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Best free website for photogs?

What free webpage builders or sites do you guys use for a basic portfolio set up to display images to potential clients, any recommendations?

by Brad DeCecco at 2008-10-02 16:40:10 UTC New York City , United States | Bookmark | | Report spam→

i think fotologue is pretty nice but seems to be down on occasion. i have a link in my profile.

by Jay Davis | 03 Oct 2008 05:10 | Los Angeles, United States | | Report spam→
I used http://www.jalbum.net with banana skin.modified the skin,I paid the fee to get the intro off. But there are a few skins that might work for you, you just need to tweak them a bit,but it’s free and gives you many options to adjust to your needs.
Here’s my link: http://www.a-kornfeld.com

by Andreas Kornfeld | 10 Oct 2008 13:10 | | Report spam→
Andreas, your site appears as a blank white page in my standard browser, Firefox 2 (Mac OS X). It shows up fine and looks good in Safari and Opera. Personally I’m not a fan of Flash navigation, though, because I think some photo editors aren’t going sit through the “Loading” screen, but I can’t complain about the appearance – it looks clean.

by [former member] | 13 Oct 2008 17:10 | Dharamsala, India | | Report spam→
To anyone just getting in to photography, either of these options—in fact anything—is better than Flickr!!!!

Flickr is difficult to navigate and ugly. Avoid!

by Myles Little | 20 Feb 2009 18:02 | New York, United States | | Report spam→
Doesn’t iweb need to be used with mobile me? I already have it so I’m not sure if you can use it separately from Apple online service.

by Jonathan JK Morris | 24 Feb 2009 12:02 | Swansea, United Kingdom | | Report spam→
Carbonmade is good for portfolios of 35 images or less. You can open as many as you want as long as you use a different email address. There are minor appearance choices.

by Clive Victor France | 26 Feb 2009 08:02 | Tokyo, Japan | | Report spam→

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Brad DeCecco, Photographer Brad DeCecco
(2007 PDN 30 Award)
New York City , United States
Jay Davis, Photographer & teacher Jay Davis
Photographer & teacher
Los Angeles , United States ( LAX )
Andreas Kornfeld, Photographer Andreas Kornfeld
[undisclosed location].
Myles Little, Associate Photo Editor Myles Little
Associate Photo Editor
New York , United States
Jonathan JK Morris, Photojournalist Jonathan JK Morris
Swansea , United Kingdom
Clive Victor France, Media/Photographer Clive Victor France
Tokyo , Japan


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