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Show Me Your DreamWeaver-Built Site

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Wisconsinart
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Message posted at 11/19/2011, 08:29:21 AM by Wisconsinart
It's been years since I did anything with my web site and I think it's time to take my photography to new levels. Plus it wouldn't hurt to learn DreamWeaver since it's incluuded with my Photoshop suite.



So... post links to web sites you created with DreamWeaver, I would like to see what the possibilities are.



Thanks
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Maigi
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Message posted at 11/20/2011, 16:13:59 PM by Maigi
Erm... with Dreamweaver you can build ANY site.

Great way to learn about DW is by Adobe videos: http://tv.adobe.com/watch/learn-dreamweaver-cs5/getting-started-gs-what-is-dreamweaver-cs5-/
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Wisconsinart
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Message posted at 11/25/2011, 12:47:35 PM by Wisconsinart
Maybe I should just ask for examples of "good" photographer sites period.



I've been doing searches on FINE ART PHOTOGAPHER in general and it seems virtually everyone is having their sites built by a 13 year old nephew. Poorly designed, poor perfomance.
Nikon D800, D100, Canon G15

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Maigi
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Message posted at 11/25/2011, 13:30:43 PM by Maigi
Isn't that always the case? Well, almost.

And when you look at the respectable company's website, you can see photos taken by enthusiastic smartphone owner and not professional photographer. That's life. We want to get everything cheap. ;)

Coming back to websites - it's possible to build crappy sites with Dreamweaver.
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