Building web pages on Smugmug

Building web pages on Smugmug

I thought I would put together a screencam to show how I build my website on Smugmug. I don’t think the formatting is anything specular, but it should at least give an indication of what it’s like to build the website. I’ve taken a new article I’ve written in MS Word, and shown exactly how I created it from start to finish on Smugmug.

As you will see, it’s not very difficult

1. Write article in word (not shown)

2. Upload photos (not shown)

3. Create page for article (shown)

4. Split article into break points for photos (shown)

5. Update article with pictures (shown)

6. Publish article to main page (shown)

Building web pages on Smugmug

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The Overrated Photographer

I am a forty something year old Melbourne based photographer covering a broad range of genre’s from sports to portraits and travel. My introduction into photography started with doing some kitesurfing photos, but with the arrival of my first daughter, my focus shifted to family and the vast majority of my photos are either family or street. I still try to get extreme sports when I am not kitesurfing myself. My current non-personal photography work is confined to charity and not-for-profit engagements where I am engaged in photography for a number charity events to give back to the community and help support fund raising for these organisations. These include the homeless and cancer events. I do not currently do any paid commercial work as I run a successful non-photography business and this allows me to explore my personal creativity with photography.

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