Creating An Online Gallery

© 2002 Gregory Georges

48.2

© 2002 Gregory Georges

48.1

© 2002 Gregory Georges

48.2

© 2002 Gregory Georges

ABOUT THE IMAGE

Raptors in Black & White

Canon EOS D30 digital camera, 300mm f/2.8, various camera settings, all images have been edited and converted to b&w, twelve 427 x 640 pixel .jpegs, 38Kb to 124Kb

One significant benefit of using digital photos is that they can easily be shared online. As more and more people have regular access to the Internet, displaying your photographs online makes them available to a large worldwide audience. Photoshop 7 makes it remarkably easy to create an online photo gallery — most of the repetitive and tedious tasks are all automated when you use the Web Photo Gallery feature. Although Web page designs are limited to 11 pre-formatted styles, the use of any HTML editor, such as Dreamweaver or HomeSite by Macromedia, or FrontPage by Microsoft makes it possible for you to modify the style sheets or the completed HTML pages to meet your own requirements.

In this technique, you use Web Photo Gallery to create an online gallery for the set of 12 black and white raptor photos shown in Figure 48.1. If you have ever created a gallery such as this one manually, you'll love this feature as it automatically resizes and optimizes each image, creates thumbnails, and creates HTML code that even includes a title and caption for each photo found in image files, plus all the necessary links to make the gallery complete.

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