Website Design Photography


Delicious Webdesign offers digital professional photography to meet your web design and printing needs, in and around Essex, allowing you to use the images in your online and offline marketing. Our Photographer uses the latest digital cameras in conjunction with Photoshop to produce high resolution, great looking, professional pictures. Delicious Webdesign have a wealth of experience in web / logo design, photography and image manipulation (primarily using Adobe’s Photoshop CS4). You will be happy to know that all images are provided to you royalty free, which enables you to use all your images as you wish. It’s very common for our clients to request the artwork and photography for their letterheads and business cards and we are delighted to provide it.

Delicious Webdesign provide professional web photography (portrait’s, groups, product or sporting /action shots), We can come to your location to capture your premises, vehicles, buildings and staff members.

We really like to let the photography actually speak for itself, so please take a look at our portfolio (links below) and feel free to contact Delicious Webdesign to find out how you can make your site that ‘extra’ delicious with our professional photography or perhaps choose a web package that includes our professional photography.

Some of our Graphic Designer’s artwork and Photographer’s work is showcased here:

We can come to your site and take a selection of pictures at your request or you can leave the whole assignment up to the talent and artistic skill of our Professional Photographer

If you simply want us to provide logo design and photography services to yourself or another company that are developing your site then please contact us to hear what we can do

Also take a look at our complete list of Webdesign services

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Web Image formats – GIF vs. JPEG

it’s easy for less experienced photographers that are designing websites to use wrong the incorrect format for their image files. As a general rule If your photograph or image has small number of colors (possibly not more than 64) Then the GIF format proves to be a more efficient format. A good idea is to reduce your palette size to the minimum you can (32 or 16) before you start to see visible reductions in the quality of the image. Photoshop makes this processes easy in the ‘save to web or devices’ function.
As a general rule if your image contains textual content then the GIF format should be selected. This is due to the lossy compression used in the JPEG files that can result in text appearing slightly blurry and not crisp.

If you are saving a photograph for your web design then ensure you save it as JPEG and reduce the quality to just above a level where you can see the image start to deteriorate this will ensure your webpages load fast and look great.

With the above ‘rule’ in mind it’s possible to use JPG image format for photographic images with large typeface embedded within them. Although it’s possible that the edges of the text may be slightly blurry it’s unlikely that it will diminish the quality of the image too much. So there is a trade off against the choice of JPG and GIF files for the very common logo ⁄ banner heading that is used in most websites, which normally contain a main photographic image and text on it, if the photograph must make an impact then the JPG format is normally the better option. We all use Adobe Photoshop 10 ⁄ CS4 at Delicious Webdesign and we recommend it for any budding web designer that enjoys photography. Take a look at our logo Banner at the top of this page that has text embedded within a JPG, hopefully you will agree that the image makes an impact and the text looks reasonably crisp.