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As a zenfolio user, I receive email updates about new features they offer. Just recently they sent an email saying my account can now host video. The main reason I use their service is even though I know how to do programming, I wanted to have a gallery that looked great and was easy to use without much effort. I liked their interface a lot more than other offerings so … Continue reading
The new gallery site address: ScottJWaldron.com I decided to switch my Zenfolio.com powered gallery domain name to something more personal. When I initially wanted to make the gallery, I thought that having an easy to remember name would be a good idea. It would allow for people a good chance at remembering the name if I didn’t give them a business card or they had lost it. Eventually I found … Continue reading
I’ve been spending a lot of time setting up a new website where I will host a good deal of images. It will use Zenfolio (use my affiliate code of T5J-CD6-XKZ for 10% off an account) as a back-end and have the ability to allow for buying downloads and ordering prints. Before that while going through my 1300 or so cruise images I setup a few standard processes for processing … Continue reading