Many thanks, Don!My services are available to all members.
I do this on a regular basis for many shooters and artist.
We can do it in the forum or privately.
I'm here if ya need me....
Hi Bob, it is wonderful to see you here!Greetings Shooter, Brian, & Amin.
I guess Brian's asked me to look around, as in the interest of honing my own chops, discernment, and all that, I've been trying to encouragingly critique at another popular photography site for some time now.
In my experiences, the matt usually takes away from most of my photos if I print them and hang them. Much of it is because most places, like Michaels or Hobby Lobby, are fairly limited on colors.So I'm in the middle of editing a woman's work. She has many strong images.
She can't see how to group anything but that's ok, that where I help....
But.... She bought these frames that look like, well let's just say there's no accounting for taste. We are in the middle of a grand argument because she can't see how the frame effects the image.....
On the wall, the frame becomes a part of the image. The idea behind the frame and matt, is that it seperates the image from the surroundings.
I know everyone here knows this, why doesn't she?
Anyway, just starting some talk....
It's not as easy as I'd like, but not super hard. The attachments are ordered by the sequence in which you attach them, so the easiest way to re-order them is to just make a new post and attach in the new sequence. The other way is to edit the post -> "Go advanced" -> "Manage attachments", and then delete and re-attach in sequence.Amin,
that could work but how easy is it to move images from one position to another....?
for example.....your set is now 1 2 3 4
can you make it 4 3 1 2