Rick McEvoy Photography – A professional photographer’s website
Today I want to write about my website, as I have recently made some changes to it. And give you a break from my new Cornwall images which I am loving going through to produce the new web page.
I have changed the structure slightly, to make it more logical and easier to navigate. The idea of the new Cornwall page was the genesis of this change – I was debating where exactly to put it on my website, and thought that a separate “Places” section made perfect sense. So I created a new category, and put the places web pages I have within that heading. I am happy with this change, which is live on my website now.
So on my website I have the following pages.
Home page - http://rickmcevoyphotography.co.uk/
Commissions - http://rickmcevoyphotography.co.uk/commissions/
Places - http://rickmcevoyphotography.co.uk/places/
Work - http://rickmcevoyphotography.co.uk/work/
About my home page - Rick McEvoy Photography - Professional Photographer
This is (obviously) my home page, where I try to describe myself and the professional photography services I provide in one page.
This page also includes a selection of 12 images, which are representative of my commercial photography work. They are all images from the built environment, which is my specialist area of work.
The image set includes interior photography, building exteriors, architectural photography and construction photography – images taken on live construction sites.
You might think from reading my blog that most of my photographic work is landscape photography - this is not the case at all. The reason is that I am not able to publish commercial photography work as soon as I have produced it, if ever at all, for commercial reasons.
As I post to my blog every day, I therefore use a mix of personal work and commercial photography work that is free to be published. As a photographer I want my blog to be a visual, living blog, with the odd post of text only like today.
I will write about the other pages on my website over the coming weeks – I want to explain the purpose and structure to all my readers.
Thank you for reading this post about my website and its new structure.
Please contact me with any photography related questions or queries using the contact form at the link above.
#images from the built environment
#images taken on live construction sites