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June 27th, 2018

Website of the Week – Chris Daidone, Fine Art Landscape Photographer

Posted by liveBooks

Chris Daidone is a New York native who has been intrigued with photography for as long as he can remember. Additionally, he loves to travel, so it was fairly easy to determine that fine art landscape photography would be the obvious path forward.

Daidone’s first camera was a Kodak Disk film camera which he received for Christmas back in 1982. In 1997, he received a Nikon F3 from his uncle just prior to his first deployment with the United States Marine Corps which became the pivotal point in Daidone’s photography career.

It was at this point he really started taking things seriously. After separating from the Marine Corps, Daidone initially got started shooting for automotive based clients in addition to cinematic portraits. While he still shoot cars and people from time to time, his main focus is landscapes.

Q&A with Chris Daidone

Q1: How would you describe the aesthetic of your website in three words?

CD: Professional, Clean, Bold

Q2: How often do you typically update your website?

CD: I updated pictures occasionally but other than that, its maintenance and hassle free.

Q3: How do you choose the photos that you display on your homepage?

CD: In most instances, the homepage image(s) will be swapped out in relation to the popular votes received from my social media accounts.

Q4: What is your favorite feature of liveBooks?

CD: To be honest, I really don’t have a favorite feature. I really love just about everything about how livebooks does business. The backend is extremely user friendly which helps get me where I need to go hassle free so I can spend more time shooting rather than working through code or other programming roadblocks.

Q5: What’s one piece of advice you’d offer to someone designing their website?

CD: Less is more. Keep it clean, bold and easy to use for your customers.

See more of Chris Daidone’s work here:

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