We built our first site with liveBooks in 2006. 3 versions later, with a full re-redesign just launched, we’re starting to receive great compliments on the site’s overall design story, clean interface and seamless user experience. Our liveBooks site does exactly what it’s supposed to do – it simply and elegantly shows off the images we capture. The liveBooks editSuite is simple to use, which makes it easy for our team to jump in and update portfolios on any current project. We can rest easy knowing we’ll always have the most up to date tools at our fingertips because liveBooks is always building better features into the site’s capabilities. Overall, we couldn’t be happier with our new website and look forward to continuing our partnership with liveBooks in the years to come.
Mike Adrian is a destination wedding photographer. Considered one of Hawaii’s top photographers he feels honored to document memories for some of the world’s most discerning clients. Mike also teaches workshops on various topics from time to time. It does not surprise us that Mike excels at what he does. He’s creative, passionate about his work and is an all around awesome person! Take a look at his work on his newly redesigned liveBooks website. We just love the Real Weddings portfolio landing page.
I have been in business for 25 years and can honestly say that having a website is a must in the world as we know it today. A website is an introduction to you and your work. It is important to have the right colors, feel and emotion to captivate your viewer. I am an artist. I have a specific way I want my site to look. With my vision and liveBooks’ design knowledge, we put our heads together and made it happen.
The ability to integrate other services into my website makes my business work much more efficiently. When a client fills out my contact page shootQ starts working for me. I’ll have all my questions answered before talking to my prospective client. My website makes my life and my clients life easier.
I have been with liveBooks for 10 years and I have had a few site changes. Each time the process has been professional. I get a return phone call promptly and answers to my questions in a reasonable time. As a professional Photographer our business is personable. I like that liveBooks gets to know their clients on a first name bases, you are not known as a number. We are all going to fast in this world and it is nice to actually know who has been that helpful voice on the other end of the phone. My long standing relationship with liveBooks is proof that they are a valuable business partner.
liveBooks has been a brand name in the photography industry for many years… and they have always been ahead of the curve, helping to make our businesses grow with all that they offer. I am so grateful I found liveBooks 10 years ago. I have never looked further!
Barrie Fisher has been a top professional in her field for over 20 years. She has photographed over 1300 weddings worldwide and worked with many magazines and organizations throughout her career. Barrie currently lives in Waitsfield, Vermont.
liveBooks was my first and only choice when looking to create a compelling and effective web presence for my photography business. As the first point of contact for my business making the right choice was a key decision. My liveBooks site has paid huge dividends by providing increased exposure, positive brand recognition, consistently higher booking averages and a positive client experience each and every time. With top flight customer service, an intuitive admin interface and a host of sophisticated tools and products to meet all needs, it’s no wonder why liveBooks is an industry leader.
I hear all the time from my clients how much they enjoyed my site – both because of the caliber of work and the ease of experience, which I attribute to my partnership with liveBooks and our custom design. We built the site to be deceptively simple – on the surface it’s clean, artistic, and lets the images speak for themselves but once you dive under the hood you realize how much information is found therein. Working with my designer was a blast and I can’t imagine a better way to convey who I am to my prospectives.
Wedding photographer Eric Laurits is the founder and principal photographer for :e: in Boston, Massachusetts. Beyond the normal range of offerings :e: provides to the wedding client, they have a philanthropic side that is truly inspirational. Go to the site and click on “enrich” to find out more.
Maureen’s elegant, intimate style displays a masterful appreciation of light of color; as well as the ability to “be a transparent presence in a room full of people”, which allows her to capture people in the moment. Her site design echoes this elegance and communicates her style effectively throughout each section.
California wedding shooter Kevin La Presle presents his work in a simple layout with classic, elegant color and font choices. Although subtle, the design choices Kevin has made go a long way in communicating a mood and building a brand for his marketing efforts.
A graduate of Art Center College in Pasadena, Issa Sharp has worked as a photojournalist for the LA Weekly, with work appearing in Wired, Smart Money and Fortune Magazines. Issa’s photojournalistic style and fine art approach have made her a much sought after wedding and event photographer.
Jody and Zach Zorn are a husband and wife team making up Denver Colorado’s Zorn Photography. Their education at the prestigious Art Institute of Colorado provided a solid foundation in the world of photography. After school they worked for a while in New York on their fashion careers, then moved back to Colorado where they were married and “fell into” shooting weddings. “We still love and continue with commercial photography, but nothing is quite like photographing a wedding.”
Natalie Moser is owner and operator of NMP, a boutique lifestyle photography studio specializing in wedding, event and lifestyle portraits. Located in Huntington Beach, California, Natalie and her associate photographers are available for work worldwide.
Rhee says: “I love to capture things a bride and groom might miss. A quick kiss, a quirky item left on the gift table, an unusual angle. Unscripted moments are everything! For me, the story you get in a brief instant can count as much as the whole day.”