Helen, I'm using the template that I mentioned in my reply on a new website - only about 3 pages live so far, so not ready to look at. But if you want to see the template I'm using, just go to https://themeforest.net
and search for Canvas - it's the first listing (SemiColon Web), and I had the price wrong - it's $17. As you'll see, it includes a zillion different templates and options. Doc, quality, and support are great. I can't tell you which template I used because I started with one, and then made a bunch of changes based on the content layout I wanted. You can totally mix and match components across templates, which is what I did. I wouldn't recommend this template, even though I totally love it, unless you're comfortable with html/css - OR see exactly the design you want and are self-disciplined enough not to any changes.
For my Boston website and a couple of others, I used templates from a designer who offers free templates (with attribution) through https://html5up.net
and fee-based (I think maybe $17(?) for 3-months access; no attribution and you can use as many templates as you download forever) through https://pixelarity.com/
. His templates are also very high quality- I've never found any problems - and he's very fast with support if you need it (which you get for as long as you pay - I do the on-going $49/yr sub with him as he continues to create new templates and enhance the old ones). Again, with his templates, I've made major changes to every one I've used and mixed/matched across templates, so I can't really tell you which ones I used. His templates are much simpler to use than Canvas because each has separate code, whereas with Canvas, if you make changes, you have to sort out the sections you need. One of my friends who had ZERO html/css experience when he started is developing a travel website with his daughter using the Editorial template from html5up. He's made a few changes - used vertical, larger photos, simplified the L&F by leaving out some elements he didn't like, added a top slider from a different html5up template - and it's spectacular.
For the record, I think many of the current SBI templates look great. I didn't go that direction because I'd switched to html/css (UYOH) from BB1 in 2008, and like having direct code access in order to make whatever changes I want, which didn't seem possible with the dot system (also one reason why I don't use WordPress). So at this point, I'm reasonably comfortable in html/css (though FAR from being an expert!), but I think it's really important to sort out what you're more comfortable with, and pick which way to go based on that; either direction, there are plenty of good designs that would really showcase your content and photos!