I have just set up a new website dedicated to HDR Photography. It is a hobby of mine and I want to share with others images as well as some tips and experiences that I have picked up over the years.
At the bottom of the main page is some WordPress stuff that I would really like to eliminate but just do not know how to do that, any thoughts?
The credits found at the bottom of the page are located here:
About 10 lines from the bottom.
BE ADVISED I believe you are required to leave the credits intact as a part of the free licensing that they make.
There is nothing that says you can't use a smaller font size, however. We modify the size, color and typestyle routinely for our customers to better match their site's theme. But I do believe the credits need to be there.
Can anyone confirm this?
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I want to thank all of you that have responded. I will check back a little latter and see if I can remove or at least shrink the size of the text on the bottom of the main page. Regarding the image as part of the header it is an HDR, however due to a camera setting error the AEB and RAW functions where disabled, as a result I only ended up with a single JPEG image. I will be heading back to the DAM area again and when I do I will take a few shots in RAW. It is difficult to get a nice shot at this location as there is a fair amount of shading from the trees and the water is fairly bright, maybe a late after noon shotmight work better. Unfortunately the shot will be facing south so no sunset in the image.
Thank you all for the assistance and comments, I am constantly learning and trying to develop the site. I want to try and balance the size of the images versus load times. My thinking is in using the gallery located beneath "Portfolio" to keep the better images in it and the front page for introducing new images and important topics etc.
Thank you again.
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