Photography Website Templates
Website layouts designed with an online portfolio in mind. Create a photography website today and share your work with the world.
Create a portfolio
Present your art to the web by choosing one of our photography website designs.
Upload a gallery
Publish your collections online and categorize them by date, theme, style etc.
Write a compelling biography about your passion and introduce yourself as a photographer.
Make it easy for visitors to leave their details and book professional sessions with you.
If you're new to Ucraft, this guide answers common questions on how to create a Photography website.
No, you can use these templates to create a website for your photography regardless of whether you are a professional photographer or not. Having a website is always a big plus for recognition, so you can still create an online portfolio even if you are only doing photography as a hobby.
The best way to represent your collection would be via the Gallery element. Click on the elements tab and drag the Gallery element to wherever you want on the page. After than, upload your photographs and categorize them using tags if you want. Ucraft also has an Image Slider element, which is another great way to showcase your work. Experiment with these elements and decide on how you want to show your collection.
For bookings, drag the Form element to wherever you want it to appear on the page, and edit the fields. You can choose the information you want to get from visitors, including names, email addresses and so on. Then go to «form settings» > «data to section» and select where you want the data to be sent: your email, a Google spreadsheet, Intercom or Mailchimp.
Yes. Not only will your image quality be retained, but this will be done with the help of Webp. Ucraft uses the Webp format to convert your images, allowing them to be shown in high quality whilst also ensuring fast loading time. That way, your photographs will be shown in HQ without slowing your website down.
Yes, a blog is a great idea for a photography website. If the template you have chosen doesn't have a pre-existing blog page, you need to click on your dashboard and go to the Articles app to activate the blogging option. You can optimize your posts using the SEO section in the Articles app, add a featured image and more. Happy blogging!