A photography website, like any other website, should enhance and improve your methods of doing things. You must consider what it is that you want your website to do for you. Just having a website for the sake of having one – can become a burden and usually a costly disappointment.
Begin by determining your website’s purpose. For example, do you want to show your photography work? Do you want to show your photography work for possible sales or for future clients and customers? Are you looking to extend your reach beyond your local community? Or, are you looking to extend your reach throughout the world? Of course, technology allows worldwide reach.
For the most efficient and effective photography website, I suggest that you also consider a website option that fits your style. For example, are you tech savvy? Do you have time to keep up with technology? Do you have time to learn how to keep up?
Photography Website Consideration – Automation and the Technology “Heavy Work”
There are many very bad choices for a photography website. Also, there are a great deal of very good options for a photography website that fits your personal style. For me, I don’t like to spend a lot of time keeping up with all the latest website technology. Yet, I want my website to be as automated as possible and as easy to use as possible for visitors. My website option has to include a web hosting company that does all of the technical work for me.
Also, I want to be able to access my website and be able to make changes and updates whenever I choose. I prefer easy-to-do-and-understand website controls. And I must be able to reach technical support when, and if, I need help.