There’s a new way to share albums with only the people you want to! With password protection, you can further secure any private album by creating a password for it from the Privacy Settings, which is accessible from menu button on an album page. Once you’ve chosen a password, make sure you update your changes and you’re all set. To share this kind of album, you will have to provide someone the album link and the album password in order for them to view the images. You can also change the password anytime you would like.
Sarah is a photographer, explorer, and people-lover, currently based in Columbus, Ohio. She has a keen love for the uniqueness that everyone embodies and loves to capture the beauty in all individuals.
Want to see more? Check out her gallery: https://imageshack.com/user/sarah_brevick
Stephanie is a photographer and lover of color from the island of Puerto Rico. She mainly does portraits and fashion photography but is also interested in documenting adventures wherever she goes.
Want to see more? Check out her gallery: https://imageshack.com/user/StephSegarra
Now you can see all your favorite images all at once. Each and every image you’ve “liked” can be seen side by side when you click on the new “Liked” feed. Get inspiration from the images you love and make sure you’re following your favorite photographers.
We know you want to protect your images as much as possible and we want to help you. In your Account Settings, under Privacy/Preferences, you can choose to block people from right-click copying and downloading of your images. While you’re there you can also set up watermarking to add another level of safety.
Want to make sure your images are as safe as possible? Now you can safeguard your hard work with just a few clicks by utilizing our watermarking tool! Go into your Account Settings, under Preferences, and upload your own watermark to apply to all your images.
James is a Dallas based art director / interactive designer and recently decided to rekindle his passion for photography. Specializing in portraits and landscape photography, he shoots mostly outdoors and in natural light.
Most likely, you’ve probably seen leading lines in hundreds, if not thousands, of photos! Leading lines are used to guide your eye across a photo and bring your focus to the subject. These lines can be “made” from almost anything, depending on the overall composition, such as roads, sidewalks, buildings, fences, furniture, and trees. Utilizing leading lines is an easy way to give your shots that certain put-together quality. It’ll also make your pictures pop to anyone looking at them. See for yourself!
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Have you ever wanted to know how popular your images are? Well now you can! Just click on the “STATS” button on any Landing Page to see how many views, comments and likes your image received quickly and easily. You can even set a specific date range for more precise information.