Saturation is a minimal portfolio theme for Tumblr. Whether you're a photographer, illustrator, or designer, it's a stylish way to show your work to the world.
Saturation features a large slider to showcase your photographs or work. You can change the height, speed, transition style, photo alignment, and lots more.
It's also easy to add a title, description, and link to each photo. You can use these to promote products, links, photos, or anything else!
Posts are arranged in a stylish grid, each cropped to a square format, with the layout flowing to different styles depending on whether you're on a desktop, tablet, or phone.
It's simple for readers to like, reblog, or link to your posts.
Saturation can also pull in your work from other sources as well — your latest photos from Flickr, or thoughts and links from Twitter. These show up as widgets at the bottom of each page.
Social buttons let people follow your adventures on your various social media channels — we support dozens of different icons and networks (and we’re always adding more!)
You can choose to showcase the EXIF data from your photos if you'd like (all pulled automatically from the photos). This includes your camera, aperture, exposure, or focal length.
It's a great way to give a bit more detail and information about your images, without any extra work on your part!
You can change any and every aspect of Saturation to match your style and personal brand.
Fonts and typography, colours, layout, backgrounds, border widths — you name it, you can customise it!
It looks great right out of the box, but it’s simple to put your own stamp on the design (and we’re here to help you every step of the way!)
With one click, visitors can share your content across different social channels: Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and Google+.
This is in addition to all the usual Tumblr features, allowing people to like and reblog your portfolio of work. Don't let your incredible content go unnoticed!
A unique feature makes it easy for your readers to flick around your site, using only their keyboard.
H takes you home, R takes you to a random post, and the Left and Right arrows navigate between posts or pages. Discover a whole new way to browse your Tumblr site!