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Photo shop has automation features that will allow you to create thumbnails for all photographs in your directory.For example, you can create a web photo gallery from the "File->Automation" menu. This will create thumbnail and "full sized" versions of your photographs, and html pages that allow you to click on the thumbnail to view the larger image. There are several layout options and you can select colors for various elements.
 
Photo shop has automation features that will allow you to create thumbnails for all photographs in your directory.For example, you can create a web photo gallery from the "File->Automation" menu. This will create thumbnail and "full sized" versions of your photographs, and html pages that allow you to click on the thumbnail to view the larger image. There are several layout options and you can select colors for various elements.
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The thumbnails  were created automatically by Photoshop (using a value of 50 for resizing). As you can see, the sizes of the icons vary, depending on the original size of the image. In some cases, such as the panoramic photo, an unusual aspect ratio can result in an image that is significantly smaller than others resized in the same batch. If your web design calls for a tabular arrangement of multiple rows and columns, you are likely to find irregularly sized thumbnails do not produce a pleasing result:

Revision as of 10:32, 22 November 2006

Photo shop has automation features that will allow you to create thumbnails for all photographs in your directory.For example, you can create a web photo gallery from the "File->Automation" menu. This will create thumbnail and "full sized" versions of your photographs, and html pages that allow you to click on the thumbnail to view the larger image. There are several layout options and you can select colors for various elements.

The thumbnails were created automatically by Photoshop (using a value of 50 for resizing). As you can see, the sizes of the icons vary, depending on the original size of the image. In some cases, such as the panoramic photo, an unusual aspect ratio can result in an image that is significantly smaller than others resized in the same batch. If your web design calls for a tabular arrangement of multiple rows and columns, you are likely to find irregularly sized thumbnails do not produce a pleasing result:

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