WordPress is a world of creativity, and the best of it comes forward with photography and related themes. Whether you’re a photography beginner just starting out, a professional with a huge stack of pictures already to your name, an enthusiast, or just an avid photo-blogger; you’ll find the best ways to showcase your work online […]
Arguably one of the most important stages of a website design is the mockup phase. Building upon a general wireframe is quite detailed because you need to think about composition and specific user interface elements. Including photographs in a website mockup is one way to encapsulate a specific tone or style of content. When done properly it looks outstanding; When done improperly it looks puerile and inefficacious.
In this post I’d like to share a few tips for composing websites with the use of stunning photography. While the quality of a photo itself is exceptionally important you must also consider placement and direction. Photography in web design should add to the overall company image or add to some pieces of content on the page. Along with these tips browse through some related photography websites to get ideas for your own mockups.
As we’re moving into September the seasons begin to change once again. This is a beautiful time of year for personal reflection and coming to terms with our position in life. I have always had a strong emotional attachment to the Fall, with such a brilliant display of colors and scenery.
In this showcase I’ve collected 35 examples of eye-popping color photographs in Autumn. These photos include dense forests, cityscapes, small towns, farmland, and dozens of other natural landscapes. I hope this collection may provide inspiration for designers and photographers around the world. It is also my hope to evoke a sense of security and novelty to open yourself to new ideas and new opportunities.