NTP  |  HOW TO MAKE AN ONLINE GALLERY

When do you make an online gallery for a client?
Typically we make our clients online galleries after their photo session.

The steps that take place prior to the online gallery are typically as follows. 

1. The images are downloaded, and organized into their folder.
2. Images are named, meta'd.
2. Images are narrow down.
    -Portrait sessions: Nicole narrows down the gallery.
    -Headshot Sessions: Client narrows down the gallery after shoot

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When is it time to make an online gallery?
1. Client has photo session
2. Retoucher/Photo Assistant downloads, names, meta and organizes the client images.
3. Nicole narrows down the images.
4. The images are ready to be prepared for work in an Online Gallery. Directions below.
 

 

What skill set is needed to make an online gallery?

-Adobe Photoshop (Basic knowledge)
-Adobe Bridge (Basic knowledge)
-Eye for color
-Attention to detail
-Basic cropping knowlege
-Shoot Proof basics

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How do I begin? What is the first step?

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3. Create the following folders in the client folder:

-Last Name RAW Not Using
-Last Name RAW Using
-Last Name Proofing
-Last Name MMYY (double digits for both) of shoot
-Last Name RAW Swap Using (this is only necessary if there are headswaps). Headswaps are blue and green labeled images.

 

 

3. Create the following folders for each client:

-Last Name RAW Not Using
-Last Name RAW Using
-Last Name Proofing
-Last Name MMYY (double digits for both) of shoot (Month - Two Digitals + Year - Two Digits) Example : 0517
-Last Name RAW Swap Using (this is only necessary if there are headswaps). Headswaps are blue and green labeled images.

 

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