New Website for Macleod Paul Photography

Wordpress site for wedding photographer

“What can I say – this is looking wonderful – I am absolutely delighted. Thanks again – soooooo much – for what you have done.   It’s brilliant and exactly what I wanted.” Colin Paul

MacLeod Paul Photography are photographers working in St Ives, Camborne and Redruth in Cornwall.  They specialise in wedding photography and have done shoots in some beautiful settings including the Carbis Bay Hotel.  They felt that their site was too similar to others in the business and also that it was not as professional as they would have liked.  They had previously created their own website and so needed to be able to continue to edit the content themselves.

This is a WordPress client editable custom website design.  It includes stunning Javascript galleries to show off the work of this photographer based in Cornwall.  The design is simple but a little detail in the sidebar sets it off.  A simple background is always a good canvas to display photographs.  The site has links to social media sites and a very user friendly navigation menu that appears on every page.

This was not a responsive web design, it was done way before this became a requirement. Unfortunately when Colin wanted to update his website I did not have any availability and I could not meet his budget requirements, so it was done by another web designer.

I have created quite a few photography showcases since I have been a web designer and have seen some fabulous photographs.  One of my favourites is for a personal photography portfolio website for Jan-Eric Osterlund and you can see more details on the portfolio page.   More recently I have created a very simple black and white design where the photos absolutely speak for themselves for Paul Denby. Paul takes what most people would see as mundane and turns it into beautiful photography.

Then there is the portfolio website for Annelie Eddy, who is a London wedding photographer, you can see more on that here.

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