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Hey guys. Check out my new website. Not completely finished. Feedback appreciated.

www.aaronshorephotography.com
 

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looks great.  The only thing that I would suggest is to expand your gallery, and maybe divide it into sections.
Yeah. Thats coming too. I plan on having several gallery tabs. But, they do teach you in photography business courses (regarding the gallery) to offer just a taste, not the whole meal......LOL, If you get the point. I do plan on expanding though.
 

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looks great.  The only thing that I would suggest is to expand your gallery, and maybe divide it into sections.
Yeah. Thats coming too. I plan on having several gallery tabs. But, they do teach you in photography business courses (regarding the gallery) to offer just a taste, not the whole meal......LOL, If you get the point. I do plan on expanding though.
totally understand.
 

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SW, has a good point. To expand upon it. Don't treat your website as a something that will bring in business on its own. I have seen that strategy fail for many people. The successful photographers I know (its only a few) treat their sites as extensions of their portfolio. Prospective clients and art directors go to their site to review their prior work. Having a large well organized gallery is important.

Here are a couple references:

http://www.dyll.com

http://www.sbmoments.com/
 
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