Anyone who’s been bitten by “the travel bug” knows the power of its bite. Just one trip, one excursion, one taste of a new cuisine and culture can change your perspective and alter your life course. There’s something about exploring new terrain and venturing off the beaten path that awakens your senses like few other things can. The desire to see new parts of the world and collect new experiences runs deep. Once you’ve caught the bug, it never really leaves you; rather, it shapes you.
ThemeKeeper Elements is a design subscription service. It includes top quality content from across our marketplaces, now, including photos! Here’s what we learned while launching our new photo library, from the perspective of a product manager.
It’s that time of year again. There’s a crisp breeze in the air, the leaves are starting to turn and there’s pumpkin flavored… everything, which can only mean one thing: Halloween is around the corner! In honor of our favorite haunted holiday we’ve curated an eerie photo collection from ThemeKeeper’s new photo library on the theme of Haunted.
The food and hospitality industries are fiercely competitive, with no shortage of choices for consumers. In any given town, there could be literally dozens of restaurants, hotels, bed & breakfasts, brewpubs and more competing for a finite amount of business. Since prospective guests often do their research online, having a top-notch website can make or break a sale.
From geometric patterns and hand-drawn illustrations to 3D renders and Photoshop actions, our community has created some incredible things this year. ThemeKeeper’s community has been around for over a decade. This August, we’re celebrating our 11-year birthday; in the past 11 years, creatives around the world – including designers, web developers, videographers, and photographers – have earned a living doing what they love through ThemeKeeper’s marketplaces.
Gaby Jalbert is a media specialist at ThemeKeeper, with over two decades of experience in the stock photography industry. Gaby writes about the history of photos at ThemeKeeper, how we refreshed the our stock photo marketplace – and launched a brand-new photo library.
The “You’re Not Just Joining My Team, You’re Joining My Family” Handshake.
Hero images – the eye-catching header image or full page background – are huge right now, and rightly so. They frame and contextualise your content. They provide interesting backgrounds for sites that don’t require a lot of text.
At a loss for words? Use stock photos to tell your story.
In this updated roundup we’ll take a look at some important things to consider when building an online photography portfolio with WordPress. We’ll go over eight tips and ideas, simultaneously looking at some top selling themes from ThemeKeeper Market to help demonstrate each point.
When I say “stock photography” does it conjure up images in your mind of stark white corporate boardrooms, and women laughing while holding a bowl of salad?