Here is a link to the photos that the photographer was shooting at the Philadelphia Museum of Art at Zoe’s opening. You can purchase prints.
zoe strauss opening reception dance party photo booth
Im so happy that my website is finally done it was such a tedious process for me but im done! I had a lot of fun creating it even though I was very frustrated but I love my site! I hope that everyone enjoys it!
The purpose of my project is to inform people about my work as a journalist and to market myself to potential employers. It is an easy way to show off my work without having to spell it all out in a resume, this way they can simply go to my website and look at it. My intended audience are both my classmates (or people interested in my site) and like I said before, potential employers. I used a simple black background and a splash of aqua and pink to show my creative side with colors. By adhering to Robin Williams principles of design, I believe I have a very successful website. There is a constant navigation bar and I used the same text font and colors for the same classification of text throughout my pages. The alignment of my text and pictures keeps them out of the way yet noticeable for my audience. There is nothing about the subject matter that would raise legal or ethical questions because it is all of my original work.
Again, I hope you enjoy my site! Everyone have a great summer!
Sometimes I will go out into the city and take photos with my friends and go on random adventures when we are free during the week and really don’t want to do work.
I spend a lot of time in the Paley Library, I tend to go here to study or check out a new photography book to read and look at.
One of the many city shots, that I take when I got out with my friends.
Friday’s I normally meet up with some of my friends that I’ve known since first coming to Temple, and we goof off having a good time playing video games.
My goal in creating this website was to make a simple, visually appealing layout of my profession and services as a photographer.
I used warm, desaturated colors to create a non-abrasive feel and used the same font throughout, in varying sizes and weights. I used the same layout for the home, about, and contact pages, and a similar one for the gallery, so that if I were to create an additional page I would know how to design it.
I did make a sketch of my website before I created it, but I don’t have a scanner, so I don’t know how to upload it. Also, I designed a few prototypes in Photoshop before creating the final product in Dreamweaver.
Edit: I uploaded everything to a new free domain as well, and today bought AlexisRyan.com (I’m getting married, so my last name is going to be changing in a few months). I’m still working on getting AlexisRyan.com running, but in the meantime, here is the free domain that I created: Alexis Shea Photography