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Free Service for Professional Photographers

Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by WebMaster, Dec 5, 2006.

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  1. WebMaster

    WebMaster Administrator Staff Member

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    The ever growth of DefenceTalk's Military Gallery has prompted us to offer free and unrestricted service to PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHERS.

    What is this all about? If you are a professional photographer, you are probably on the road most of the time, taking pictures?

    Well, if you are one of those who:

    • do not want to maintain their own website
    • do not want to pay for storing their pictures on the web
    • do not want to deal with web host companies and freak ups
    • do not want to start all over with their 'new' website promotions, etc.
    • do not have time to look after the website

      And
    • want to advertise their services to global audiance in picture description, etc.
    • you will get your own section with ability to add unlimited categories and albums along with FTP upload access + plus a short guide in how to use FTP clients if you wish to obtain one
    • A page on the website with your profile and background so people can recognize your work easily
    • Contact for your specific needs!
    • Its all free, never pay for anything!
    This thread will be here so if any photographers interested, please contact us for details or if you have any questions or have something specific that you want to know about.


    Other "standard" features included are:
    DefenceTalk.com has one of the webs largest categorized military galleries with almost 17,600+ pics. Don't end up in a bucket or in a shack, upload military pictures where they belong, DefenceTalk!
     
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