Back in late September i launched version 6 of the Richard Flint Photography website; the first version to stand up to the test of time. I still love the website's look and design. So far it has developed rather nicely with further work planned for the portfolio and art print sales sections.
These last few days has seen some minor refinement work take place. Nothing too noticeable, but important enough to affect the overall look of the website. That bit wasn't too bad but the next stage will be more time consuming - the portfolios.
A number of the portfolios are to be rebuilt, just the gallery bits and not the web pages, but it will be quite an undertaking nevertheless. The number of images for the Norfolk project alone is colossal and increasing every year. The main delay to the Norfolk 07 gallery has been working out how to show SO many images; both colour and black & white. In a couple of months time, I'll probably have another fifty new images to add to the gallery!!!
My favourite bit of the website? The blog's integration into the main website is something I'm rather proud of. It's still being developed and refined but its a nice addition to this current website.