The image gallery is organised as a hierarchical set of album and photo pages which can be accessed using either the folder selector on the left-hand menu, or by progressively clicking through the levels of thumbnail images on the main page. Use the navigation buttons at the top and bottom of the pages to move about.
Top level albums in the hierarchy represent the main photo shoot categories and are usually arranged by event and/or date. The Portfolios album contains collections of images from elsewhere in the gallery arrange according to themes. Registered users may see additional albums once they login.
For an introductory tour through the gallery, visit the portfolio albums.
- Put your browser into Full Screen mode (press F11 on most Windows browsers; press again to restore normal mode) - this may help to fit the photo pages onto your screen.
- Click on the more information link at the bottom of album and photo pages to reveal additional details such as date, description, and location. Click the link again to hide them.
- The top navigation buttons do not change position between pages so you do not have to move your mouse when repeatedly clicking them.
- Collections such as the portfolio and Best of... albums have clickable links below each photo that respectively take you to the original image in context, and the start of the original album.
- Send us some Feedback - the link at the bottom right of each album/photo should create a new message in your email package with the album/photo details copied into the subject line.
- You can view all photos within an album as an automatic slideshow - click the View Slideshow link in the left-hand menu. Depending on your browser you can change the delay, the direction, and the type of fade between slides.
- The image Search facility is a very basic and does not support Boolean (search engine) queries - hopefully the Gallery 2 development team will improve it sometime soon.
- If the text size is too small (or too big) for you, ask your browser to change it - for Microsoft Internet Explorer, use Text Size on the View menu - for Mozilla browsers such as Firefox and Netscape, use the Ctrl key together with +/- keys.