So after the Adobe MAX Conference me and my wife flew directly to Thailand to see family and the area for Thanksgiving.Ã‚Â Luckily we got there when we did because protesters soon took over the airports after we arrived.Ã‚Â So in order to get out we had to drive to Cambodia and take a flight out from Siam Reap.Ã‚Â Home of Angkor Wat.Ã‚Â Which was perfect becuase I always wanted to go there.Ã‚Â Thanks protesters!Ã‚Â Now it was an expensive trip seeing as China Airlines didn’t help us in rebooking and we had to buy new one-way tickets from Cambodia.Ã‚Â Nex time I’m going to get trip insurance!
Needless to say, it was a great trip full of venomous snakes, shady cabbies, riots, cheap DVDs, snake alcohol, longneck tribesmen, opium, $5 massages, Bangkok’s elite, food poisoning, and driving in traffic that will give you a heart attack.Ã‚Â Best of all was sharing it with family. (Not the food poisioning of course). All easily compiled into a nice web gallery using Bridge CS4.
Creating a Web Gallery Using Bridge CS4 View Gallery
As you can see from the snapshot above, what you have to do is:
- Select all the photos you want to include.
- Change the workspace to Adobe Media Gallery 2.0
- Select the Web Gallery Button.
- Choose the Template you’d like to start with.
- Give the site a name and other info, with options to change the color and layout.
- Lastly, under Create Gallery you can either select to export to your desktop or upload directly to your website like I did!Ã‚Â
It’s that easy!Ã‚Â I wish getting a Bangkok taxi driver to take me directly to my destination was that easy.