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Creating a Website for my Aerial Media

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by IrishHeights, Jan 18, 2016.

  1. IrishHeights

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    Hi guys, I want to create a website that people can visit to view all my aerial media.
    I am very open to suggestions on where to start, thanks in advance if anyone replies to this :)
     
  2. Chnjab

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    GoDaddy.com If you can manage to ask for Eric V. he's awesome for technical support. Also use this site for promo codes as depending on what you end up choosing one of them will save you ton. Just try each one to see which provides the most savings. GoDaddy Coupons - RetailMeNot
     
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  3. kcobello

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    Another option is an image hosting site. We use Smugmug.
     
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  5. Chnjab

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    and for the record his smugmug site is quite nice!
     
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  6. SanCap

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    Have you decided on anything?
     
  7. kcobello

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    Just a FYI.
    We do have an aviation attorney on retainer. We have a professional Smugmug site that is considered commercial that we use for our standard photography K & D Action Photo. If you do have a site and or share your aerials with a commercial selling site, be careful if your aerial business is not 333 or permitted to sell aerial photography/videography. It was advised to us to remove the aerial imaging from the standard photo/video site, remove any watermarks, and move them to Youtube...We ran into that issue and a few members of this site made sure I knew that....Just a FYI...:)
     
  8. seanmclean

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    If you're already an Adobe CC subscriber, download Muse. Great, easy to use program for creating your website. Then just pick any number of the providers to get a URL/FTP/Email (I use Siteground).
     
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    I have been a user of NetworkSolutions for years and they were bought by Web.com. I ste mine up in a day and use Vimeo for the "backend" video server because it plays on anything/anywhere.
    Have a look Soaring Videography I also keep all video on Vimeo www.vimeo.com/skyvideoct
     
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    How useful is Muse if you want to create an eCommerce site? I'm not talking a huge site but perhaps a dozen products/services.


    Brian
     
  11. seanmclean

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    I've no idea, sorry. Don't venture much into eCommerce.