Design a Photography Site: Template Manipulation

Designing with Wix | May 31st 2010

Congratulations. You’ve finally decided to create a photography website – a smart move, especially in these days, when websites are no longer limited to computer geeks and fortune 500′s.
Whether you’re looking to set up your own portfolio, share your work with fellow photographers, or document your family’s trip to Guadalajara, a photography website can take you places at a speed that a no stack of Polaroids could match.
But wait a minute. You’re a newbie, you’ve never designed a website, and you’re concerned. Building and designing a website from scratch is a daunting mission.

Well, the good news is that you don’t have to. Wix has taken into consideration that while many of its clients are artists, not everybody is a born web designer, and that most folks want a quick and easy (yet elegant) way to set up a website. This is exactly where our ready-to-use templates come into the picture.

Wix offers a verity of templates for Photography websites which make a perfect solution for people who had Never created a website before and who want a website NOW, with as little hassle as possible. Our website builder is so easy to use that you don’t even have to choose a photography template.  Any template could be converted to fit your needs with as little as a few clicks.

Pay attention to the following delicious and brisk manipulation. Here we’ve taken a music template, clicked once to change logo, twice to change name, three times to change photos et Voila! A new photography website is born!

Designing a Photography Website: Template Manipulation

Designing a Photography Website: Template Manipulation

And the fun part – you could do just the same! There’s really no need to be stuck with an outdated, visually unappealing, or poorly structured website when you can easily ‘reinvent’ yourself just by changing background image and colors.

Here are two more template manipulations we created to inspire you. Feel free to send us your own by dropping us a comment below. Who knows, we might just feature them on the blog.

Designing a Photography Website: Template Manipulation


Designing a Photography Website: Template Manipulation

Designing a Photography Website: Template Manipulation

Designing a Photography Website: Template Manipulation


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