Are you still trying to get a grasp of the new Photoshelter? Here are 5 tips to help you out.
Create more view space in the back end
The image browser screen has 3 panes. There is a seperator between them. Click on the seperator to colapse the side pane. Click on the seperator again to show it.
Set cover image of a gallery
Select a gallery you want to change. Drag the image you want to use as a cover image to the "description section" in the right hand panel.
Change the visibility of a gallery or folder
Select the gallery or folder. In the top of the right pane, there is "who can see me?" and "who can download me?" You can select "Everyone", "Those with permissions" and "No one but me". You can also grant download permission here.
Find out how many 'copies' of a gallery are there
Check the "located in" section at the bottom of the right pane.
Change the image order in a gallery
Select a gallery and use the "order selector", is located next to the "actions" at the top of the middle pane. You can now select the order based on "File Name". "Date Uploaded", "Date Added to Gallery", "Date Taken" and "Custom". The up/down arrows next to it allow you to reverse the order.
Finally found the time to play around with lightroom 3. I still need to try out all the new features, but I like my first quick result.
In less than 10 minutes I created this art impression of a Dutch landscape. The new grain option adds a moody effect to the image.
What do you think? What is your favourite new option in lightroom?
Adobe released Lightroom 3 today, simplify photography from start to finish!
New in this release
- superior noise reduction
- accelerated performance
- support for DSLR video files
- image watermarking
- Flickr integration
- Tethered shooting
- film grain simulation
Check the adobe website for all the details about Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3
get 30% off Lightroom 3
You get a 30% discount on Lightroom 3 when you purchase it simultaneously with Photoshop CS5, Photoshop CS5 Extended, or Creative Suite* containing Photoshop CS5 or Photoshop CS5 Extended.
Great news from Photoshelter this week. They announced an upcoming site upgrade for June 10, 2010 with excellent new features.
- Simplified website setup, customization, and management
- Structural changes to help search engines find more of your images
- Shorter URL structure that places your branding ahead of PhotoShelter
- Simpler image gallery management with a streamlined user interface
In particular the changes to support search engines are long awaited. This should solve the current issues with mixing your brand domain name with the photoshelter urls to your galleries. Allowing you to build your brand more effectively.
And even with the Photoshelter basic and starter accounts your brand will now lead ahead of Photoshelter. Up to now these accounts used photoshelter branded pages for displaying your photos and galleries. From June 10 they will get a single customizable photography website based on a new theme. Providing you with a complete standalone photography website perfectly suited to grow your business, outfitted with all of PhotoShelter's powerful tools for marketing, e-commerce, and client management.