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Web Site Design for Professional Photographers

by Jean Holland-Rose, Paul Rose

Web Site Design for Professional Photographers: Step-by-Step Techniques for Designing and Maintaining a Successful Web Site (Paperback)

From creating eye-catching photo displays to setting up online ordering and preview systems for clients, this guide to web site design specifically meets the needs of professional photographers. Included are an introduction to various programs designed for web site construction, including FrontPage, Dreamweaver, and Flash, and an overview of Adobe Photoshop.

Step-by-step instructions help photographers with selecting suitable backgrounds, using logos, and placing of photographs for the best effect. Additionally, detailed information on developing marketing strategies, working with HTML tags, and submitting a site to various search engines is provided.

About the Author

Paul Rose and Jean Holland-Rose design and host photographic web sites. They live in Apopka, Florida.


This is one in a trilogy of three attractive, informative books that form an excellent basis for a small library on digital photography. In recent years, digital photography has had a tremendous influence, and as equipment costs -- notably for cameras -- continue to drop, digital imagery will soon completely revolutionize photography. Each of these books will be very helpful for professional and amateur photographers making the transition to digital photography.

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Paperback: 128 pages; Publisher: Amherst Media (March 1, 2003); Language: English; List Price: $29.95 - buy now: Price: $18.87 and You Save: $11.08 (37%)

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