Airtight Interactive: TiltViewer

Airtight Interactive: Tiltviewer

I’ve been in the process of putting together an online version of my portfolio to supplement the hard copy. The online form offers the opportunity to display the breadth and depth of my work in a more complete way.

I was looking around for unique options for my gallery and came across TiltViewer from Airtight Interactive. The literature says that you can have your gallery look directly at your Flickr account as the source for your images or you can edit a .xml file with the names of your images along with titles and descriptions prior to uploading (which is what I did).

It’s a very captivating and down-right mesmerizing. I can sit and play with it for longer than I care to admit. It can take a little time to setup and the work can be a tad tedious but the results really do speak for themselves.

While you’re over at Airtight Interactive, be sure to take a look at SimpleViewer, AutoViewer, and PostcardViewer – also available as part of Lightroom’s Web Module. All are slick, customizable, and absolutely free!

Here’s a link to the photography section of my portfolio – more to come as I put it all together!

Comments:
  • Mike Palmer
    Reply

    Rockstar!! That is supercool Jason – Your photography is fantastic! Thanks for adding another thing to check out on my list = )

    April 3, 2008 at 9:25 am
  • John Attanasio
    Reply

    Jason,

    Your work is PHEnominal!!!!

    I was trying to allow my newly purchased lightroom to have tiltviewer as an option… can you help me get tilitviewer to work in LR2?

    October 20, 2008 at 12:58 am

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