What are the most important pieces of information you need on your photography website? Here’s a basic checklist:
- Your location. Whether that’s your city, state, or both.
- Contact info- including your email address. Don’t just rely on your contact form. Some people don’t like filling out forms or would rather email you directly with questions.
- QUALITY images over quantity. Show your best. Show what you want to book more of. If you don’t like shooting rustic barn weddings, don’t put them on your website. If you don’t like shooting weddings with large guest lists and big bridal parties, don’t put them on your website.
- Actual professional headshots. Don’t settle for selfies, outdated photos, or photos that don’t match your own shooting and editing style.
- A personalized “about me” page. Find a way to stand out from other photographers. Everyone knows you have a passion for photography- otherwise you wouldn’t be doing it. Of course you love capturing real moments, you love love, and you think documenting a growing family is important. Those are obvious things! Find what makes you different from the rest and talk about that!
Do you need some direction in your photography business? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for mentoring information!
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