Photographer & Model
GlamourApprentice.com and the Shooting Beauty Model Photography Podcast are dedicated to teaching photographers how to find, recruit and shoot beautiful models.
We have to change the name of the podcast and have decided to change the site as well to make everything match. It is now going to be called Photographer and Model.
We target dedicated amateur photographers who would like to photograph models in fashion, glamour, fine art and related genres. These tend to be older males - often newly retired or nearing retirement - looking to expand their photography hobby into shooting models.
The podcast interviews photographers and models discussing art, relationship and communication. It avoids gear talk and discussion of the business of photography.
I need the main page at http://www.glamourapprentice.com/ redone with the new name and new masthead, which can include a new logo, or can be purely text.
I like the shapes, use of gradients, and use of photography in the current design. For the new design I'd like a new color scheme based around blue. I am open to secondary color choices other than yellow.
I would like to be able to use the masthead on the blog pages as well, like the glamour apprentice logo is currently used, but I wasn't planning a redesign of that WP Theme (Thesis). But if you want include that in your entry that's fine.
The page must include the same navigation exits, (Free mini-course, Podcast, Blog, Contact). It must also include a email list/mini-course sign up that catches the eye. I would also like to include more information about the podcast on the front page. The Blog Post of Interest is optional, but I think useful.
The main goal of this page is to accomplish at least one of the following in order of preference. Join the Email List. Subscribe to the Podcast, Read the blog.
You can use any of my images in the design. They are on the blog, or on Flicker (http://www.flickr.com/photos/reactuate/).
Final Deliverables: HTML and CSS for the page, as well as layered, editable, PSD files for any graphics created.