DEAF07 Pakhuismeesteren, originally uploaded by silvertje. This blogpost shows the result of using the Flickr Blog This button as described in: WordPress and photos 6: Posting Flickr photos in your blog.
There are two ways to display your Flickr photos on your blog: All photos in an album by using one of the Flickr album plugins as described in part five: Flickr photo album plugins. Individual photos in a blog post by using the Blog This button in Flickr or the integrated function in the Flickr… Read more WordPress and photos 6: Posting Flickr photos in your blog
There are several plugins for WordPress that will turn your blog into a Flickr photo album. I will discuss the following three plugins: Flickr Photo Album for WordPress Slickr Gallery FAlbum Flickr Photo Album for WordPress This was the first plugin I found and it is quite good. It automatically removes your blog sidebar to… Read more WordPress and photos 5: Flickr photo album plugins
I have been thinking about whether I should separate my photography from the rest of my blog content or not. I thought about buying another domain name or to use a subdomain to make a distinction. Initially I wanted to make a distinction between the “professional” (academic research) and “personal” (photography) me, but then I… Read more WordPress and photos 4: WordPress photoblog themes
In my previous post I explained why I said goodbye to Zenphoto and Gallery and started explaining why I said hello to Flickr. Flickr offers a free account that has a (bandwidth) uploading limit of 100 Mb a month and a Pro account for 24.95 USD that offers unlimited uploading. I started out with a… Read more WordPress and photos 3: Configuring Flickr for your blog
My website, before I turned it into a blog, consisted mainly of a small portfolio. I hardly ever updated my portfolio except that I added a few pictures now and then in the photography section. Even though I was technically capable of designing and coding a minor addition or update could sometimes mean major work.… Read more WordPress and photos 2: Goodbye to Gallery2 and ZenPhoto