Moving in to Zenfolio

Well, it’s been all quiet here for a bit — but that’s not to say I haven’t been busy. Over the course of the last week, I’ve tried to get a good chunk of photographs uploaded to Zenfolio. So far, I don’t have everything I want available online, but I have made huge strides.

Having worked with it for a couple weeks, I do have to say that I am loving the interface. it’s simple and quick. Thanks to Jeffery Friedl’s Lightroom Export plugin for Zenfolio, it takes only a few clicks to get whatever set of photos I’m working on uploaded.


NIKON D50 @ 50mm — ¹/200 sec, ƒ/4.5, ISO 400 | zoom in
Moss on a Rock

I really like this photo. While it may look blurry, it’s actually perfectly in focus if you zoom in (click on it). This, and the next couple were all taken on a scenic hike near Mendenhall Glacier in Alaska.

NIKON D50 @ 18mm — ¹/8 sec, ƒ/22, ISO 400 | zoom in
Flowing Water
NIKON D50 @ 70mm — ¹/80 sec, ƒ/4.5, ISO 400 | zoom in
Rain Drops

To see the rest, visit my updated Alaska 2007 gallery!

4 thoughts on “Moving in to Zenfolio

  1. Hi Mark.

    Thank you so much for sharing your experiences and insights with Zenfolio and I look forward to reading your thoughts on SEO.

    A huge favor to ask….Jeffrey’s site appears to be down, so I cant get his Export to Zenfolio from Lightroom plugin. It’s killin’ me! :) Any chance you could could email it to me? If you can and it’s less than 20mb…it would work at: jaduffy007@mac.com.

    THANK YOU !!!!!
    James

  2. Awesome photography, indeed. Th scenery that has spotted was so perfect. Like the time of the day and the views. I wish iwas on this hike too.

  3. Which is actually better for selling your photos? Which has the wider or better audience for your type of photography. What about pBase?

  4. @Stan Parry: I really don’t have any experience with pBase. From what I have seen, neither Zenfolio nor SmugMug really market your photos for you. In the end, it’s all about how much traffic you drive to your site yourself.

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