This photo album contains about 550 images from Art and Sharons wedding celebration April 3-4, 2004 at the Chief Obie Lodge in Happy Valley, Oregon.
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Album Name: Description: [root] Top-level album. Contains no images. Sub-albums are charles, dave, geri, and nancy. charles Photos by Charles MacLean. -3420-3449 The sub-albums of this album are broken down by ranges of picture names. -3450-3479 -3480-3509 -3510-3539 -3540-3569 -3570-3599 -3600-3629 -3630-3659 -3660-3689 -3690-3719 -3720-3749 -3750-3779 -3780-3809 -3810-3839 dave Photos by David Lee. -inside indoor scenes -outside outdoor scenes geri Photos by Geri. -home Art, Sharon, etc. at home before ceremony -before at the lodge before the ceremony -ceremony during the ceremony honeymoon Photos from Art and Sharons honeymoon on Dominica. -week1 taken during the first week -week2 taken during the second week nancy Photos by Nancy Van Allen (standing poses). -singles single-person photos -couples two-person photos -groups photos of three or more people ryan Selected family photos by Ryan Flegal. Header Pane Left Pane Right Pane Albums: [root] geri -before -ceremony -home
The link for [root] will take you to the top-level album. The link, geri, takes you to the album, geri, which is kind of mute since you are already there (as indicated by its boldface type). The following links, -before, -ceremony, and -home, take you to the corresponding sub-albums of geri.
In the above thumbnail illustration, g048 is the name of the image. Below the thumbnail picture is a list of links to select various sizes of the image, sorted in order of increasing size. For this one, the options are 600x450, 800x600, and 1280x960. You are given several image sizes so you can decide a trade-off between image quality verses download time. Larger images are of higher quality, but are also bigger files, so they will take longer to download. If you have broadband or another high-speed internet connection, the larger versions should work fine for you. But if you have a slower internet connection, such as a 56K dialup modem (i.e. your phone is busy while you are on the internet), then you will generally want to stick to the smallest versions.
When advancing forward and reverse through the images of the album, the picture size closest to the current picture you are viewing will be used. So if you are currently viewing pictures of about 800x600 pixels, you will traverse similar-sized pictures.
- Steps back to the previous image in the album.
- Advances forward to the next image in the album.
- Picks the next smaller size of the image to view.
- Picks the next larger size of the image to view.
Note: You may want to click on the link called [Just This Picture] that is located underneath the picture currently being viewed to simplify the screen layout while using these Navigation Buttons.
Clicking on the thumbnail image instead of one of the listed dimensions adds one more step to the process of viewing an image, so it is generally not preferrable. However, one piece of information you get by doing this is the actual file sizes of the different images. Although you know that an image of dimensions 600x450 is generally a lot smaller in size than an image of dimensions 1280x960, the actual file sizes can vary based on factors related to JPEG image compression.
If the above method does not work, another option is, while the image is being viewed, underneath it is a link called [Just This Picture]. That link refers directly to the JPEG file. With Internet Explorer, you can right click on that and select Save Target As... or something like that, which will save the target to a file instead of loading it into the browser. Look for a similar feature in your web browser.
- Find ANY image that contains the person or thing you are looking for. In many cases you can focus your search on a specific album; for example, if you know the person you are looking for was in a standing pose by Nancy with one other person, you can go straight to the -couples sub-album of nancy for a short list to search through.
- After you have found any picture containing the person or thing you are looking for, click on the thumbnail. In most cases, there will be a link there called [Click Here for Similar Images]. Click on that link. If there is no such link, it may be that no other similar images were found; if you disagree, look for a different image and try again.
- A virtual album will then load that contains all thumbnails from all albums that contain all of the people or certain objects that are contained in the picture you were at.
- If you would like a smaller list of thumbnails shown, you can refine it by selecting an image that contains nothing other than the person or thing you are looking for (e.g. no other people, etc.). Use it to repeat the steps above.
Note in some cases the [Click Here for Similar Images] link will not work as expected. It may miss some pictures of a person. The most likely error is that one or more images of a selected person will not be found.
Images from the photo album, honeymoon, will not be found using this similar images feature.
- Pick A Smaller Image Size. Simply click on one of the smaller dimensions under the thumbnail and load a smaller version of the image
- Drag Frame Pane Boundaries. The web page has a Header Frame on top, a Left Pane to the left where the thumbnails are listed, and a Right Pane to the right where the pictures load. You can make the Right Pane be a bigger portion of the screen simply by dragging the pane boundaries with your mouse.
- Open A Window That Is Just the Picture. Click on a picture dimensions on a thumbnail to load it into the Right Pane. Then, scroll down to below the picture. There is link down there called [Just This Picture]. Click on that link. The web album will go away and be replaced with a view of, well, just this picture. No screen space will taken up by other stuff on the web page.
- Click on the album name in the Left Pane to bring up the album, but DO NOT click on any of the thumbnails yet. If you have clicked on a thumbnail, then click on an album name again. The Right Pane should not show any pictures or other information you get by clicking on any part of a thumbnail.
- The Right Pane should say at the top, Select an image to the left to view.. If it does not, then you clicked on a thumbnail. Go back to the first step.
- Underneath Select an image to the left to view. is a link called [Whole Album]. Click on it.
- The web page reloads with the same album, but the web address shown by the browser may have changed. Copy that web address from your browser to your email message that you want to put it in.
Note: this also works for the virtual albums created using the [Click Here for Similar Images] links. See the earlier section, Finding Similar Images.
Probably the best way to clarify what the above options are like is to experiment with them. To try all of the above options, pick a thumbnail within one of the albums and do the following:
- Loads the web album to go straight to a specific thumbnail. In this case, the web album will load as normal, but it will look like you clicked on a thumbnail picture.
- Loads just the Right Pane for a specific thumbnail. This is just like the above case except the Header Pane and Left Pane are not shown.
- Loads the web album to go straight to loading a specific image. In this case, the web album will load as normal, but it will look like you clicked on a picture dimension of a thumbnail to load a picture in the Right Pane.
- Loads just the Right Pane for a specific image at a specific size. This is just like the above case except that the Header Pane and Left Pane are not shown.
- Loads just a specific image. This just loads the picture. You cannot browse the rest of the album.
- Click on just picture part of the thumbnail (not one of the selected dimensions). Then, in the Right Pane, try the following two links: [Whole Album], and [Just This Pane].
- Click on one of the dimension size links underneath the thumbnail picture (not the thumbnail picture). In the Right Pane, the picture will load correspondign to that thumbnail with the picture size you selected. Underneath the picture are three links to try: [Whole Album], [Just This Pane], and [Just This Picture].
Try the various options outlined above. When you found the prefered way you would like it to load, copy the web address from your web browser into the email message.
For all of the options above except [Just This Picture], your friend can browse the rest of the photo album by clicking on the link, [Whole Album].