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What should be included? How should it read? First person or third person voice? Should there be a client list or should it be separate.
By combining the two sets of information, the site can do away with an unnecessary page or click, and make it even easier to contact the photographer without having to click away. People love to read about other people, and get some idea of what it may be like to work with them.
Does it welcome the visitor in, and is that important for you? Depending on different styles of photography, and the style of the site, the contact page must be reflect that unique style.
Introduce yourself and introduce the unique style you have. Tell them a little about yourself. You can say a lot by saying a little. You can tell them a story, be bold, be humble, be yourself.
It is important to let people know what you do and how well you do it. If you have something that makes you special, let them know. It is vital to be clear when you set yourself off from the competition.
Being witty and humorous can be a good thing. Being a jerk can be a problem. Be certain, really certain, that what you think is clever and funny is indeed that, and not dirty, snobby or condescending.
Some people tell photographers to not tip off where they live so as to not chase away someone in another state or city. I am the opposite. Be upfront about everything. You can let them know you are only a few hours away by plane, and work the region, nation or internationally with ease.
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No amount of overstatement can be worth it if your found out. That can be devastating. Take a look at what we have, and think about how you will present yourself.
The photographers below represent new shooters and established as well as a few in between. The About page is a great place to include the social media that you are involved in.
Ashley at Bottle Bell takes a very personal approach with the About Page. Jason Bell uses a third person approach. The information features some of the people he has photographed as well as accomplishments including published books.
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A Venue of Vultures (MB) I read my poem "A Venue of Vultures" from the book Dirt Songs, published by The Backwaters Press, This reading was recorded and produced by Barry Wick.
This photo by photographer Sid Spelts, shows me during a recording session. The Soul of the Camera, The Photographer's Place in Picture-Making is the release from best-selling photographer and author David duChemin, published by Rocky Nook. For the first time Janus photographer Vic Barnes lifts the lid on his eighteen extraordinary years working for the spanking magazine between and