About this eBookThis in-depth guide to using WordPress provides all the information needed to setup a professional website for your photography or take your existing site to the next level.
A cohesive and well-designed website is the single most important way to showcase and promote your photography online, and thanks to WordPress, building one doesn't have to break the bank.
While there are numerous WordPress resources on the web, none are written by a photographer for photographers. This book was specifically designed to maximize website usability for potential customers and help you avoid time consuming mistakes. Step-by-step guides will teach you everything about setting up WordPress, choosing a theme/design for your website, and adding content. Also included are advanced techniques for working with image galleries, importing image meta-data, optimizing image search, and a whole lot more!
What People Are Saying
Got the book last week. Had a website up in 1/2 a day. People have told me that it looks like a professionally designed website. I would never think of creating a portf Without this book, i would have spent month playing around with Wordpress. Instead, I can spend these month on something useful ... taking pictures and editing them :)"
- Dima Barsky
Great insight on how to use Wordpress effectively. I really like your ideas about the taxonomy of your photos. Time to work on my Wordpress site a little more and take the blog off the landing page and put the galleries where they belong. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED !"
— Alan Morris
There is enough of the information I needed in a concise manner to put my site redesign on a front burner...something that has been on the sidelines for over a year..."
— Scott Horwath
That WordPress book helped me out so much. I learned the basics in one night and had a blog up and running in the next day. I highly recommend it for anyone just starting out with WordPress."
— Jeremy Cupp
About the AuthorPeter Adams is a professional photographer and technologist. Peters love of photography started with a photo class in high school. It wasn’t long after untill he had a key to the darkroom and a camera with him everywhere he went. A few years later, he became a teaching assistant at the International Center of Photography (ICP) in New York City. This is where he saw his first Ansel Adams (no relation) exhibits where he remembers being mesmerized by the emotion, depth, and clarity of his images. From that moment on Peter strived to create that emotional impact in his images and prints. He has been trying ever since. Today Peter is based in Silicon Valley or “Startup Land” as he likes to call it. His work ranges from portraiture to landscapes. Peter also has a dedicated photo blog chronicling life and events in Silicon Valley.
About Stuck In Customs
StuckInCustoms.com is the #1 travel photography blog. It features Trey Ratcliff's travel photography, photography tutorials, photography workshops, free photography tips, free HDR tutorial, digital camera reviews and photo editing software reviews.
His photos and stories capture the beauty of exotic travel destinations and the humor of bizarre situations he often finds himself in. There is always something new, unexpected and beautiful to see.
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