liveBooks Photojournalism Offers Pre-Designed Websites for News Photographers

liveBooks Photojournalism

liveBooks Inc has launched liveBooks Photojournalism which offers pre-designed websites for photojournalists. The company says it’s cost-effective and gives the photographer an opportunity to have a professional web presence at an affordable price.

liveBooks Photojournalism has 78 variations of page designs and every one of them is customizable for the needs of individual photojournalists. You choose one, use it as is by putting in your own photos and text, or tweak it some more to get exactly the look and feel that you like.

liveBooks Photojournalism was launched in partnership with photojournalism groups FiftyCrows and the National Geographic All Roads Photography Program.

The pre-designed liveBooks websites are available to members of the partnering photojournalism organizations only. Sites are available via subscription for $44/month or $444/year, or they can be purchased for a one-time fee of $1,144. As their needs grow, liveBooks Photojournalism users can transition to custom sites at any point for an additional $1,200.

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Published by Chris Malinao

Chris teaches Lightroom as workflow software to photography students at the FPPF, Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation. He also teaches smartphone photography.