I put this together to distribute to the baseball teams I will be photographing this year.
(Looking forward to it!)
On a related note, if anyone knows of a good (i.e. polished, but easy to use) web platform for distributing high resolution images to clients, I’d appreciate your input.
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Ive used it for years. only drawback is, they cap your image uploads at I think 63mb(?). Difficult if you’re uploading high-res tiffs.
The files would be from the D500, so they’re not that hi res, lol.
I actually have a Zenfolio account, but I don’t see a way of having a client download the original file (the size that can be downloaded is restricted). Am I missing something?
Hello Peter: Email them firstname.lastname@example.org They respond quickly. I’ve not had an issue with the client downloading the file size of my choosing. The permissions protocol IS quite complex, so maybe you are missing something. Their techies should be able to help.
Very helpful Chris. I just tried sending them a message… we’ll see. Thanks again.
I’ve been using smugmug for a really long time. It works really well for all my needs. Feel free to shoot me an email if you have any specific questions.
Thanks Dave. I’ve known about Smugmug for a while, but have never used it. I’ll check it out for sure.
I use Pixieset to deliver all my photos to clients. very good exprience with them.
In researching this, I came across their site. It looks very professional with a clean interface. Thanks for the recommendation Marc.
Maybe check out Instaproofs. Certainly if you are thinking of asking some funding for the pics.
Great selection of shots btw!!