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Harrell Photo
Join Date: Feb 2009
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What is more important??

Alright people here is a topic to hash about. I let my photography website as well as my domain name expire when I got serious about my now wife not to mention that my webmaster abruptly quit a short time before this. All the near naked models I was working with ( and quite frankly all models in general ) didn't go over to well with her so to show her that I understood where she was coming from......... I put my photography on the shelf.

With the economy like it is she has agreed to allow me to open the studio again as well as get the website up and running. With having to rebuild the entire website here is the question..............

What part of your website do you feel is the most important? The home page? The photos inside? What page of your photography website do you feel is the " deal closer " ?

Thank you and let me here your comments and thoughts..
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Join Date: Jul 2009
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As a webdork my self (I run a very active community for my make and model of car) I must say that with a photography site, I can forgive a lot of crap, just make sure the pictures kick ass
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Pro Shooter
Join Date: Dec 2007
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I think the most important page of your website is your front page. If it looks clean, slick and professional, people will go past the front page,and actually get to your photo gallery. DO put a few pictures on the front page, to get the client interested.

First impressions are what it's all about.

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