Photography websites: the secret to making a photo blog everyone will read
Free Tumblr blog themes
In some ways, Tumblr’s minimalist design makes it perfect for photo blogging. Here are three of our favourite themes, all available from the Tumblr theme selector.
The home page displays each photo in a large format, making it ideal for portfolios, it’s not a big theme for words, so is best suited for those who prefer to let the picture do the talking.
As the name suggests, this theme is perfect for displaying your photos in all their glory. Gallery posts look especially good, and the home page can have real impact on your visitors. There’s also plenty of room for text if you want to include it.
The beauty of Tumblr is that people can create their own themes for free distribution to other users, Grey Matter is one of those. It’s a fairly simple theme that will show off your photos well while also including plenty of space for words.
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PAGE 2: Best free photography websites – Tumblr, Jux
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PAGE 4: Should I pay for my photography website’s domain name?
PAGE 5: Should I pay for a photo blog template?
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PAGE 9: The best free Blogger blog themes for photography websites
PAGE 10: The best free Tumblr blog themes for photography websites
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on Wednesday, November 14th, 2012 at 2:00 am under Inspire.
Tags: photo ideas, professional photographer, share photos