Photo galleries are fairly easy, but then integrating that into a website is a bit more complex. Below are some photographers’ sites and most are seamlessly intertwined into a website (where they can put content, e.g. About the Photographer).
Lee Foster was looking to overhaul his travel writing and travel photography site. He had quite a complex set up with CNAME entries leading to custom URLs at PhotoShelter, a custom shopping cart that worked with PayPal, 250+ articles with loads of text, images, slideshows, and a blog at TypePad? Whew. Ready?
The Professional Photographers of the Greater Bay Area (ppgba.org) needed a revamp because only a technical few could update the legacy backend software on the site.
Mischa Purcell wanted a blog to add to his photography site. He wanted it to seamlessly live together with his main photography site, but use a system that would allow him easy updates using a web-based content management system.
Kevin McCaughey is a language teacher, a writer, and a photographer who needed a website that could help him help his students as well as his own writing -- all from a connection somewhere left of Siberia.