Welcome everybody to my new all singing all dancing but fundamentally the same Transient Light website.
As of the beginning of January Adobe discarded its Plug-In Adobe Flash Player leaving me unable to play a rotating slide show of Transient Light images on my header page and also affecting the uploading of any new images. Over the Christmas period I have been very busy working with my website provider transferring the old site into something a bit more modern that is able to offer the same facilities but with much larger and fully scaleable images that show off the Transient Light pictures on my website for whatever platform it is viewed on at a resolution pertinent to the hardware used, be that iphone, ipad, small low res monitors or all singing all dancing retina screen monitors. That has involved the removal of the smaller low res images and replacing them with the same images but of a larger size for much more enjoyable viewing, time consuming yes, incomplete, I'm afraid so, call it an ongoing process.
Some items will inevitably not link up properly. Print sizes for the moment should be taken with a pinch of salt or at least queried by common sense clearly a square image should not be offered for sale as a 40 inch x 20 inch acrylic. Please do CONTACT me if you want to purchase a print and what you see for offer makes no logical sense.
I hope you enjoy what you see and be assured I will try to iron out everything over the next couple of months maybe the lock down might prove useful after all.
Just a little bit more information on how to move around the galleries.
Once you have selected the gallery that you think you might like to look at click on the image and you will either see further sub-galleries relating to that gallery choice, or you will see a page of images that you can then click on again to view.
Having reached that stage you should be confronted by an enlarged image and several options that allow you to buy those images beneath, and of course I will be delighted if you do, (I remind you of the caveats above). But lets face it most folk will want to browse other images or look at the largest available version of the selected image and that option, if available, (it will be in due course), is directly beneath the gallery image "Larger View".
One of the most pleasing ways to browse the selected gallery or sub gallery is to click on "view slide show", hopefully you will be seduced by a plethora of related gallery images and be so intoxicated that you will feel compelled to buy one, two or maybe more. They do look amazing in print; well I would say that wouldn't I!
It is easy though perhaps not intuitive to migrate back to the gallery or sub-gallery of images at any time by stopping the slide show and clicking on that gallery image.
Lastly if you are looking for a particular subject, theme, area, region or name of a specific image it is helpful to use the website SEARCH system on the HOME PAGE, though I loathe key wording with a passion I am very grateful I did it right from the very beginning, as it works pretty well and it is a good way of tracking down a particular image inside my fairly capacious library of images.
Have fun and all the best wishes for a much improved New Year.