What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the web page?
Emphasize photos, that's what our guests want. Film crews are looking for a specific shot I.E. a forest scene, a tropical beach scene, a bluff garden scene, etc. So Images should be spread out on the page in catalog form to allow producers to see a variety of different potential shots. Also, The film crews will be concerned with logistics so include amenity photos.
For couples(mostly brides making the decisions), we are looking for a more packaged look. A view of the site that will show them what is possible. You want them to come away with the feeling "this is where I want to have my wedding."
The about us section is just text. So it does not need a dedicated page. Just something people can look at if they are interested.
See suggested outline in the word doc in the archive file link (http://www.cypressseacove.com/CSCWebsite.zip 420MB). Photos are numbered and grouped together in various areas/categories.
We want a website to show photo/film production companies (commercials/film/tv/magazines). This like a "modeling" book for a location site. We want to show off a bunch of different scenes (i.e photo spreads) so production companies can come to us for a variety of work.
We also host weddings. Brides/Mother of the Bride(the primary audience) are looking for a strong emotional connection to the site. The goal is to have brides get excited and book a tour.
http://imagelocations.com/ shows some good examples of model books for sites. Try to keep loading times low(this isn't super critical/we'll try to modify photo resolution first, just be mindful). We want production companies to be able to look over many photos quickly.
http://bearflagfarm.com/ is a good example of how to market a wedding site. We don't like some of the fonts used on the site.
The Website Content.doc gives a suggested outline for the site with text.