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Changes and how to get what you want with them

Changes and how to get what you want with them

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Posted: 07-25-13 8:19 PM - Views: 1804

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There have been some changes to the layout and usage of the site. Some people love it some people don't. I have listened to quite a few people and have made changes to accommodate their needs. Nothing will please everyone. This is an effort to please most :)

First, people Like Square thumbnails and people like original format thumbnails. Well, in case you did not know, you can choose how to display them.

Select your preference from the drop down menu icon that looks like a gear. See image below. Just select "Square Format" or "Original Format"

Next and Previous Thumbnails have changed when viewing a photo. I like them displayed on the side or on the top.

Again, from the top menu select "Side Thumbnails" or "Top Thumbnails"

Side thumbnails will look like this:

Top thumbnails will look like this:

The Top and Side thumbnails display a group of images that are before and after the photo being viewed. For orientation, the current photo is highlighted in red on the top or side thumbnails so yo can easily identify it.

Where did the Exif data go ?

Just click on the information icon on the top right of the photo. Like shown below:

I want to edit my photo details, add note, assign lenses etc ....

Just click on the Edit Icon near the top right of the photo as shown below.

Here is a nice one. To view a beautiful presentation of some Hall of Fame photos in a slide show, click on the Page title link on the home page. Looks like this depending on the site yo are on:

And it will display a beautiful slide show that looks like this:

I hope this helps you setup your viewing preferences on the site.

As always, please tell others about the site :)



Reply from Bruce on 07-26-13 8:18 AM

thanks, very good explanation of new features & how to adapt them to individual styles
........and, incidently, i agree with the comments of rbeesonjr - the photo you used (guy with the blue beard) is stunning - composition, colour, bokeh - everything - it's photos like this that make me want to grab a camera & go out and do something creative
again, thanks
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