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9 Wedding Photography Sliders

by Brenda Barron on September 20, 2018

Thinking of adding a slider to your wedding photography website? A carousel is a fantastic way to greet visitors, as well as displaying your work in a small space. This is crucial for a wedding photography portfolio. Here’s what a slider can do for a photography website.

  • Create a compact mini-portfolio
  • Elegantly show off your work with a beautiful slideshow
  • Greet visitors and introduce yourself and your website
  • Encourage visitors to look at your prices or visit your gallery

Take a look at these splendid examples of wedding photography sliders, and draw inspiration from their great implementation!

Katelyn James Photography

Katelyn James Photography

This elegantly designed website opens with a huge slideshow of the photographer’s best work. While there are no visible navigation elements, you can click to advance the slides, or just let it play. This carousel fits perfectly with the site’s design.

Ben Mizrachi

Ben Mizrachi

This photographer’s homepage is dedicated to showing off a large sampling of their photos. With a compelling downwards-scrolling animation, this slideshow is simply fun to watch. The bullets at the bottom provide an extra navigation option.

Oh, Karina

Oh, Karina

This homepage uses not one, but two fullwidth sliders, designed to impress you with a small gallery of unique photography. What speaks better for your brand than to show off your style? And these sliders that fill the screen with beauty get right to the point.

Amy Booker Photography

Amy Booker Photography

Amy Booker Photography uses a fullscreen image slider to dazzle visitors with stunning backgrounds. This draws you right in and gives you an up close and personal look at this photographer’s art. The slideshow doesn’t advance on its own, so you can take your time marveling at each photo.

Emily Olivia Photography

Emily Olivia Photography

This carousel is the highlight of the homepage, displaying a carefully-picked selection of this photographer’s amazing work. The pastel, light colors lend perfectly to the simple white background, and the slider even comes with a lightbox to let you get a good look at these gorgeous photos! Being able to see the previous and upcoming photo is a nice touch as well.

Sarah Lynn

Sarah Lynn

Besides the stylish fullwidth slider that introduces you to the site, Sarah Lynn Photography also incorporates a smaller slider. This one advertises other services, like a retouching studio, blog posts, and templates. Both sliders are implemented beautifully and look great with this website’s theme.

Fotowalle

Fotowalle

This carousel is chock full of flashy, vibrant photos. Drag the slider to look at them all, or click play and let all the pretty photography fly by. Images in this slider have a nice faded effect that disappears when clicked on, letting the previous photos fade into the background.

The Time and You

The Time and You

This near-fullscreen slider gives you a crystal-clear look at this photographer’s work. The candid photos work well here, allowing you to see the little details of each shot as you navigate with bullets and arrows.

Photogenic Lab

Photogenic Lab

This photography slider is the centerpiece of the homepage, introducing you immediately to this photographer’s stunning pictures. The slider takes it slow, only advancing occasionally, and giving you time to stare at each photo that appears. When you’re done, the stylish header pulls you down towards the rest of the gallery.

Gorgeous Wedding Photography Carousels

If you’re running out of space on your wedding photography website, why not use a slider to present your photos? A slideshow is a great way to present compelling photography, as these websites demonstrated. Now it’s time to create your own carousel of gorgeous photos!

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