"Exposure" Provides Photographers With a New Way to Display and Share Photo Narratives

"Exposure" Provides Photographers With a New Way to Display and Share Photo NarrativesImage via Exposure.so

Exposure.so was created by Luke Beard and Kyle Bragger of Elepath as a service for photographers looking for a simple and attractive way to share photo narratives online in a format that allows the photos to really take center stage. The paid service is unlike other websites in that it focuses on photosets and stories, not stand-alone works. For $9/month or $99/year, you can use the site to share wedding albums, daily photo journals, or any other photo-based story. The grids are preset and users have the ability to drag-and-drop groups of photos onto the page without worrying about sizing placement. 

We have not tested the site for ourselves, but you can post up to three stories right now, free of charge. We have no stake in it, but it does look like a very cool service and a free trial is always good. Take a look at Beard's site to get a feel for what the service has to offer and try it out for yourself.

[via PetaPixel]

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