TheThe Photographer Theme: One of Our Best Yet
A good parent will never say which child she loves the most. So while we certainly care for all of the beautiful WordPress themes we’ve birthed over the past year, we just might be somewhat bad parents: At the moment, we’ve got a favorite.
TheThe Photographer, our newest offering, is the offspring of months of hard work and applied experience on the part of Vladimir Verbetskiy, Alex Kalyuzhnyi, Pavel Tsydik, and Yuriy Sorochev. The sliders slide, the arrows point, and the drop-down menus drop with just a little bit more zest than before.
We’ve created a theme that is customizable enough and high-end enough for a professional photographer, but also managed to make it so easy to use that anyone with a camera could implement it for his/her personal photoblog. Users have a large palette of text colors from which to choose–all built into the theme–and their font and layout options are presented clearly and simply, so setup is a breeze.
The feel is clean and the navigation is extremely intuitive, effectively getting itself out of the way and letting the images rule. Albums and collections are tied together and indexed by category, album, author, tag, and date, while users have instant control over how much or how little information about each photo they will see. No screen is too big or too small for the theme as it adjusts automatically, so even users on a tiny netbook will still enjoy clicking around the site.
You really need to see the live demo to fully appreciate how well the pieces fit together for this Premium WordPress Theme.
One last thing: We’re proud to be able to offer premium themes at a pretty low prices, and with this theme the value is especially apparent. I mean, I’m sure many of those website designs that sell for hundreds–and thousands–of dollars are quite good. But when you get a well-made, sexy theme like this one for less than a hundred bucks, enjoy easy installation and chipper support, and still get all of the source PSD files with it? That’s better than good.
It’s truly the apple of our eye(s).