Not too long ago I’d posted, asking for your help. I was in the process of reorganizing my online photography portfolio (and adding -immensely- to it). Well, I’d like to say that it’s all finished… it’s not. But it is as close as it’ll get just now.
A portfolio is never truly finished. As long as I’m still shooting, there will always be more to add. And I also have another 20 or 25 shoots to go through from last year which will likely add another 40-50 images. But for now? For now it’s done. LOL A week of heavy work has my brain numbed for the time being.
In the process of reworking my portfolio I also changed a number of other things at my website. I did away with the “favourites” section – which was interesting to me, but not so useful for my clients. Instead there is now a page featuring quotes from clients who were kind enough to share.
So… I hope you’ll stop by, and check out the changes. Hopefully you’ll find things to be more user-friendly. And I hope it helps you get to know me, and my work, a little better.
…and, if you don’t mind sharing, I’d love to know what you think of the changes.
I’ve begun the long process of updating my online portfolio. Today I’ve already put in six hours – and I’m not quite half way through pulling images from the last years worth of shoots. I shouldn’t have let it get so far behind, but what can I say? I love shooting, I love editing… but pulling photos for my portfolio? Not my idea of enjoyable. So I let it slide. Which is why it’s now such a large undertaking.
I’ll admit it, when I first set up my photography website I didn’t go all out when putting together the portfolio pages. Which is part of why I’m now in the conundrum I’m in. Do I keep them as is? Or is it time for a major revamp? I’m seriously looking for thoughts here.
When you browse through my portfolio in the future, how would you like to see things arranged? Do I keep things as they are (weddings, people, animals, and things)? Would you like to see things sorted by the type of shoot each image represents (couples, individuals, families, animals, weddings, events, and other)? Or is there some other way you’d prefer to browse? How would it be easiest for you?
Please take a minute to let me know your thoughts – even in just a couple of words. My online portfolio is there for YOU, so I want to ensure it’s set up in such a way that you find it as easy as possible to use. And thanks in advance. I really do appreciate your willingness to share.