Posts tagged with SlideShowPro
These are all photographs I’ve taken in my beloved Lake District over the last few years and reworked with a new effect which I found pretty addictive but can’t disclose, not yet anyway. You may of course say it should . . .
SlideShowPro’s newly-released Director WordPress plugin is a handy way to call individual images like this from Director . . .
What you’re seeing here is SlideShowPro’s SlidePress, a WordPress plug-in that uses SlideShowPro to display images drawn from content management systems such as – in this case – SlideShowPro’s Director.
As noted above, it is a WordPress plug-in. Set-up was . . .
I don’t believe for a second that Apple’s failure to support Flash on the iPad is for anything other than their own commercial self-interest. It was in their power to be so pigheaded, their . . .
Here’s an example of why I like SlideShowPro and particularly its Director image management database.
Just a week ago in this post a user asks SlideShowPro about using GPS data in images he’s uploaded to Director, and within 5 days they’ve updated . . .
SlideShowPro Director Connector is a WordPress plug-in written by Swiss-based photographer Ruggero de Pellegrini. It’s a nice piece of work that lets you access Director images directly from the WordPress editing window – just compose a blog post or page, . . .
So, I’m having another go at WordPress. The idea is to manage all the site’s text content with a single tool, replacing the blog’s current reliance on the rather-aged pMachine and my use of Dreamweaver for other text pages. . . .
SlideShowpro Director 1.4.1 has been released and has watermarking:
Director 1.4.1 includes new support for built-in watermarking, allowing you to upload an image (transparent PNGs work best) to use as a watermark, then Director composites that image on your original content . . .
Following up a comment about the new Flash alter-ego, I noticed that I wasn't as protected from hotlinking as I had thought. Rather complacently, I had noticed my SlideShowPro Director (the content management system for all the site's pictures) . . .
I noticed the other day that in the darkest corners of my hard drive are some Flash files dating back to 1999. That I've been dabbling with Flash for ten years was a surprise, but these were Precambrian era fumblings . . .
Like many of the features in LR3-beta, Publish Services seems a small step forward. Its obvious use is for those who use services like Flickr, Smugmug etc, and before long I hope SlideShowPro's Director can also be included. But it . . .
For anyone with Flash on their website, or those of us endlessly putting off the day of launching our Flash sites, last week there was an interesting post on Google's webmaster blog. The title Flash indexing with external resource loading . . .
SlideShowPro's latest update is a bit more significant than most - it introduces a “Ken Burns” pan and zoom effect - so I'm downloading it right now. A Lightroom version of this is here now.
… now includes the latest images that I've uploaded to the site.
While one thinks of SlideShowPro as a Flash component, their SlideShowPro Director manages your web site's content and serves up different sizes of images to both Flash and . . .
I'd been holding off upgrading SlideShowPro Director until I had enough time to do so properly, but I was itching to try the smart albums included in version 1.3.
Here I've set my new photos section so it's now calculated . . .
If you own SlideShowPro, you get access to lots of examples including the wet floor effect. While I'm sure some will dismiss the look as frivolous or simply too popular to be original, it's so ubiquitous nowadays because (1) . . .
Just as a lot of photographers think they have to go Mac, a lot think their web site has to be Flash-based because it stops people stealing their pictures. “Stops”, of course, has always been an exaggeration - someone could . . .
Launching a Flash site has always been a background project - it's not as if I'm unhappy with the current site - and it's pretty easy to find a reason to keep it in the garage and keep tinkering away. . . .
How bloody annoying. Yesterday, rather than renew my annual hosting agreement, I was switching to another package. While staying with the same host, their more modern platform costs less, and has better email handling and PHP5, which I “need” to . . .
I was asked recently for a few reasons why I still use Expression Media (I still call it iView) rather than depending entirely on Lightroom, so in descending order, here goes:
By far the biggest reason is to manage in a . . .