Flash-based photography sites - quick, cheap, and easy.

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Grimace, Jun 16, 2007.

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    Grimace

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    Hey guys, I've been playing around with SlideShow Pro (and SSP Director) for the past few months and I think it's quite amazing. You have a great deal of control over the site look, and the coding is really top notch. SSP is cheap, and if you have Flash, I would seriously give it a try.

    I know next to nothing about Flash, and not a great deal about HTML, but even I am able to get a pretty good result. This is the first time I've shown my work here, so be gentle if you comment on the photos themselves. :eek: I just want to share the software that has helped me appear like I know what I'm doing!

    -Grimace.
     
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    Kamera RAWr

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    Your website is nice. I think the photographs are wonderful :)
     
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    Wow, that really looks great. I honestly wouldn't have thought that it would be that easy to do something like that. Once again I'm reminded how foolish Adobe is being with Flash nowadays...:(

    But, very cool site, nice photos, just wanted to thank you for helping me retain some faith in the ease of use of Flash, if not in Adobe's direction with Flash...
     
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    decksnap

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    I've also found autoviewer and simpleviewer to be about as easy as can be and pretty slick. They don't have the same feature set, but hey.. they're free.
     
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    Hi Grimace, very nice pics! and thanks for the heads up on SSP/Director. I noticed that SSP is compatible with various versions of Flash. I'm not a web designer nor do I have plans to be one. I gather I could buy Macromedia Flash 8 Basic (if I can find a copy) and not miss anything that Adobe Flash CS3 might have? I'd only buy it to use SSP. Thanks. Jo
     

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