I had a good time creating the last batch of quote images and saw such a great response, so I decided to spend some more time this evening creating a few more. Designing these I think really helps me to remember, not only the quotes, but the photographers and people who coined the phrases. Please feel free to pin them to Pinterest or share them on Facebook.
Helen Mirren isn’t a famous photographer, but I really liked this quote by her.
This quote is not by a photographer but I thought it was pretty funny.
Thanks for checking out these quotes about photography. Hope you liked them!
Really digging these photos by Mikko. Mikko Lagerstedt is a fine art photographer from Finland. He was born on November 1982 in a small town in Finland. He started his photography journey back in December 2008.
He fell in love with it straight away. Here’s a quote from him…
“I love to view the world from different perspectives. My goal is to pause the mysterious and atmospheric moments of everyday life. In our lives, things can go so fast that we forgot to enjoy the moments. Sometimes we need to stop and see the beauty of life and if I can make people stop and see it, I have succeeded.” – Mikko
Thank you for the visit, I hope you enjoy these photos. Be sure to check out his website for more.
Tripod is a new responsive WordPress theme with some nice features that make it stand out a bit from other photography geared themes including a centered logo, page-content builder and nice animation effects. It is responsive and Retina ready meaning it looks good on your iPhone or iPad, etc. It even has a built-in “like” system because we all know how much people love to like stuff.
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Here is the ultimate list of WordPress themes for photographers ever. I decided it was time to do something special and create the ultimate list. After all I was the first person to research and put posts together like this for photography themes.
I get asked a lot about what themes are good for photography and it helps for me to keep a list handy as a reference. Some themes might not look like photography themes right off the bat, but they are all themes I’d consider using for websites for all types of photographers… from portrait photographers, wedding photographers, nature photographers, photojournalists and even iPhonographers. This list of themes should work perfectly for any type of photography business though and even for amateur photographers just wanting to showcase their work.
WordPress is in my opinion by far the best possible CMS to use to power your photog site and this list of themes is testament to one of the reasons WordPress is so popular… the variety of outstanding themes created by passionate designers solely for WordPress offers photographers an even wider array of designs than ever before.
So here it is… the ultimate list. 141 themes and counting!
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If you like the look of cityscapes and skylines then you’ll love this post; 45 stunning examples of cityscape/skyline photography. I think It’s New York, Babe and a City of Fog are my favorites, which ones are yours? Continue reading 45 Stunning Examples of Cityscape / Skyline Photography
There are more and more WordPress themes for photographers popping up these days and it seems like almost every week new ones are being released. That can make it quite daunting of a task to find the perfect theme for your photography site. If you do a search on Themeforest(TF) right now there are currently 421 different themes that show up when you search for “photography” on TF. That’s when you fine-tune your search to only include WordPress themes. If you want to fine-tune your results even more you can sort by sales as well. And that’s what I’ve done here. Continue reading 30 Most Popular WordPress Photography Themes on Themeforest
HDR Photography is really quite stunning. So here is a collection of 36 breathtaking HDR photos for your enjoyment. Not familiar with HDR photography? Here’s what wikipedia has to say: high dynamic range imaging (HDRI or just HDR) is a set of techniques that allows a greater dynamic range between the lightest and darkest areas of an image than current standard digital imaging techniques or photographic methods. This wide dynamic range allows HDR images to represent more accurately the range of intensity levels found in real scenes, ranging from direct sunlight to faint starlight, and is often captured by way of a plurality of differently exposed pictures of the same subject matter…
Just check out these amazing HDR photos below. Continue reading 36 Breathtaking HDR Photos