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April 21, 2016

Slate: The Theme Is Movement

Say goodbye to static portfolios. Showcase your motion work in our new video-centric theme, Slate. Display films, videos, animations, motion graphics—whatever—in a flexible gallery layout, then play them large format, seamlessly.

Slate’s features include:

  • A fully responsive design
  • Smooth page transitions, including a beautiful scroll transition from your homepage in to your content
  • Full-width images in both gallery and listing pages
  • Listing pages have the ability to use a Masonry layout or Grid layout

Whether you’re a filmmaker, videographer, animator, or GIF-master, Slate will show off your work beautifully. Try Slate out, and set your work in motion.

March 16, 2016

New Feature: Client Proofing

Sharing images with your client after a photo shoot doesn’t have to be tedious or time consuming anymore. Format’s new Proofing tool will streamline your workflow and make image reviews fast and easy for you and your client. Proof, manage and deliver client work directly from your Format site.

March 15, 2016

All Format Themes Now Mobile

It’s official—every website theme on Format is fully responsive and looks great on mobile and tablet devices. From Sierra to Amazon, you can be confident that your work is professionally displayed on every screen. Make sure to update your theme to the latest version to see your mobile-friendly portfolio.

February 16, 2016

Use Dropbox, Use Format

Dropbox is one of our favorite tools for backing up files and collaborating with partners. Now with a brand new add-on, you can post your Dropbox images directly to your Format portfolio. Simply choose the Dropbox icon when you click “Add Images” from your dashboard and upload in a flash.

If you don’t have a Dropbox account yet, click the link below to register for 2GB of free space.

February 13, 2016

InFrame Presents Zun Lee

In this episode of InFrame, filmmaker Bas Berkhout explores the streets of NYC from Zun Lee’s perspective. Watch Lee speak about his difficult childhood, his journey from physician to photographer, and search for his biological father. It’s an emotional story of the people who inspire us, and betray us.


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Shot by member Pierre Dal Corso