There was once a time where I would drag all the images I would blog for that day and I would manually drag them in to templates I made in Photoshop. The templates would be the size of my blog page and they would have my logo (black or white depending on the photo I would be blogging). It literally took about an hour to prep all the files just for showing and telling my client’s story. Looking back now I honestly don’t know where I had the time to do that.
I can’t remember when exactly, but I saw a blog post on this fabulous software by Katelyn James and I remember thinking that it could be my saving grace but I didn’t want to spend the money on it. It’s only $50 but when I first started my business $50 was a lot of money that I didn’t want to spend. I was saving my money for lenses and other equipment. Plus, I already had my awesome system in place (yeah, I thought so at the time).
I finally decided to purchase this software (you can buy it here), and it’s helped me out so much on the post processing end of my business. It’s so easy to learn and so fast and you can customize it to fit your brand.
You can choose between so many different layouts. The picture below shows 5 pics grouped together. Basically, whatever you click on in the window to the left will group together.
Here’s another layout…
Hope that helps some of you other photographers out there. Good luck blogging!