Wild Bird Photography by Steve Oakes

Displaying your photographs on the internet

When you have begun to master your camera and have started to get to grips with your editing software, you'll no doubt want to start proudly showing off your work. The best place to do this, where other wildlife photographers and birdwatchers - who share your interest and will most appreciate your work - can see them, is the internet.

There are a number of ways that you can do this. The links below take you through the basics of what you can do, from simply loading them on to a community web site, to having your own site built by a professional web designer, to doing it yourself. They give you information about what you will need to have your own web site, what things need to be paid for initially and what ongoing costs are involved. If you want to do it yourself, there is some advice on what software you will or may need to help you do it right.

Web Site Menu
Displaying your photographs on a community web-site.
Choosing and registering a domain name.
Building your web-site.
Getting your web-site hosted.
Transferring your pages to the host server using FTP Software.

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