The key to having an interesting photo is to have an interesting story about the photo. Every photo has a story. The story just must be thought out and written. That’s the hard part. I’ve made a template that I use and would like to share it and my thought process with you. Continue reading
I’ve always enjoyed my Smugmug website for hosting my photos, but recently I made a change to Fine-Art America. Here’s why: Continue reading
One distinct advantage that any photography website can have over another is the “load time.” This is the time it takes for a visitor to see and interact with the website.
If a site loads too slow, the viewer will not stick around to see the artist’s content. (click to tweet)
Here is a video that shows the load times of my site at larslentzphotography.com compared with Peter Lik’s site at lik.com:
Updated: One of the most difficult things for professional photographers is setting up a website to showcase their photos and knowing what works for selling photos on the internet. I say that this doesn’t have to be hard if you model the success of others! How?