Here is the Handpicked list of Great Photoblog themes for Photographers.
F8 is a unique theme for WordPress that can transform your blog into a fully functioning photography or multimedia portfolio website. Packed with close to 100 theme options, you can feature a slideshow of images, a video, or a featured post on the homepage with only a couple of mouse clicks.
iQ2 is a WordPress photoblog theme that fully integrates with the PhotoQ Photoblog Plugin. The main features of the theme at a glance:
- Fixed width
- Fully widget compatible
- Built-in EXIF support (via PhotoQ)
- Skinnable: Easily exchangeable color schemes allow customizing look of iQ2 to your liking.
Snapshot is the framework-equivalent of our very own WooThemes Showcase – so that already guarantees you an awesome experience! Snapshot is also flexible and can be used for either a photo showcase, portfolio or design gallery.
Gallery is a beautiful, free, gallery-style Thematic child theme for WordPress, designed by Christopher Wallace especially for Smashing Magazine and its readers. It is extremely flexible and can be used as a starting point for design galleries and portfolios.
- Upload a photo and let the “Yet Another Photoblog” plugin do the heavy lifting of resizing the images for you!
- Images are cached for faster load times and less strain on your server
- Widget sidebars on the right side on the index page, archive / search pages, and in the bottom footer
- Easy navigation through pictures instead of just post titles
Offered in two versions (Light and Dark), the Free Photo Gallery Themes are a basic, slimmed down version of our Premium Photo Gallery Themes.
Unlike our Premium Themes, the Free Versions lack:
- Custom logo uploader
- Widget-ready feature boxes
- Different layout options
- Email support (although we’ve got install directions here)
AutoFocus is a WordPress theme specifically for photographers looking for a simple and elegant way to display their work online.
- 3 fixed columns design
- Thumbnail covers style
- Flickr, Twitter and delicious integration
- not widget-ready (see the development-kit below)