A gallery is where you group content that shares a common concept or theme. Galleries appear at the bottom of the asset details page.
- Assets can be added to unlimited galleries.
- We recommend adding each asset to at least three galleries.
- Clients see gallery names, so name them something descriptive and relevant.
Gallery subjects will depend on what you shoot, but similar to keywords, a good place to start is to consider Who, What, When, Where, and How. Some examples:
Who: age groups (kids, teens, seniors), skills or professions (artists, mechanics, teachers), style of portrait (headshots, looking at camera, laughing)
What: broad concepts (food, business, family), narrower concepts (people eating food, event food, food in restaurants)
When: seasons (only where relevant to the asset), holidays
Where: locations are important for travel assets, and you may want galleries for countries, states/provinces, and cities (i.e. assets from Venice can be in a “Venice” gallery and an “Italy” gallery)
How: shooting styles (shot on film, double exposures, shot with a drone)
You can access the shoots & galleries section of Image Manager from the “Manage Collection” button in the top left corner.
After creating shoots and galleries, you can populate them by dragging and dropping your assets.