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I've got a few picked out so far, but I'm looking for some classy and unique photoprahy sites. Simple navigation and focus on the work are priorities.
I recall a member here made a very simple and elegant site but I can't recall their name. Simply put, you moved the cursor to the left of the page to change the cursor to a minus symbol (to move back) and to the right would change it to a plus symbol (to move forward). Vague? Yes, but I would like to take another look.
Lots of photography sites in the QBN Certified Archive:
This one manages a ton of content. Very interesting though.
I like the magazine, page turning concept. It can be done really well.
Post what you have for inspiration now.
this is one of my favourites.
I'm sure you've already checked out Group94's work. They do awesome photo sites
This is one of my all time fav interfaces/navigation:
Wait, I just realized that www.carldekeyzer.com isn't that innovative for a photo site. But they got other good stuff though.
Some nice links, thanks a lot. I completely overlooked QBN Certified as well. I personally like the simplicity of http://www.silmonia.com
I'll check back in the 'morrow, time to catch a bit of sleep before it's too late. ;)
other sites with nice navigation:
Whatever you do, don't even think of using popups or fullscreens unless you want to be visited by a couple of hard, pipe-hittin'niggers with a pair of pliers and a blowtorch
And worry not, I've hated fullscreens since the dawn of.. something, and popups are VERY hard to convince me to do.
as far as navigation and presentation go, I'm fairly fond of mine
click 4, i have a scar like that.
but no lk tattoo.
ouch - how?
gang fight, duh
somebody didn't say
I don't think I did...am i too late?
justed posted another one in the PBS and in terms of photographers I like this is the man..
fuck - those skinhead pics are fantastic
This guys work is great and makes me laugh.
full screen to popup, there's got to be a law against that.
here a recent great: