Featured User, Jon Kempner: Framing Buildings

Winston Churchill once said “We shape our buildings; thereafter they shape us.” British photographer Jon Kempner builds on that concept in his body of photographic work, crafting images that allow us to experience some of the world’s most unique architecture from afar. Kempner describes his work as “architectural portraiture”, and […]

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How to Sync Your Photos in Lightroom With WordPress

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There’s no doubt that we’re spoilt for choice when it comes to powerful photo editing software – for instance, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom provides astounding functionality at a relatively cheap price. The same can be said for creating websites, especially when using WordPress. However, combining them effectively as one solution for […]

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A Beginner’s Guide to Building a Killer WordPress Photography Website (in 5 Steps)

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As a visual medium, your photography deserves to be seen, and the best way to showcase it is by creating a killer website. However, doing so is tough to get right. By not having a website in this day and age, you’ll come across as a modern day caveman. Fortunately, there are some simple and logical steps […]

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How to Use the Right Keywords For Increased Sales on Your Photography Website

Photography website keywords

While there are a number of ways visitors can potentially find your photography, search is the most vital method. If your website doesn’t offer a keyword search function, visitors may head to other sites that do – and the drop in traffic could hammer your sales figures. Just as search is crucial for […]

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How Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages Project Affects Photography Websites

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Back in October 2015, Google announced the launch of a project that may change the internet forever. The Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) project makes static pages and images load faster than ever before, and despite the youth of the project, big names like Pinterest, WordPress, and Twitter have all voiced their support. […]

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