Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by robz, Apr 6, 2009.
I never knew how much fun it would be
... how much fun it would ... what?
Some pretty cool stuff there. I wanted to go but work got in the way.
#41 and 42 that looks fun as shit
that viewer makes me cry.
wow dude, these are fantastic.
very photojournalistic. i wish i had those skills
good pics, shitty fucking ass viewer though
you could very easily cull that selection down to about 10 pics and call it a day.
and on a personal note, what a waste of time, and taxpayer money.
Why? Well its the best one I can find for lightroom. What's a good viewer for lightroom
Took forever to load here at work and when it did low it was really slow and jerky. Flash is suck. Less flash = moar better
The focus should be on your photos, not on the viewer. Why not just setup a Drupal site and install Lightbox II?
I use the postcard viewer from Lightroom...at least there you can view all photos in thumbnail view and only click the ones you want to see larger. This one forced you to view them in a specific order and with it being as slow to load as it was, I was very quick to close the window.
I just use this cause in light room I just edit the pics and then hit upload and it automatically uploads them.
I've tried this template but its kinda annoying..
If you have access to your site via FTP I would use either Lightbox II (Free) or SoundSlides (69.99). Either way, that viewer got me through about 2 photos before giving up.
Thats awful too. Just use simpleviewer if you have to. Less it more.
Like has been said, focus more on your pictures and not their presentation. If you are going to have some fancy presentation, make sure it works well.
I don't like simpleviewer cause it only displays the pics small
This is the one I use, but I don't have a lot of images for each page either. If you set it up properly, you wouldn't have the images going off the screen.
The good thing about this viewer is that it will allow you to view photos as it is loading them all whereas a lot of others must load all photos first.