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The 6 Best Responsive WordPress Photography Themes for 2019

by Brenda Barron on Jan 10, 2019

Did you know to get work their online is essential for photographers? However, it’s important to remember that people will be viewing your portfolio from a range of different devices in this modern age – not just their desktop computer.

As the world as we know it becomes increasingly connected and mobile, consumers from all walks of life are browsing the internet from their smartphones, tablets, and other devices.

The question for photographers is, how do you choose the right responsive WordPress photography themes to give your followers a great experience, wherever they encounter your work?

Today, we’re going to look at:

  • The top responsive photography themes for 2019
  • The features each theme can offer
  • Where you can download your new theme

Let’s begin!

1.     BeTheme

BeTheme is one of the best responsive WordPress photography themes for the new year. It’s lightweight, which means that it’s quick and easy to use, without taking up too much space on your server. There are more than 400 pre-built websites included within the theme, so you can set your photography site up and running in a matter of minutes. Additionally, the responsive design ensures that you can choose minimal features throughout to keep the experience clean for your users, regardless of the device they use to visit you. Features include:

  • Lightweight design
  • Multi-purpose theme
  • Pre-built websites for simplicity

BeTheme logo, with the word Be made of of several different website screenshots

2.     Uncode

Versatility is often an important feature to check for when you’re looking for responsive WordPress photography themes. A multi-purpose solution like Uncode ensures that you have the functionality you need to make your galleries and images sparkle, while giving you additional options for things like eCommerce and blogging too.

Although Uncode wasn’t designed exclusively for photography, it comes with plenty of features that will help with this kind of website, such as:

  • WPBakery page builder
  • Dedicated templates for photography sites
  • Demo pages
  • Lots of customization options

Uncode's banner, with several website homepages in the background

3.     Oshine

Oshine is an attractive multi-purpose WordPress theme that comes with a selection of 45 demos to inspire and assist you as you’re building your online presence. The wide range of choices means that you can find the design that best suits your photography, and helps you maintain a powerful presence online.

There are plenty of features available with Oshine to help you customize the digital experience that you can give your audience, including:

  • Integrated sliders
  • Multiple layout options and drag-and-drop builder
  • Google fonts integration
  • Video backgrounds
  • WooCommerce compatibility

Oshine's homepage, with a couple people using a Chromebook in the background

4.     Exposure

Exposure is one of the most attractive responsive WordPress photography themes on the market, designed for modern artists who want to show off their work in a minimalist and clean way. This option is great for photographers of all backgrounds, regardless of what their needs might be. If you’ve been looking to sell your photos online, this theme also integrates with WooCommerce.

Some of the features that come bundled in with the Exposure theme include:

  • A calendar and booking module for arranging photo shoots
  • Customizable pages
  • Integrated WooCommerce checkout experience
  • Hubspot contact form

Exposure's homepage, showing example websites on both desktop and mobile

5.     Photocrati

Photocrati is an immersive theme with a wide variety of gallery options, homepage styles, and eCommerce tools to choose from. It’s easy to use and customize, and the theme ensures that you have everything that you could need to build a powerful website. The interesting thing about Photocrati is that it doesn’t come with a preset design. Instead, you simply mix-and-match templates to get the kind of website that’s right for you.

Already, tens of thousands of photographers around the world use Photocrati for features such as:

  • Blogging and eCommerce tools
  • 60+ unique templates
  • Copyright protection
  • Built-in SEO

One of Photocrati's possible designs, showing a field of trees on a bright and sunny day

6.     Kreativa

Finally, if you’re looking for the perfect combo of substance and style with your responsive WordPress photography themes, then you can’t go wrong with Kreativa – a solution that’s brimming with visual appeal. Designed to make your gallery or portfolio stand out from the crowd, Kreativa comes with different skins to choose from, as well as unique menus, home page designs and more.

Kreativa also features a host of solutions that make life easier for photographers who want to take their website to the next level. For instance, it comes with event management and photo proofing tools. Other features include:

  • Slideshow options
  • Photo walls
  • Full-screen videos
  • Multiple customization options

Kreativa's homepage, with a full-screen image of a woman in makeup

There you have it! Six of our favorite responsive WordPress photography themes to explore for 2019. Are there any that you think we’ve missed? Let us know in the comments below, and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more WordPress and photography insights.

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