Providing photojournalism services for weddings and events around Dorset, Dan Bold’s website is striking and fresh, turning each event into a beautiful story. With elegantly designed password-protected sections for each client, eye-catching clean links, and professional writing, Dan Bold’s site is unique in the wedding photography world.
We talked to Dan Bold about his website.
What is Dan Bold Photography?
I’m a British Documentary-Wedding photographer, and am much more comfortable behind the lens than in front of it!
I’m currently based in the county of Dorset, England, but am enthusiastic to see every corner of this beautiful planet. I like to present a complete visual story of your wedding day – wherever that may be – approaching each unique moment with a genuine passion for my craft.
I like to describe my photography as unobtrusive, natural, and honest – a reportage-style of storytelling that celebrates every aspect of your wedding day.
I hope my photographs speak for themselves. I pride myself in offering the highest quality documentary-wedding photography to my discerning international clients and friends.
How does your site support and drive your goals?
My website provides an important showcase for my hard work, and is crucial in translating my photographic vision clearly and succinctly.
Potential clients need to be able to interpret the information relevant to them and navigate through it effortlessly. I believe that my website allows this.
What would you say the website’s personality is?
I hope that my site comes across as personable, yet professional, giving potential clients confidence in me and my product.
When you designed the website, did you design with your customers in mind or did you have a fixed idea on how you wanted to portray the brand via the website?
A bit of both, really. I thought it was important to get across my own personality because I am an integral part of the process, and my couples must warm to me and to my style of photography equally, since we’ll be spending a great deal of time together.
As I already mentioned, a clean and professional-looking site builds confidence in a potential client’s mind and so I was conscious of this throughout the design process.
What’s your favourite thing about the website?
I fully appreciate the aesthetics of the site. The images are, of course, the most important part of a photography’s business, and so need to be showcased pleasingly and arrestingly to draw positive attention to them.
In other words, I’m pleased with my website, and believe it looks pretty cool and visually attractive.
What do you think makes your website different from the competition?
It’s the attention to detail that makes it, I think.
Do you have any future plans for the website?
I’m constantly updating it and making minor improvements.
Thanks, Dan! Congratulations on your gorgeous website and winning!
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