Incredible 95+ Fullscreen Photography WordPress Template

App Reviews June 2nd 2012 5:37 AM 2 Comments

WordPress is one of the most customizable web design backbone out there. Although it can be (and still is) daunting for a new person to use it, the payoff can be really amazing, provided that you find a great template to use.

Mine, for example is Village Theme by Theme Province


Joe Gunawan fotosiamo.com



Finding the right template can be a daunting task, especially when you start playing around w/ the features in each templates. For example, I really like having thumbnails that are easily accessible, but are not too big. I like the clean, modern look that is easy to navigate.

The great thing is that Tripwire Magazine has come out with 95+ Awesome Fullscreen WordPress Template so you can really have the best of the best all in one page.

And yes, they are all premium, paid templates. As one of the comments stated, “efforts need money to flourish.”

Here are just some examples of the ones that caught my eye:


Core Minimalist
Core Minimalist


Shutter
Shutter


Right Now WP
Right Now WP


JR Photography
JR Photography


This Way WP
This Way WP


Specere
Specere


To see more, go to Trip Wire Magazine’s 95+ Awesome Fullscreen WordPress Template

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Joe is a rising fashion and commercial photographer based in Los Angeles, CA. He blends creativity and edge with a strong style of lighting and emotion in his photographs. Be sure to check out his work at www.fotosiamo.com and connect with him on Google Plus and on Facebook

2 Comments

  1. Jason Lee

    Man that last one is super clean.  I’m an aspiring wedding photographer and the thought of creating a website is daunting.  I haven’t seen anybody do a step by step on how to create one… I mean nuts and bolts for a person that knows zero about it.. My plan is to research research research :)  Thanks for the inspiration! 

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  2. Jason Lee

    Man that last one is super clean.  I’m an aspiring wedding photographer and the thought of creating a website is daunting.  I haven’t seen anybody do a step by step on how to create one… I mean nuts and bolts for a person that knows zero about it.. My plan is to research research research :)  Thanks for the inspiration! 

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