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