Figures of Grace: The New Website

Some months ago, my photography website went down. Suddenly.  Without warning.  The woman who had created my website had moved on to a teaching career and was long since out of touch, so what’s a person to do in such a situation?
Create one for yourself.  Although I had been able to add, subtract and alter content on my old website, I always felt a bit troubled that the overall site management was out of my hands.  This time, I decided to do it differently by creating a new website from one of the available online website hosting companies.
I had to wait a while to get my website’s URL to transfer over from the old site, but that has been done.  Now, I have a working website for my photography that once again bears the web address
I invite everyone to take a look and let me know what you think of it.  Navigation can be done by clicking on the bars at the upper right.  Photo galleries have been divided into two sections, Travel and Art Nudes.  Right now, there are four galleries in each section, though I plan to add more in the future.  Some galleries have more photos than others, but I will again see if I can equalize those a bit more later, too.
Though there some other changes that I would like to make,  I think it’s time that I made the official announcement about the website.
One final note:  the site looks better when viewed on a desktop or laptop computer with a wide screen, rather than on a mobile device (for now, anyway).
Thanks for stopping by.

About Dave Rudin

Dave Rudin is a fine art photographer based in Brooklyn, New York. He specializes in art nude and travel photography, using black & white film and making silver gelatin prints in a darkroom.
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