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Blugraphic
if you are a photographer and you need a photography website to display your work.. & with a link to dreamstime.. i can do it for you guys !
Posted: 03/31/2009, 13:49:18 PM
Torchdesigns
What kind of photography web sites do you design? do you have a link to your portfolio as far as web design goes? :-)
Posted: 03/31/2009, 15:57:31 PM
Kenneystudios
Who are you and what are your credentials?
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Posted: 03/31/2009, 21:37:56 PM
Thayyilani
First show us your website. :)
Nikon D300, Nikkor 55-200mm, Nikkon 18-200mm
Edited: 04/01/2009, 03:04:12 AM
Fleyeing

Originally posted by Kenneystudios:
Quoted Message: Who are you and what are your credentials?


Google is yer friend, or yer enemy ;-)

BluGraphicDesign - turn off sound since it pops up with loud muzak, and in Flash.

blu, studio associato di monica citro e giorgio pagni - p .IVA e cod. fisc. 10845890150



For those who like an Open Source free solution, there is still Coppermine Gallery, Joomla and Wordpress.

Canon 5DMKII, 24-70, 70-200, strobes
Edited: 05/08/2009, 01:46:52 AM
Torchdesigns
Hmmm. You have a decent web site but perhaps just a little too much flash. The web is designed to be fast, clients want to get to the point. Designers go in and make it look good, but they still have to remember what the customer wants. :-)
Posted: 05/08/2009, 09:28:59 AM
Foolonthehill09
Well I for one am not going to wait for flash to load, does anyone want to sit for minutes watching an animated loading logo? Cut the flash and get on with the site is my advice, landing page should be as fast loading as possible. With that site BluGraphicDesign you probably lose over 50% of potential visitors if not more before they see what you have to offer.
Olympus E-1 DSLR Canon T80 SLR Kodak DX7440
Posted: 06/27/2009, 05:45:03 AM
Esaumd
The validation for his web site failed! He is not following the web standards.
Posted: 07/04/2009, 11:45:15 AM
Liquidfire

Originally posted by Esaumd:
Quoted Message: The validation for his web site failed! He is not following the web standards.




I don't know any web standards, but I must say the flash takes too long and it takes me a very long while to find out how to navigate... not that it worked.
Posted: 08/15/2009, 17:23:05 PM
Rblissett
not following web standards, who cares! Does it load in IE6 and up, yes, does it load in Firefox, yes. The only standard I look at when designing a site is will it load in those 2 browsers and I also usually look at Safari. As far standards are concerned, the majority of "users" don't know or care if it's compliant or not. They just want it to function and look good.



Sorry to rant, I'm just not a huge fan of the standards for standards sake argument.
- 300 Canon EF lens 14 mm prime full frame fisheye lens...
Posted: 02/16/2010, 04:33:01 AM
Luckybeggar
Hi to all,

I'm new here but i must agree with Rblissett about standards. As long as a website loads quickly and you can follow the links easily who cares about standards.



Have you tried running Google, Yahoo, and many of the top names out there to check the standards ... I have found quite a few with lots of problems but they still work.



I've just done a validation for http://google.com at WC3 and the result is: 40 Errors, 2 warning(s). Now if they don't care why should we.



In my opinion there are far too many sites out there with lots of flash and to be honest if a website doesn't load in around 10 seconds I'm afraid I've moved on.



Best wishes to everyone.

Posted: 03/20/2010, 16:20:36 PM
Redhenry
I don't mean to be rude but there are alot of problems with the site, somebody asking for money in return for web design services should know their stuff.



+ Using tables for layout, why?

+ Please don't have sound on by default!

+ Flash isn't exactly the best SEO solution. I'm sure you want people to actually find your images online!?

+ Validation errors galore.
Posted: 08/06/2010, 08:28:26 AM
Jvecc1
Hello Blue



Blue the site is very nice but the Flash is always a issue. Not your fault but it is just a thing that works best when a site is hosted by one of these big commercial server companies with mega power. Mega power means mega bucks for the average person. See the gimmic is that regardless of what version of Flash, or any animation program, is that they know you will need further mega power services. Let us not forget to mention the power of the individual home computers. Just my opinion and I hope it helps out a bit.



Good Luck Blue
Posted: 08/06/2010, 09:36:52 AM
Fleyeing

Originally posted by Redhenry:
Quoted Message: I don`t mean to be rude but there are alot of problems with the site, somebody asking for money in return for web design services should know their stuff.

+ Using tables for layout, why?

+ Please don`t have sound on by default!

+ Flash isn`t exactly the best SEO solution.

I`m sure you want people to actually find your images online!?+ Validation errors galore.


Exactly. Two new articles Your site. Do you really need it? and SEO for your site. Basically you'll have to decide what your goal is: direct sales, show off portfolio (for instance to prospective assignment customers), or funnel traffic to your agency/ies. Flash can be OK if linked to a blog. Google loves blogs even more than static sites (anybody can do that for free on Wordpress).

I'm planning to write a short buyers' guide for DT (only) so my goal is the buyers, more and more. DT has one of the best referral plans around, especially with the new free images search box that serves as a fyke to DT referrals.

Canon 5DMKII, 24-70, 70-200, strobes
Edited: 08/08/2010, 19:05:46 PM
Maigi
I have one more opinion, if I may. And it's about why personal websites are better that building your site on established photosite or strictly on free templates or in some free environment.

The reason is that the main interest of photosites and free sites is to promote their own site. They are not focused on your exposure. They offer free space or services to draw traffic to their sites where they offer also payed serviced and goods.

It's not bad take advantage of their offers, cause they help you, you help them. But it's not the best solution for you. For them it is, of course.

The best solution for you is to find a web designer with SEO (search engine optimization) knowledges and he can build you the website what is focused on your needs and your exposure. If you want to make a business with your photos, you sound more reliable when you have your own site.

Only a good website design doesn't help you. You need SEO to be found via search engines and marketing strategies to promote your website. Free sites don't offer you that.
Canon 550D, Tamron AF 18-270mm, Canon 50mm, Wacom Intuos4 M, Adobe CS6
Edited: 08/10/2010, 03:38:45 AM
Makmasti
Hey guys check out my website.

My Photography website

Sony cybershot H10
Posted: 08/16/2010, 05:19:30 AM
Ptoone
You can get hosting for just $5.78 per month here and use Fantastico to install Wordpress 3.0 automatically. I love wordpress and use it for all my sites.



Wordpress hosting = Thexyz Network Hosting
Scanner, Adobe Illustrator, Brushes, Pens, Olympus E510 & Nikon D80.
Posted: 08/18/2010, 22:47:40 PM
Fleyeing

Originally posted by Ptoone:
Quoted Message: You can get hosting for just $5.78 per month here and use Fantastico to install Wordpress 3.0 automatically. I love wordpress and use it for all my sites. Wordpress hosting
Wordpress is a great choice, and it's updated very regularly. It's more blog-oriented (time-organized articles) and static pages are limited. I mostly use Joomla. It's more complicated but it also has much more possibilities for static pages: it is more articles-oriented in a timeless manner.



Your hosting for 5.78$ doesn't probably include multidomains? I have the unlimited domains shared server plan on Hostgator for about 10$/month but I run 9 domains on it.



For the Wordpressers: you can get free hosting plus Wordpress on the Wordpress.org site.
Canon 5DMKII, 24-70, 70-200, strobes
Posted: 08/29/2010, 11:20:27 AM
Hipgnosis
Hello everyone,

I have some useful informations for those who want an photo website.

Just started to work on it few hours ago and here you can see the results:

www.gherasim.com

I used an wordpress theme from here: http://graphpaperpress.com/

and the watermarked pictures I downloaded from dreamstime.com.

No Flash is used and the site it is loading fast enough from my location.

Also it is looking great on iPad.
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Posted: 08/29/2010, 12:08:04 PM
Motadacruz
You can put a couple of your photos on www.promotographer.com.



Nothing wrong with some free promoting :)
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Edited: 09/11/2010, 16:38:27 PM
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