Portfolio Power, with RC Concepcion

Learn some quick techniques and strategies for getting your images on a portfolio on the web.

Learn some quick techniques and strategies for getting your images on a portfolio on the web. This class presumes that you have some basic knowledge of FTP and feel comfortable copying/pasting code.

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Course Lessons:

Lesson 1: Lightroom 3 - HTML Export and FTP Upload (Duration 10:05)

An overview of the HTML web output module in Lightroom and how to upload your files to the web

Lesson 2: Lightroom 3 - Simpleviewer and Simpleviewer 2 (Duration 09:21)

An overview of using Simpleviewer and Simpleviewer 2 in a Lightroom Scenario. Goes over a template install from The Turning Gate

Lesson 3: Using Adobe Bridge to Create a Portfolio (Duration 06:16)

Let's go over how to use Adobe's built in features for web gallery output using Bridge CS5.

Lesson 4: Dreamweaver and Flickr Together (Duration 10:41)

Create a simple CSS Based container layout using Dreamweaver CS5 and learn how to leverage Flickr's Slideshow functionality for a portfolio.

Lesson 5: Flickr and TTG Simpleviewer 2 Template (Duration 04:34)

One of the great features of the template from The Turning Gate is its ability to leverage Flickr. Let me show you how!

Lesson 6: Portfolio Building with JQuery Galleria (Duration 06:20)

There are times when using Flash is not the best option for your portfolio. Learn how to use Jquery based portfolios like Galleria for a portfolio that will work on multiple devices.

Lesson 7: Adding Your Images to Galleria (Duration 06:50)

Learn how to add your individual images into Galleria.

Lesson 8: Putting It All Together - HTML and Galleria (Duration 11:15)

Now that you've learn how to put HTML pages and Galleria together, let's take what we've learned in previous lessons and put it together for a portfolio

Lesson 9: Flash Components - A Quick Overview (Duration 08:37)

The best way to create a Flash gallery when you don't have Programming skills is to let someone else do it! RC Goes over his favorite place for Flash Galleries: flashcomponents.net

Lesson 10: Customizing Your FWDesign Gallery, Part 1 (Duration 15:34)

The author FWDesign at Flashcomponents.net provided a sample template for us to see how fast we can configure it. So let's get to configuring!

Lesson 11: Customizing Your FWDesign Gallery, Part 2 (Duration 08:17)

Let's finish up the configuration for the Flash template from FWDesign.

Lesson 12: Ipad JQuery Template - Fireleaf Design (Duration 11:59)

When I wanted to create an Ipad version of a website using Jquery, I turned to my buddy Alan Brusky of Fireleaf Design. He was nice enough to give us the template to configure for ourselves!

Lesson 13: Customizing the Fireleaf Design Template (Duration 09:12)

Learn how to add your own images into the Fireleaf Design template.

Lesson 14: Redirecting Based on Browser Types (Duration 08:53)

The best portfolio solution will have you redirecting to the proper portfolio based on what technology you're using (Ipad, Iphone, Android). This lesson will show you how to configure your sites for this.

Meet Your Instructor: RC Concepcion

RC is an education and curriculum developer and a “Photoshop Guy” for KelbyOne. An Adobe Certified Instructor in Photoshop, Illustrator, and Lightroom, RC has 10+ years in the I.T. and…

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