5 WordPress Templates to show your pictures

We have talked about WordPress templates in several times so now you know that there are almost as many templates as users, which makes that a difficult task to choose the one that best fits with you.

However, there are little tips that you can follow. As it is true that what will make you decant between the two it is something you cannot explain. In the same way that when you go to buy a pair of shoes, once you see the one that fits the best with you and the most comfortable, you will choose just that one, because aesthetically it has something that the others do not have.

Well with Premium templates for WordPress, or any CMS, it is exactly the same. Sometimes there is one that catches you and you need to keep for your blog, but before, you had to have a few things clear. In the case of shoes (to continue with the example) they are comfort and to see if that fit with your clothes. But …what happens in the case of templates for WordPress?

The main thing to keep in mind is to choose the template that best suits your needs. Today we will see WordPress templates for photographers, so let’s step into the shoes of one of them.

Some tips for choosing your template for WordPress

If I am a photographer what I need on my website is to show my work in the highest possible quality. I can have a blog and write about the images that I post or that are part of my portfolio or the photography in general, but no one will hire me if my photographs are not displayed properly. Therefore it is essential that the images are the backbone of the template and that through them we can navigate, but without losing their trail.

Clearly, we consider the different trends. Some time ago, almost two years! We wrote an article on templates for photographers. As you can see all followed the pretext that we started, in which the images were the central part thereof. But as you can expect the design has changed a bit. We continue to look for responsive designs, SEO friendly … but aesthetically we do not want the same things than a few years ago.

Now, the templates where images fill the entire window are trend, in most cases, dividing it into two spaces. This is because now the trend in web design is to fill all the visual space. If media (either the mobile screen, the tablet, computer …) gives us a dimension, why are we going to waste it?

So today we will share with you our top 5 templates for photographers. The decision was very difficult, but as I talked about in the case of shoes, in the end, the small details are the one that determine the difference. 🙂

As you can see all the designs are very similar, although each has its own nuances and effects, what make them different from each other! Let’s start!



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If something must be stressed in this template for WordPress is its visual simplicity. Images are the most important and we find no elements to remove them. Images take up all the space and these are accompanied by very clean and maintained fonts.



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It is a very complete and very useful template for photographers or anyone who wants to show their work. It has several options for the homepage, but certainly we prefer “Mansory,” in which images are in charge of distributing and organizing the space.

In this case the predominant colours are black and white but it has some mustard yellow dyes too. As you can see, most of the WordPress templates in which photography is the critical part, use black and white colours, as images are the one giving colour.



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In this case we divide the space into three parts and with this division we play in the vertical direction, giving different dimensions to each of the images. When accessing into each of the images, they show the contents of a somewhat different way from the others. They are treated more as an object of a portfolio.



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I could not stay out of our selection our Silvio: a template for WordPress blog type, in which the images are the fundamental element, being the creators of the various spaces.

Concerning colours, as you can see in the previous cases, images are the ones giving colour to the blogs, although if we do not use a main image to display, colours can be changed by the user.



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If something sets it apart from the others it is that there are small frames around each of the images. For the rest, it has a similar design to the previous, being images the main element.

In this case we can play on the homepage with different sizes of images that can be adapted.

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