It isn’t spring yet, but it was the moment to start cleaning up my photography web presence. In the past I created a profile on several online photography services that allow you to show your images online. Because it isn’t easy to update all those profiles, I decided to keep just 1 place to keep my online images. Since I’m happy with the service SmugMug offers, I will continue to use that and abandon all other online photography services. So abandoned my 500px, Flickr and Behance profiles and left behind an I-moved-out-message at those services.
My SmugMug portfolio can be found on www.noroadhome.com.
Since 500px is plans to phase out Portfolios in the future, I already moved my portfolio. The portfolio with custom domain were the only reason I still had an “Awesome” account at 500px, so I wont be renewing that. As a new location for my portfolio I chose SmugMug. You can find my new portfolio on the same location: noroadhome.com. Unfortunately SmugMug doesn’t offer https yet for custom domains. In 2017 that is a shame, but for now it’ll be on http only. Have a look at it!
Recently 500px launched a complete new version of their portfolio system. Because there were some things in the old version I didn’t like and they promised the new ones to be much more customisable, I tried them as soon as posible. And I’ve got to say I’m impressed. The basic setup is pretty easy, but after that you can play around with a lot more settings and even customize your CSS. So I chose one of the new portfolio templates and adjusted it to my own preferences. And now I’m a very happy photographer. Check it out! Of course it can be found at http://noroadhome.com.