In the last two years, increasing numbers of my web design clients have been photographers and most of those wanted me to integrate their blog and Photoshelter archive.
Over time, I have been won over by the power and flexibility of Photoshelter. Based on what I was able to achieve for my clients, I found myself continually recommending something I didn’t even have! Meanwhile, my old photography site was gathering dust as every time I wanted to add new pictures, it felt like a small web design project; it was just too much effort. I finally bit the bullet late 2010 and got myself a photoshelter account, made a new website and did what I have done for many of my customers – integrate them seamlessly.
Whilst developing my website, I was talking to Photoshelter about the possibility of becoming a consultant and now in early 2011, both of these labours have borne fruit, as I now blog about becoming a Photoshelter Consultant on my new website!
So what does this mean?
I am now one of only 3 Full Consultants accredited by Photoshelter and the only based one in Europe. So as well as being able to advise on all regular web design issues, I can also handle any part of the Photoshelter workflow that your too busy taking pictures to do yourself.
If your interested in hiring me, you can also read more on my web design site, which specialises in web design for photographers and photoshelter integrations or simply contact me here and ask any questions you may have.