

  •  a blog sidebar
  • header images that fit the size of the screen being used
  • custom mobile site that is fully responsive and matches the desktop version
  • a blog design that matches the rest of your website

Website design by Meagan Elling

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