Online Galleries

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Can anybody tell me the best way to have a fully functional gallery on my website, I dont want to use flickr or smug mug as they are too gimmicky for what I need.

I just want something that allows me to present my images and sell them, it would be a bonus too if they can be enlarged. I dont mind paying for some software if there is some out there. I am really after something professional and stylish.

Please help
Thanks

Stewart
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Hello Stewart,

Thanks for your message! Finding a fully functional photo gallery with the option to add a sales feature on your website can be a bit of a tricky task. While there are many photo galleries that can be added to your site, as well as many eCommerce features, it is difficult to find one that caters to both the gallery and sales feature and can additionally be added to a website.

Although I cannot think of a program offhand that offers such features, I can suggest that you do some research on your preferred search engine. In the meantime, I will share your message with colleagues and try to gather some ideas beyond Flickr and SmugMug.

In a very recent post from one of our YEP members, a suggestion was offered to try out Picasa. You can view that thread here: Maintaining Image Quality.

We look forward to assisting you with this further.
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Brianna

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Hello Stewart,

Thanks for your message! Finding a fully functional photo gallery with the option to add a sales feature on your website can be a bit of a tricky task. While there are many photo galleries that can be added to your site, as well as many eCommerce features, it is difficult to find one that caters to both the gallery and sales feature and can additionally be added to a website.

Although I cannot think of a program offhand that offers such features, I can suggest that you do some research on your preferred search engine. In the meantime, I will share your message with colleagues and try to gather some ideas beyond Flickr and SmugMug.

In a very recent post from one of our YEP members, a suggestion was offered to try out Picasa. You can view that thread here: http://forum.yola.com/yola/topics/mai...> Maintaining Image Quality.

We look forward to assisting you with this further.