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# Photography
A jekyll website for photographer cum developer
A jekyll website for photographers
## Highlights
1. Easy setup and you get a site of your own for __free__.
2. To add new pictures, you need to just upload them. __No code__ changes required.
3. This I like the most, you get to see EXIF data like __aperture, shutter speed, iso__ etc when you click on any image automagically.
## Quick Start
If you're a developer and love taking pictures then this open-source project may help you setup a website to showcase
If you know a tad about tech and love taking pictures then this open-source project may help you setup a website to showcase
all your creations without effort. And not just that, with this you need not pay a single dime to host your website as
it's hosted by GitHub for FREE.
it's hosted by GitHub for __free__.
**Just follow the below steps and your website would be live in no time:**
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5. And that's it, your website is set. To view, go to [photography.ramswaroop.me](http://photography.ramswaroop.me) (or whatever you have in the CNAME file) and if you don't have one, you can go to [yourusername.github.io/photography](http://yourusername.github.io/photography)
## ProTips
I have made this as an [npm](https://www.npmjs.com) package with [gulp](http://gulpjs.com/) to automate my image resizing and thumbnail generation. So if you're lazy
like me then you can just do the following before you push your images to github.
I have made this as an [npm](https://www.npmjs.com) package with [gulp](http://gulpjs.com/) to __automate image resizing
and thumbnail generation__. So if you're lazy like me then you can just do the following before you push your images to github.
1. Go inside the project `$ cd photography`
2. Install all dependencies by `$ npm install`


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{
"name": "photography",
"version": "1.0.4",
"version": "1.1.0",
"description": "A jekyll website for photographer cum developer",
"main": "npmfile.js",
"scripts": {


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