PRESS RELEASE: FolioLink Unveils Exciting BIG Photography Websites
FALLS CHURCH, Va., June 3 /PRNewswire/ -- FolioLink, the popular online website service for photographers, announced the immediate availability of scaling technology in their latest FLASH design. With scaling websites, photographers no longer have to choose between large or small images for their online portfolios. Instead, photographers upload big images that display beautifully on large screens while still impressing their clients on small laptops or iPhones(TM). The latest FolioLink website design seamlessly scales the images down to fit the viewer's monitor.
Big images usually mean a better client experience. Past arguments that most web visitors do not have sufficient bandwidth to view large images or that most screens are 15 inches or smaller no longer apply. Technology trends have led to the use of large, high resolution screens and increased Internet bandwidth. Professional photographer Joel Grimes only needed one look at the latest FolioLink FLASH design with its scaling abilities to embrace it.
"I spend a lot of time making sure my images are fully detailed and meet the quality of my clients and editors. With small online images you can barely see the quality of my work. Bigger photographs make for a much stronger impression. FolioLink's new scaling feature helps me showcase my images bigger and I don't have to worry that someone with a small screen would not see them. The fact that I can upload huge optimized images that fit virtually on any monitor is fantastic!"
FolioLink calls the new scaling capability of the Santiago II FLASH design the first of several planned improvements to enhance the experience of users accessing FolioLink subscribers' websites with large monitors.
FolioLink is a service of ISProductions, a Virginia-based technology company founded in 1987. The company focuses on the development of Internet tools geared to help photographers and artists capitalize on the business opportunities of the web.
For more information: http://www.foliolink.com
See the scaling feature in action: http://www.joelgrimes.com
iPhone(TM) is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
(First posted on Thursday, June 4, 2009 at 20:45 EDT)