When images are the content that drives your site and you want to display them as big as possible for your users, make sure to scale them appropriately. A lot of sites have images as THE content, like photography blogs or fashion and lifestyle blogs.
What I usually enjoy most is when a site doesn’t tell me how to view the images, but just makes use of the scroll in the browser, just have them in a long column. The challenge with that is that you need to scale images differently when viewed on a vertical device such as a tablet or smart phone.
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Happily I saw updates from Hendrik in my feed reader recently and that’s because he is posting interesting nude photography again.
He’s working with a new model and enjoys the work he’s doing. The linked series is in the theme of
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Backups are important, how important you mostly realize when it’s too late. In our age, especially for digital photographers, a loss of data is as if you would set a renaissance artists atelier on fire. Continue reading “Backup Strategy for Photographers”