by Sipoy Satish
Capture the magic of light with a photo that immortalizes that special moment.
Details that would often pass unnoticed, scenes from daily life, studio settings, wide-angles and macro photography: hundreds of photos that are taken for work or for fun, and all to be shared.
That stands out:
Think of your website as a stage and create a backdrop for your photos – the stars of the show. You can also decide to use your photos as the perfect background for your website pages!
Be creative: find the best way to make the most of your work by giving each picture the right emphasis. Put the best ones in the foreground, use close-ups and pans, group the supporting pictures of a story in a gallery. Above all, protect your work with a watermark, that acts as your signature.
To talk about:
A picture tells a story, but you can add the ending in words! Have you ever thought how many things you could write about in a blog? Each photo could be the starting point for a longer story: explain why you took it, what techniques you used or what trouble you had getting the right position and light. This is one way to be on the Internet – playing the part of yourself.
Your portfolio starts with you: the more your photos are seen by others, the more you’ll become known on the web! Use the grapevine: the social networks are the most fertile areas for the grapevine to grow so don’t forget to add buttons for Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest to your pages. They’ll act as your soundboard and help you and your photos gain visibility, all from one website!
You won’t always want your photographs to be seen by everybody. Create a members’ area and protect it with logins and passwords: only the people you authorize will be able to see the contents here. You can create a members’ area for each customer so they can view the portfolio book reserved for them and order prints online. The end result will be an excellent service!
To catch-up anywhere:
Many people may want to look at your photos on their tablets or smartphones: make sure they can!
December 2, 2017
October 27, 2017
October 27, 2017