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It seems that the vast majority of photographers have now embraced the online world by having their work displayed on their own websites, or by displaying their work on other sites, most commonly social media. Needless to say, photographers who are just starting out and who have a portfolio they want to share should definitely consider building a website in order to promote themselves. The way people use the internet is changing all the time, and photographers should keep tabs on how their niche is evolving in order to stay ahead of the pack.
Creating a website is the place to begin, Websites for Photographers makes this process very simple, whist offering a solution for building a professional looking website with little technical knowledge. From your website you can then link in with various social media websites like Facebook and Twitter, but also popular photo sharing sites such as Flickr and Instagram. Being a member of these sites is a means of drawing others to your own website. This method of gathering interest in photography and gaining new clients forms a picture of the future of photography online.
The internet as a platform is all about visuals, and it has been proven that when an update on a social media site contains a picture instead of simply words it receives far more attention. In this way photographers could be said to have the upper hand. People use images in so many different ways on the internet, which means that photographers are well placed to spread their work and also to come up with new ways to send their pictures to fans and clients alike.
The site Pinterest is highly popular, and basically consists of users pinning interesting images to the site. Photographers can show their work on here and also link back to their own website. Another way for photographers to utilise the internet in order to make a living is to sell prints of their pictures via their website. Visitors can brows through a portfolio and choose to purchase a copy of the photo, or even the original to decorate their homes or offices. You can ensure your customers are getting something unique by selling each original shot only once. A good idea would be to combine the two, by selling some shots as copies and others as originals.
The way in which we view and purchase photography is changing because of the internet. No longer do we need to go to an exhibition or a gallery to view pictures, we can now view them from our own computer screens. The internet makes photography far more accessible to a much wider audience of people who otherwise would not have considered collecting photographs a feasible interest. Again Websites for Photographers makes this feasible and cost effective with ecommerce functionality and integration with PayPal as standard.
Since digital cameras are now so commonplace, more and more people are choosing photography as a viable career choice and a hobby. Even better is the fact that an audience is basically at our fingertips, with a little work at building a photography website and social media presence.
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