Videographers, and those who combine photography & videography, this is for YOU!
We’ve gathered feedback and insights from various media creators from all around the world, who work in different genres – to design and create a website theme focused on VIDEO first, photo stills second. It’s called Cannes!
If you want to find out first about the EARLY BIRD deal, available already next week – sign up here! Otherwise, keep reading to learn more about the Cannes theme, and try your luck winning it in a sweet GIVEAWAY that we’ve included at the bottom of this article!
Cannes – Best Website Theme for Videographers
Though many of our website themes include video options that have allowed and empowered videographers to build beautiful websites and showcase their video portfolios in a unique and elegant way – we decided to take the video game up a notch.
Cannes will offer more advanced functionality in terms of video previews, from playing a video on hover right on the portfolio listing page, to video pop-ups with a refined navigation bar and 20+ combinations of how a single video posts will display and interact with your site visitors.
Apart from the amazing new video options and mesmerizing layouts that you have yet to explore (we’ll be releasing a DEMO at the end of this week), Cannes, like all our other themes will include our block builder that allows you to create page layouts with 50+ block options available, multiple pre-designed page layouts, customizable fonts, colors & icons, and so much more.
Not to mention that it’s WordPress, hence you have all tools and functionality to build a strong SEO strategy and get found by Google and your ideal clients.
Enter Giveaway to Win Cannes (Closed)
UPDATE: We’d like to congratulate Sancia and Mitchell Toth from The Toths Photo & Film! You won our Cannes theme!
Good Luck to all participants! Entries will close on Sunday midnight, and the winner will be announced on Wednesday, June 20th.
Video Credits: A special thank you goes to Sculpting with Time and their Amazing videography work featured in the Cannes previews.