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Mini photography site - advice please

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  1. kendalcottages

    kendalcottages Active Member

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    Last year I bought http://www.lakedistrictphotos.co.uk from someone on here and I'd like to put together a simple site where people can buy Lake District pics online.

    I have plenty of contacts with local photographers here, so am not too worried about that side of things, but I'm wondering how best to put the site together.

    Essentially I see it working that each photographer will supply images. With each image, there will be a size/format/price and some keywords.

    I'd then like people visiting to be able to browse pictures as they wish, or by location or search by keyword, pay me online for any they wish to purchase, I take my cut and then the order is passed on to the photographer to deal with.

    Is there any software out there that will help with the task in hand? I'm guessing there's lots of gallery type products out there that might fit the bill...

    Thanks.
     
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    Thanks - that looks like it's along the right lines... :)
     
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    Do you know if the individual photographers would be able to upload their work/keywords/categories/prices etc. themselves with this software. That would be another handy feature that I forgot to mention...
     
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    Yes it's WordPress so you create a limited access account with a user name and password.
     
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    Thanks, golddigger... sounds just the ticket.
     
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