Things to consider when building an online store for your photography website

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Published on: August 25, 2014

Developing your own photography website from scratch requires as much careful creation and crafting as your best shot. If you want a top notch, working photography site that matches both your current and likely future needs then the first step is always to plan your site.

At the development stage it is important to consider two things; the first is what you want your site to do. It is key here to consider not just what you feel your site will need now, but also to consider the future of the site. What may you want to add in future in order to keep people visiting the site?

For example, if you are simply building a site to showcase your work, then that is fine, but if at some point you want to consider selling your pictures, then ideally you would like your site designed so that this change (and any others) can be implemented as quickly, securely and inexpensively as possible. For example, websites like rebilly.com can help you out with all the recurring and subscription payments implementation system.

Designing your site is therefore key as is picking the right team in order to develop your site. There are many companies and individuals out there that can build you a website from a template, but depending on your budget, you may wish to spend a little extra to make yours unique.

Another aspect to consider is protecting your photographs. You’ll need to make sure that people cannot simply download your images for free. A little research is always a good idea here to see how other sites protect the intellectual copyright of their photographers work.

If you are planning on selling your photographs, then you’ll also need a secure, reliable and integrated shopping cart system. Not only does this have to be secure for your potential customers, but also for you and your site to ensure that hackers cannot gain access to the cart and manipulate it or the information that it may contain.

Lastly, you need to consider size. Storing photographs can eat up a lot of space, so buying a smaller website initially may only meet your requirements for a short space of time. Consider how much space your site will need now and in the future and build accordingly.

Clever planning now will ensure that your new site hits the ground running and people will spend more time appreciating your shots, rather than complaining about the problems encountered on the site.…

Instant Online Tech Support for Photographers

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Published on: March 25, 2014

The face of professional photography has changed, and many photographers now do the bulk of their work online. From creating professional portfolios online to storing photos in the cloud, computers and Internet technology has allowed photographers to expand their business in ways that they never thought possible. One of the most effective ways professional photographers can protect their work and their business is to have access to instant online technical support for data recovery and cloud assistance 24 hours a day in order to keep everything running smoothly.

Data Recovery

There are few things less disastrous for photographers who store the bulk of their work online to be hit with a virus and lose access to work they have yet to back up. This situation can be even more worrisome if the photos were part of a paid project, such as for a wedding or some other event that cannot be duplicated. Having instant online access to tech support when and where you need it can help you recover photos that would otherwise be lost forever, which could end up losing you time, money, and business.

Cloud Storage Support

If you’re like many professional photographers, you probably store a great deal of your portfolio and recent work on the cloud as well as on your hard drive in order to back up your work. However, when something goes wrong and you find yourself locked out of the cloud, you may not be able to finish a paid project on time. When you have access to instant online technical support, certified technicians can help you discover the problem and offer you additional computer security both off and online so glitches that may affect your ability to access the cloud don’t hamper your work or destroy photos that you cannot replace, giving your business the edge it needs to succeed. …

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