I like it on the whole. Only thing is maybe the vertical images don't look quite as good as the horizontal images. The issue mentioned by some about 'more scrolling' does not bother me. however, I'm not a buyer. Maybe the best solution would be fairly small images as a default setting with a slider control at the top of the page allowing the user to increase the size of the images on display as they see fit. As an alternative some agences offer small, medium or large buttons at the top of the page. My verdict - maybe 8 out of 10.
of Canon lenses and accessories from 15mm fisheye to 500mm telephoto....
I like having many images on the screen at one time. As was stated it's a better use of screen space.
I use you my scroll wheel on my mouse to advance down the page. A slightly wider margin would make it a little easier to scroll down the page without the thumbnails popping open as the page rolls down.
Quoted Message: I dunno... bigger thumbs means less images on the screen and more scrolling. Why not keep them the same size for more efficient searching but have bigger samples with the mouse-over?
Less images on one page means that it will be more difficult to get in the first page for your image. Every body knows that for buyers, time is money and they do buy the images on the first page only (I think)
Quoted Message: Less images on one page means that it will be more difficult to get in the first page for your image. Every body knows that for buyers, time is money and they do buy the images on the first page only (I think)
You can always choose to see either 40, 80 or 200 images per page. The new layout doesn't affect this.