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Continuing our journey through Church Website Photography Month, previously we looked at why photos are so important and what their purpose is.
Now, let’s address the importance of using good quality photos and some specific photos every church website should have.
Thought - Website - Pictures - T-shirt - Job
What’s your first thought when you go to a website that has blurry, dark, over-exposed, or tiny pictures on it? Eek! It’s like wearing a stained t-shirt to a job interview. Poor images give visitors the impression that the people who make up the organization are either clueless or doesn’t care.
But what do you think when you see good, compelling photos on a website? It shows a vibrant community of people who are full of life, care about people, and are inviting you to be a part of what they’re doing.
To put it bluntly:
Photos make or break a website.
Administrator - Website - Photos - Website - Quality
If you are the administrator of your website and you’re not sure whether the photos on your website are good quality or not, ask someone in your church who has an eye for photography or request a free website review.
Because there are specific things most church website visitors want to know about, there are specific photos every church website should include.
Church - Building - People - People - Visit
1) Outside of the church building with people. People who are considering a first-time visit to worship with your church want to know what the outside of your church building looks like so they know what to look for when they visit. It’s also important to show that your “church is the people” – people who are friendly, kind and engaging – so make sure there are people in the photo and not just a lifeless building.
2) Worship service. Potential visitors also want to know what the inside of your church building looks like during a weekend gathering. How big is it? How...
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