Updated: Apr 22
When it comes to presenting work online, you can say that photographers have it easy. Compared to other companies that often have to settle for archive photos or hire a professional to get great website photos, photographers have no shortage of beautiful photos to choose from when creating an online portfolio.
But with all that said, any photographer can regret working with an erratic art form. A delicate balance between art and science, all that is needed is the wrong lighting or the wrong printing paper to ruin the image they have worked so hard to create. When it comes to presenting images online, photographers require a quality platform to showcase their work. Fortunately, Wix offers a suite of online solutions for creating the perfect online portfolio of photos. From tools like Wix Pro Gallery, a multimedia gallery that displays the highest quality images available online - to robust photography templates with everything needed to create the perfect photography-themed websites, we've got you covered.
Are you looking for inspiration to showcase your photos online? Take a look at these beautiful examples of the photo portfolio, all created on Wix.
Lisa Michele Burns
Lisa's portfolio lets her amazing photos do it all. Her website is essentially a large Wix Pro Gallery where she beautifully displays her images in the highest quality available online. All it takes is one click to share Lisa's photos via email or social media.
To showcase his extensive photo portfolio without overwhelming visitors, Max Montgomery uses his main gallery as an access to each project. The same structure can be used to emphasize your works when creating a design portfolio.
Skyler uses its website to provide an overview of all aspects of its portfolio website, from video and portraits to product and travel photography.
This unique photography portfolio is the perfect blend of art and style.
After an inviting video splash page, you need to see Dory's beautifully tiled website. By showing pictures filled with so many details and depth, it's easy to get lost when you look at them!
A picture says more than a thousand words, and that's why Kyle Taylor's photography website only consists of a full-featured slider.
Hilary is a photographer based in South Africa who uses the beautiful surroundings of her home base to pamper viewers with beautiful images of African wildlife. We love how Hilary uses the parallax scrolling effect to keep visitors captivated.
To stand out from the crowd, you must first go outside the box. Hana's photography portfolio is unlike any other we've ever seen. The great use of parallax scrolling and an asymmetrical layout, together with the unique placement of the menu as vertical text throughout the site, make this site almost impossible to forget.
Using the Instagram Feed app, New York Times contributor Andrew Scriviani makes sure his site always shows the best examples of his appetizing work.
Miu Vermillion is a skilled editorial photographer who uses his website as a great tool to keep in touch with fans. We love how she included social sites and a blog on her site.
It wanted the bride
If the goal of your website is for people to hire your services, you should follow the steps in this example photo portfolio. By displaying their packages on the website, these two wedding photographers ensure that potential customers learn the details of their offers, while at the same time falling in love with their work.
Simply put, Roshini's website makes us happy. Colorful images mixed with interesting layouts provide one fashion photography page that we can not stop browsing.
Last updated December 10, 2019.
Freddy Fix borrowed from Wix