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WordPress Photo Themes

by Scott on February 29, 2012 · 0 comments

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WordPress themes and features for photographers keep getting better and better. Whether you’re an artist, a commercial photographer, photo blogger, or just want a unique platform for sharing your images, there are now hundreds of outstanding WordPress photography theme options to choose from–with more appearing every day. The best premium photo themes offer tremendous versatility, with galleries, portfolio, blog and even shopping cart features all rolled into one seamless package. The hardest part may be simply deciding which theme is right for you.

Particularly when it comes to photographic themes, it’s worth taking the time to explore beyond the largest and most obvious WordPress theme vendors. Sure there are plenty of great photo portfolio designs on big sites like ThemeForest, but there are also some outstanding alternatives only available from smaller and less well-known sources.  Here is a list of ten of our favorite locations to search for the best image-based WordPress themes. It includes names you’ll be familiar with, and some that you may not be, with examples of some of the best designs from each vendor. We’ve tried to focus on newer designs, or slightly older themes updated for WordPress 3.2+. The collection certainly includes many of the best WordPress photography themes for 2012.

If you click through to one of these sites and purchase a theme, Spoonfed Design will receive a small commission. If you are a photographer using WordPress to share or promote your work online, what theme do you use?  What do you like (or dislike) about it? Use the comments field to respond, and be sure to include a link to your site.

1. Photocrati

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2. Graph Paper Press

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3. ThemeForest

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4. WPZoom

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5. Elegant Themes

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Obox

ThemeTrust

 

 

 

 

 

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WordPress Photo Themes

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WordPress themes and features for photographers keep getting better and better. Whether you’re an artist, a commercial photographer, photo blogger, or just want a unique platform for sharing your images, there are now hundreds of outstanding WordPress photography theme options to choose from–with more appearing every day. The best premium photo themes offer tremendous versatility, with galleries, portfolio, blog and even shopping cart features all rolled into one seamless package. The hardest part may be simply deciding which theme is right for you.

Particularly when it comes to photographic themes, it’s worth taking the time to explore beyond the largest and most obvious WordPress theme vendors. Sure there are plenty of great photo portfolio designs on big sites like ThemeForest, but there are also some outstanding alternatives only available from smaller and less well-known sources.  Here is a list of ten of our favorite locations to search for the best image-based WordPress themes. It includes names you’ll be familiar with, and some that you may not be, with examples of some of the best designs from each vendor. We’ve tried to focus on newer designs, or slightly older themes updated for WordPress 3.2+. The collection certainly includes many of the best WordPress photography themes for 2012.

If you click through to one of these sites and purchase a theme, Spoonfed Design will receive a small commission. If you are a photographer using WordPress to share or promote your work online, what theme do you use?  What do you like (or dislike) about it? Use the comments field to respond, and be sure to include a link to your site.

1. Photocrati

[image]

Photocrati text

[image]

[image]

[image]

2. Graph Paper Press

[image]

GPP text

[image]

[image]

[image]

3. ThemeForest

[image]

Themeforest text

[image]

[image]

[image]

4. WPZoom

[image]

WP Zoom  text

[image]

[image]

[image]

5. Elegant Themes

[image]

Elegant Themes text

[image]

[image]

[image]

Obox

ThemeTrust

 

 

 

 

 

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WordPress Photo Themes

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WordPress themes and features for photographers keep getting better and better. Whether you’re an artist, a commercial photographer, photo blogger, or just want a unique platform for sharing your images, there are now hundreds of outstanding WordPress photography theme options to choose from–with more appearing every day. The best premium photo themes offer tremendous versatility, with galleries, portfolio, blog and even shopping cart features all rolled into one seamless package. The hardest part may be simply deciding which theme is right for you.

Particularly when it comes to photographic themes, it’s worth taking the time to explore beyond the largest and most obvious WordPress theme vendors. Sure there are plenty of great photo portfolio designs on big sites like ThemeForest, but there are also some outstanding alternatives only available from smaller and less well-known sources.  Here is a list of ten of our favorite locations to search for the best image-based WordPress themes. It includes names you’ll be familiar with, and some that you may not be, with examples of some of the best designs from each vendor. We’ve tried to focus on newer designs, or slightly older themes updated for WordPress 3.2+. The collection certainly includes many of the best WordPress photography themes available for 2012.

If you click through to one of these sites and purchase a theme, Spoonfed Design will receive a small commission. If you are a photographer using WordPress to share or promote your work online, what theme do you use?  What do you like (or dislike) about it? Use the comments field to respond, and be sure to include a link to your site.

1. Photocrati

[image]

Photocrati text

[image]

[image]

[image]

2. Graph Paper Press

[image]

GPP text

[image]

[image]

[image]

3. ThemeForest

[image]

Themeforest text

[image]

[image]

[image]

4. WPZoom

[image]

WP Zoom  text

[image]

[image]

[image]

 

 

 

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WordPress Photo Themes

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WordPress themes and features for photographers keep getting better and better. Whether you’re an artist, a commercial photographer, photo blogger, or just want a unique platform for sharing your images, there are now hundreds of outstanding WordPress photography theme options to choose from–with more appearing every day. The best premium photo themes offer tremendous versatility, with galleries, portfolio, blog and even shopping cart features all rolled into one seamless package. The hardest part may be simply deciding which theme is right for you.

Particularly when it comes to photographic themes, it’s worth taking the time to explore beyond the largest and most obvious WordPress theme vendors. Sure there are plenty of great photo portfolio designs on big sites like ThemeForest, but there are also some outstanding alternatives only available from smaller and less well-known sources.  Here is a list of ten of our favorite locations to search for the best image-based WordPress themes. It includes names you’ll be familiar with, and some that you may not be, with examples of some of the best designs from each vendor. We’ve tried to focus on newer designs, or slightly older themes updated for WordPress 3.2+. The collection certainly includes many of the best WordPress photography themes available for 2012.

If you click through to one of these sites and purchase a theme, Spoonfed Design will receive a small commission. If you are a photographer using WordPress to share or promote your work online, what theme do you use and what do you like (or dislike) about it? Use the comments field to respond, and be sure to include a link to your site.

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WordPress Photo Themes

February 29, 2012
Art Gallery Wordpress theme by ThemeFuse

ArtCulture presents an all-new collection of image-based WordPress themes for artists, photographers and designers. We’ve searched high and low to put together this showcase of over 50 great art/photo gallery and portfolio themes. If you’re looking for a new WordPress template for your digital art gallery, photoblog or design portfolio, chances are you’ll find a number of appealing options here.

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WordPress Photo Themes

February 29, 2012
Art Gallery Wordpress theme by ThemeFuse

ArtCulture presents an all-new collection of image-based WordPress themes for artists, photographers and designers. We’ve searched high and low to put together this showcase of over 50 great art/photo gallery and portfolio themes. If you’re looking for a new WordPress template for your digital art gallery, photoblog or design portfolio, chances are you’ll find a number of appealing options here.

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