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[NEW] Horizon – Minimalist Portfolio Website Theme

Introducing a new portfolio website theme – HORIZON to our collection of themes for photographers, artists and designers.

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Horizon is super-minimal portfolio theme with a collapsed hamburger menu. With a fixed, transparent header and a large dynamic grid home page, Horizon presents a fluid, smooth experience on all devices.

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10 Tips to Make Your Online Portfolio Stand Out From Others

Before the advent of dot com boom, photographers & creative artists used to rely on printed portfolios. Distributing their portfolios among close friends, family and relatives, they hoped to get assignments through ‘word-of-mouth marketing’. With the rapid growth in internet & online marketing, the creative artists all over the world have witnessed this metamorphosis of those dull, printed portfolio books into online portfolio websites. Whether you’re a photographer, videographer, or any creative artist, having your own portfolio website is so imperative that without having one, you cannot expect leads to come directly over to your door-steps. As the world gets digital at this unprecedented rate, having an online portfolio website that stands out from the crowd can definitely earn you an edge over the competitors!

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Pixpa reviewed by Howard Steele, Editor-in-Chief of SuperWebsiteBuilders.com

Howard Steele has reviewed hundreds of website builders on his website SuperbWebsiteBuilders.com, which has become possibly the best resource for anyone looking for an in-depth, balanced advice on choosing a website builder. Howard had reviewed Pixpa a couple of years back, but with the new Pixpa v5.0 being a complete revamp of the product, we wanted him to give us his insights on the new-look Pixpa. Here is what he said in his review...

Outstanding Online Portfolio Galleries for Portrait Photographers

The most difficult thing for me is a portrait. You have to try and put your camera between the skin of a person and his shirt. – Henri Cartier-Bresson

It is perhaps this difficulty in portrait photography, that one makes it deserve only the best when it comes to showcasing your work.  Given that the whole essence is to communicate something about the people in the portraits – such as their personality, it is vital that this personality is not lost in translation – that from a photograph in print to a photograph in digital.

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How to master the art of Wedding Photography in India

Photography is an art which requires the artist to master it with adequate precision, technique and equipment. Here’s providing quick tips for wedding photographers to avoid common mistakes.

A. Before the wedding

  • Check the equipment Get your gear out and go over the following – which lenses will you be using in case of bright or dull light; whether the camera batteries are fully charged and does the memory card have enough space to store hundreds of photos. Do not forget to carry two cameras, in-fact two of all equipment. Also carry the necessary tools around for out of control contingencies like bad weather.

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