WordPress Plugins For Photographers

If you’re a freelance photographer, you’ll need a method to display your work in a way that will do it justice. WordPress is one of the better solutions to create your website in. You can update content in seconds and the versatility and ability offered by WordPress that allows you to render your content means that you could make your WordPress website look the any way that you want.

If you’re new to WordPress, plugins are probably the best way for you to customize your WordPress website. They add more options. Much like downloading an app on your iPhone or adding a brand new brush into Adobe Photoshop.


Gallery Plugins

These plugins allow you to integrate your photos into either a basic gallery web page or portfolio page so you’re able to display your photography work. A wonderful way to do just that is to display your photographs in a gallery or slide show format. These plugins provide you with a simple way to place your photographs on the first page of the site or even inside of pages and posts.


WordPress gallery Feature

A lot of people do not realize that WordPress includes a built-in feature specifically for showing photographs. If you prefer a no-headache way of displaying plenty of graphics fast, simply add your images to your post and utilize the gallery short code in the post and you are done. The standard configuration offers an excellent grid system with thumbnails of every photograph you add to the post. You can also easily tweak the style and functionality around each image that you embed into your content.


NextGEN Gallery

If you’re ready to get a wordpress plugin that allows you to tweak every aspect of your slide show presentation, then NextGEN Gallery is perfect for you. This could be the quickest solution to presenting your work online. You can also tweak the gallary with additional display choices like rounded corners, quantity of columns, etc.

After the plugin is installed, you’ll have a new option inside your sidebar. You manually make every gallery with plugin assistance and can control a variety of options. As soon as you’ve modified the content you can include the gallery into a page or post using short codes. Everything from watermarks to rounded corners, to randomized slide shows is offered.


Featured Content Slider

This plugin is a strong option if you wish to put a small summary of text adjacent to every photo on your website and it’s quite simple to get started. Simply write and publish an post, then upload a photo through the post edit page and make that photo your featured content check a box on the bottom of the article editor, and the plugin takes over from there. You just place the short code featured slider where ever you would like the slider show up or use the PHP code snippet supplied in the documentation to hard code the slider into the website header or any other section of the website.


This article was written by Elliot McInnis and provided exclusively to the website which you are viewing it on. Elliot is a full time web developer and writes on a variety of topics related to developing and using photography website templates.

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