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Photographer Connections

This plugin connects different photography related API's to WordPress. For Example: ShootQ integration allows Contact Form 7 forms to send info t

Install and activate the plugin.

You will need accounts with each site to use them: * Pictage * ShootQ * SmugMug * Album Exposure


  • Look in the main admin menu for "Photographer Connections".
  • Activate each module you want to use.
  • Currently there is access to Pictage, SmugMug and ShootQ.

Album Exposure

  • Activate Pictage at "Photographer Connections".
  • Visit "Photographer Connections->Album Exposure".
  • Add your Album Exposure user name.

Add short code [album_exposure] to any page to embed the Album Exposure app inside your site. Select the 'Album Exposure' page template to make it go full screen. If the 'Album Exposure' template was not added to your theme, you can download a sample from 'Photographer Connections->Album Exposure'



  • Activate Pictage at "Photographer Connections".
  • Visit "Photographer Connections->Pictage".
  • Add your Pictage account information.

Pictage allows you to list all your active events.

Just add the shortcode [pictage_events] to any post or page.



  • Activate SmugMug at "Photographer Connections".
  • Visit "Photographer Connections->SmugMug".
  • Add your SmugMug account information.

To display all SmugMug albums, use [smugmug_albums]. To display one album, use [smugmug_albums album="My Album Name"]

Look on the SmugMug settings page after you save your account info and it will include shortcodes for all available albums.



  • Activate ShootQ at "Photographer Connections".
  • Visit "Photographer Connections->ShootQ".
  • Add your ShootQ account information.

To embed the contact form provided by ShootQ, add the shortcode [shootq_form] to any post or page.

To have contact form information sent to ShootQ, you need to install and use Contact Form 7: Install Contact Form 7 and set up a form.

The plugin should also work with the contact forms in ProPhotoBlogs Version 3, but has not been fully tested.


ShootQ with Contact Form 7

In order for your Contact Form 7 forms to send info to ShootQ, they must use fields with these names.

General Info:

  • "name" or "first-name" and "last-name"
  • "phonenumber"
  • "email"
  • "type" (this is for the type of event - Portrait, Wedding, etc.)
  • "referred_by"
  • "referrer_id"
  • "remarks" (a textarea to allow comments)
  • "subject" (will be combined into the shootq remarks area)
  • "message" (will be combined into the shootq remarks area)

For Wedding Events:

  • "ceremony_location"
  • "ceremony_start_time"
  • "ceremony_end_time"
  • "reception_location"
  • "reception_start_time"
  • "reception_end_time"
  • "groomsmen_count"
  • "bridesmaids_count"
  • "guests_count"

For Portrait Events:

  • "classifier" (should be a drop down list of types of shoots that you offer - kids, family, senior, etc.)
  • "group_size"

Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.1.4
Last Updated: 6 years ago
Active Installs: 60+


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