Excellent photography can stir the soul. The trouble, for many photographers, is finding a way to tell a complete story with images alone. Exposure is a web-based publishing platform that photographers can use to add context and relevance to their most important shots.
Exposure is designed in a way that allows you to tell a great story without detracting from the photos you’re describing. Add more narrative to your own photo essays by crafting a post on the Exposure platform. Add a title and subtitle to your post, and drag your cover photo into place. Exposure lets you choose between adding a set of photos or a single full-width photo. Sets of photos are laid out in a responsive grid that looks equally stunning whether you’re viewing it on a desktop computer or a smartphone. Group similar photos together and add individual titles and descriptions for each set. Exposure also lets you add footnotes and location information underneath your photos.
Preview your photo essay before you click “publish,” or save it as a draft to finish at a later time. The finished product you end up with looks impressive and custom, especially considering how easy it is to create a photo narrative with Exposure’s tools. Photographers who are looking for a more stylish way to post their work online should consider checking out Exposure’s self-publishing platform.
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