Add collection to your profile page
A little tip I discovered few moments ago.
I wanted to add link to my collection of Venice images under my profile page, as I seen on many other Dreamstime contributors.
In Dreamstime you can create a Collection based on the content of images (e.g. photos of same subject, pictures taken in the same place, ..) or as well Collection based on the color correction you have made on your images (e.g. all your best black and white photos, whole your cross processing treatment, ..). You can create and administrate, as many Collection as you want.
The Collection you create won't be publicly viewable until you add photos from at least five (5) different photographers, but there's a way to make them viewable and clickable even if the Collection you create has only your own images.
So you have to click on the Edit my profile link, at the top of any normal logged page. Once inside, go through the page until you find Favourite Subject form: this is the place where you can add all your Dreamstime Collection!
Well..and how can I add a link if there is no link button and the form seems to accept only text? Easy as water, HTML!
The form accepts HTML code based link so you have to use the tag
Text to be Visualized (erase "_" from the form here).
Once write the link you can save your profile information by click on the Submit button at the bottom of your page and go on your Profile Page to see the result.
More collections you have, more the list will be long and accordingly you raise the impact the page makes on the eyes who are watching your profile page.
You can find full article with images at this page.
Hope this'll help.
ps: If you find strong or less strong errors (on content or on the english I try to talk) please report theme, thank you.
Photo credits: Davide Mazzoran.
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