Online Gallery Update: SmugMug

I decided a while back to try SmugMug for my online galleries. The main reason is that updating the galleries with new work is just so much easier. With ‘home-made’ galleries on my site, if I want to add one or more new images to an existing gallery, I have to totally generate the gallery from scratch. With SmugMug it’s simply a matter of uploading the file and telling the program which gallery to put it in. Creating new galleries and categories are a snap, too.

I have finally switched everything over added a couple of new galleries.

In the ‘Portfolios‘ category, I added an expanded gallery of the graffiti images from the Quincy Quarry that were the source of my September  “21st Century Hieroglyphics” exhibit in Hagerstown

21st Century Hieroglphyics

Click on the image to view the gallery.

I have been doing some commissioned architectural photography and I have some examples of that work:

Old Jailhouse in Charles Town

Click on the image to see the gallery.

So far I have been very happy with the way Smugmug works. It’s easy to set up galleries and is very flexible and customizable.

Here’s a small commercial. If you try Smugmug and decide to pay for the service (as little as $35/year) you can save $5 by entering my referral code:


in the appropriate box on the signup form. (Disclosure: it also earns me a credit for my account.)

~ by Rsmith on November 22, 2009.

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