This is a long passage-just skip if uninterested in webdesign. I tried posting in the website forum here at lawnsite, but I'd like to be more specific to the lv community here; those working with DSLR night-time images and marketing with a custom approach for lv lighting. I am looking at photoshop (ouch/cost but necessary) and I want to get a webpage designer/editor. Seems like Adobe has a good product with Dreamweaver? The Adobe website is tough to navigate as far as getting answers on which software and which add-ons are essential (apparently by design), I would love a whole Adobe package but that's eccesive for me, besides, my commerce is lighting design, not designing websites for others. My remaining concern is font control without requiring more premium software, I hope I can use Weaver combined with free fonts available online. Microsoft's FrontPage seems a little limiting and too template-driven, but affordable. Seemingly in the same venue as Publisher and other generic stationary and greeting card software. Not as controlable and refined as Weaver? I can manage my images with a free program like Google's Picassa (again, thanks James, 2 more points). I know I can edit html code with free on-line software, but I don't have that much time for learning and applying on code-level for everything I do. I also have free ftp software. Currently I have a webhost (siteground) and I also got vBulletin for another endeaver (a nonprofit project I'm starting). Recommended reading for anyone else interested, I just picked this up at B&N: The Principals of Beautiful Web Design by Jason Beard. (2007 sitepoint, Australia) Awesome design book. He evan talks about the Golden Ratio of Design Proportion and applies it to a "thirds" principal for webpage layout. Again, if interested, keep it going here or pm me. Thanks!