Genesis Child Themes for Photographers.
It was the evening of October 2013 when I was going through the forest of the great Schiller Woods. It was getting dark, sunlight was hiding behind the horizon, my boots were wet from the forest floor. Walking through the darkness of the forest was not an easy task; it made me feel so alone.
I heard some noises coming from the woods surrounding me. My thoughts were making me crazy. I was so afraid that I wasn’t going to get out of there alive. No people, just me, the forest and the animals that live here (at least that’s what I thought). I sensed someone was watching me, I could feel the hair on my neck standing up. “Someone is watching me!” I heard some rustling: “Where, who, what is it?” I had only my camera with me and nothing else. I did not bring my flashlight nor my pocket knife, because I did not think I would be here for so long.
It was getting darker and darker, and I still did not see the parking lot where I parked my car.
I was walking in the darkness and then all of a sudden something passed in front of me. I ducked as so many thoughts raced through my mind: “I’m going to die,” “Something or someone is going to eat me here.” I stood up and started running as fast as I could, holding my camera in one hand with the flash open pointed to the back. I could feel that something was right behind me, I could hear it snorting. I ran and screamed, “Aaaaaaaaaaaa-aaaaaaa!” and I kept pressing the shutter of my camera, hoping that maybe the flash from it would scare whatever it was. I could feel it getting closer and closer, I could feel it touching my back… I COULD FEEL IT! My legs were so tired from running, my mind was numb from being scared, and my heart was pumping blood so fast I could feel it in my veins. And then it got next to me, to my left. I was so afraid to look! “No, I’m not going to die here, I don’t want to! I’m way too young, there’s so much I want to do, they’re so many questions I still haven’t found the answers to…” It disappeared, it was just the wind.
I stopped to catch my breath, looked up, and saw my car. I got in and started laughing.
I just realized what the Best Genesis Child Themes are for photographers.
4 Best Genesis Child Themes for Photographers.
Choosing a theme for showcasing your photography art is not an easy task — it’s not like going to the store and buying pants.
Your website will represent you… it’s something that will be YOU.
The first theme that I would recommend for you photographers is:
Modern Portfolio Pro.
What makes it great is the elegant and neat way of showing your portfolio. The high – contrast and sleek design makes it perfect for photographers, with an integrated blog section to blog about the work you do, plus custom background menus and images. The theme is HTML5 and mobile responsive.
Next on the list:
This theme includes Slider on the homepage, a navigation menu control, a backend option panel, and a page and posts layout option.
Another great theme:
This is a simple design with one column and 5 color styles, custom background, HTML5 markup and mobile responsive layout. Its simplicity and modern look makes it very appealing.
Fourth on the list is:
Like Expose Pro, Pretty Picture is a simple yet specific layout design, placing the focus on your photographic talents. The theme is a single column without site bars. Some of the futures include a custom menu, custom header, future image and much more. It’s also mobile responsive.
In my opinion, these themes are the best themes to present your art to future clients. You may not agree with me, but be strong; you will also find your car in the parking lot after being lost in Schiller Woods.