80,000 Photographers At Your Fingertips

As we have recently grown to over 5 million members world-wide, we thought it would be a good time to take a look at some of the most popular skills people are adding.  On average each member has 2 skills, so that’s 10 million skills you have access to on SkillPages!

The types of skills vary so much it’s fascinating, a quick look at some of our recent member stories will show you this.  However, some are certainly more common than others.  Starting at the top of the list we have photography – one of the most popular skills on SkillPages with over 80,000 photographers registered from all over the world.  This makes for great viewing as you browse their portfolios.

The variety of niche’s within the photography world is very evident on SkillPages with over 20 types of photography specialities represented.  From aerial to underwater and fashion to food, you should have no trouble finding the right person!

Need A Photographer? 

SkillPages makes it very easy and quick for you to contact highly skilled photographers in your area.  By simply posting a free opportunity we’ll instantly notify all suitable members, allowing them to contact you directly – saving you a lot of searching time!  Of course it’s not only photographers you can post an opportunity for, but all types of skills in any country world-wide.

A sample of photographers on SkillPages, click the images to view their portfolios.

We’d love to see your SkillPages portfolio – feel free to share a link in the comments.

About Brid O'Connell

Social Media Manager at Thomas Cook Airlines.

Posted on June 27, 2012, in Skill Highlight, SkillPages Insight and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. I always aspired to be a photographer but was never able to become one, however my hobby is still photography and seo. I would also like to tell that the photographs here are great and they are of so high resolution and clarity.

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