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What Makes A Website Great?!

What makes a website great?  What makes you want to delve deeper?  Is it the design, the photography, the personality of the photographer?  



In this mini-workshop, we'll be discussing what makes a website great by evaluating several photographers websites (and even taking a brave volunteer from our audience), using a series of guidelines developed by Judy Hermann at the ASMP.

Michelle Walker is a high-energy SF-based photojournalist who specializes in Weddings & Adventures.  
Her "job" (that she loves) is photographing weddings in an unobtrusive and relaxed way - never stopping the action, but allowing things to happen naturally.  Her clients trust her to capture artistic and meaningful images on the best day of their lives.
Her "heart" is Travel Photography.  For the past 14 years that she's been in business, Michelle takes 4-6 weeks off to travel to an "exotic" (usually 3rd world) location to work on her personal work.  Generally not for profit (although she does sell enough of it to pay for the trip), but to practice her love of photography.


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