Photoshop CS6 Tutorial
How to Create a Web Gallery in Photoshop
The Web Gallery allows you to quickly share images with your clients and friends. It essentially builds a mini website from a folder of images.
The images are resized, converted to jpg and connected with navigation.
Place your web images in a folder on your hard drive.
In Photoshop choose File > Browse in Bridge.
Choose Output from the several layout options.
Click the Web Gallery icon in the Output panel.
Use the Favorites or Folders panel to navigate to your folder with your gallery images. The images should display in the Content panel.
Click the first image, then Shift select the last image to select all of the images.
There are several pre-packaged templates included with Web Gallery. In this example we will use the Standard template.
Based on the template you choose, you can select one of the styles from the menu. At any point in the design process, you can click the Preview in Browser button to view your gallery in a web browser.
Open the Site Info section to set the Gallery Title, Gallery Caption, Name and E-mail Address.
In the Color Palette section you can customize the gallery colors
Open the Appearance section to show the file names and adjust the slideshow parameters.
Click the Create Gallery triangle to set the folder name and location for your new gallery.
Once the options are set, clikc the Save button.
Your gallery can be found in the folder your specified in the Create Gallery section. The folder includes several files. Open the index.html page in a web browser to see your gallery.