Posted on Monday, March 3rd, 2014 by Will Hagle
Exposure is the photography publishing service that allows you to create beautiful narratives.
Exposure.so was created as a publishing tool for photographers who are sick of the traditional photography outlets currently provided online. Most photography websites allow users to upload their pictures onto a continuous, unorganized feed or as a single, standalone link. Exposure, however, organizes uploaded photographs into narratives. This allows photographers to create specific stories in conjunction with a set of photographs. If you have a collection of photographs from a trip to London, for instance, you could easily group them together in a logical fashion and have them displayed on a simplistic, well-designed page via Exposure. The main reason to choose Exposure over other publishing platforms is that it truly emphasizes the photographs as an important part of a story, making it worthwhile for photographers of all skill levels.
Although Exposure offers one of the best online publishing services, its subscription fees can get a little bit pricey. The highest subscription category, “Pro,” offers unlimited posting, a unique domain name with Google Analytics access, and a variety of other features for $9 per month or $99 per year. There’s also an option to pay $5 per month for the same features, but without the domain name. While those prices are high, they’re not too outrageous considering the services the site offers. There’s also an option to create a free account on Exposure, which allows you up to three posts on the site. For fans of photography, there’s also the opportunity to sign up for a weekly email blast of the best Exposure posts, curated by the editorial staff. There’s is some truly great content on the site, and the site can only benefit from more talented photographers hosting their work through the platform. It’s definitely worth checking out.