@LSPhoto A good design technique I find really useful, is to look at a page such as the home page, and remove absolutely everything you don’t need. E.g. Your Photo Gallery Section has lists under each one which don’t add anything and over complicate the look, and you have a list of RapidWeaver stacks and developers at the bottom. You have to decide who the site is aimed at and stick with it.
Layout wise consider adding 10 or 12% “white” space at the top and bottom of each section using SectionsPro. Using SectionsMaster you can adjust them all at once and by trial and error get it looking right. I would say you have too many colours going on so perhaps simplify that too. I think you should remove the Graphic Design bit to a separate page unless it’s a core part of your focus.
Then keep going back over it removing stuff and you will end up with a better design that clients will find more appealing, be more relevant to what your business is about and easier to understand and navigate.
You already have a design, but a good way to decide on the content is to imagine you are giving a presentation to a bored audience and you have 30 seconds and only 5 slides. Work out what you would put on those 5 slides and only use that information in your home page. Make sure your audience knows exactly what you do and what you don’t do. I get the impression from your home page that you do every type of photography and also do every type of graphic design. As a potential customer I would probably think you don’t specialise in any one area and also do graphic design when not busy enough taking photos. It’s all about the illusion we need to create.
As web site builders we can often get so caught up in the search for a technical solution to a web building problem, that we lose sight of what we are trying to do in the first place. As new stacks and frameworks come to the market, we also try to incorporate those new things or see other sites with exciting ideas and try to use those too. Good design is about filtering out all of that and focusing on what your business needs to succeed.