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31 May 2012 6:47PM
i made myself a very simple portfolio site ([link=]www.tierataylorphotography.com[/link])

its a little too simple for my liking (not layout wise, but interface wise when im loading pictures, etc)

are there any good portfolio sites that are low in price, and provide hosting?

any feedback is appreciated as well Smile

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KarenFB Plus
12 5.0k 171 England
31 May 2012 6:50PM
I'm afraid your link says 'the address is not valid'!
saltireblue Plus
8 7.9k 33 Norway
31 May 2012 6:50PM

Quote:I'm afraid your link says the 'address is not valid'!

31 May 2012 6:51PM

lets try that again www.tierataylorphotography.com
KarenFB Plus
12 5.0k 171 England
31 May 2012 6:53PM
That's better!

I quite like the simplicity!
MarkBroughton 10 286 1 England
31 May 2012 6:56PM
Yes the link didnt work for me either, but a quick google search brings up your site. Some really nice images in there. I have tried a few, and the ones I would recommend are Photium and Foliopic which are both very reasonably priced, are easy to setup and have lots of options to customise to your liking. They look very professional too. Lots of folk on here have either sites.

Welcome to epz too Smile Hope you get as much out of the site as I have and continue to...

31 May 2012 7:01PM
well thanks Smile

i just heard about foliopic yesterday and it caught my interest, i'll have to look into both of those

as for set up, im fairly advanced, so that parts not an issue.. well.. maybe its the current issue since its such a simple site and i cant control much of it Tongue
speedprint 10 18 United Kingdom
31 May 2012 7:15PM
31 May 2012 8:31PM
Well hi guys, this is the first time I have really posted on here. If you wanted to drop me a private message on here with a few details of what you would want the site to do and I could give you a quick and easy quote to include hosting costs and the like Smile
1 Jun 2012 3:05PM
i should also mention im only paying about $20-$25 a year for this site.. so i guess that would come into the deciding factor when switching my portfolio over
Pete Plus
17 18.8k 97 England
1 Jun 2012 3:09PM
foliopic is one of our products and we can help you if you get stuck setting it up. Even the basic version is more expensive than you're currently paying though, but it looks like it would have many more features than you currently have.
1 Jun 2012 3:13PM
the setting up is no problem, luckily. my next idea is to just code my own site and have full control of everything. im already doing it for my other website (not photography related), so i may as well do it for both haha.

otherwise.. maybe just an overhaul of my current page is in order, and maybe emailing them to find out about more storage.

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