10 Best Photography Website Designs 2013


I am currently working on a new photography website for AutumnSilviaPhotography.com. So I gathered a list of the best inspiration that I could find. These are not on here because they are my favorite photographers (although most of the photography is amazing) I am focusing more on great, clean web design which is essential for the photography in a photographer’s website to shine. Some are bold others are subtle but all off these are great photography website designs:

1. jeremycowart.com

Very attractive large imagery. With overlay bold white font. This site is large and striking with great transition effects between pages! My personal favorite!

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2. cathalmcnaughton.com

The side navigation is great. A bold logo with amazing photography displayed largely. I think I may have found my favorite photographer.

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3. northlandscapes.com

Another website with a great left hand side navigation that includes dark thumbnails. The menu is sort of interface like. You got to appreciate this!

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4. ericryananderson.com

Gray tones look great for photo backdrops. The little bit of style with the logo is all you need to have a great photography website.

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5. jillgreenberg.com

This website is very Pinterest-esc and poppy. It has commercial feel and is fun to navigate. Great design and photos check it out.

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6. marekmusil.com

This site is BIG, BOLD & Awesome! It moves!

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7. fredrikclement.com

Built on a grid. Clean, crisp and simple.

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8. brentstirton.com

Big slideshow! Very striking photography and intense subjects dominate the screen. This is the simplicity that makes for a perfect photography website. Because of this, there are lots of websites similar to this one.

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9. bottlebellphotography.com

This one is different from most on the list. It has a fancy look and uses a  gold on black color scheme. Intros can get annoying but if you give this one 10 seconds it successfully helps set the mood.

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10. jasonbellphoto.com

This photographer’s website has a simple and clean layout. It is easy to navigate and that makes us focus on the photographers great images.

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If you are a photographer and looking for a website similar to any of the sites above. Don’t wait. Having a great website takes your professionalism to the next level. Contact me at ronpershing.com and lets discuss making your business stand out.

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