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HOW TO VIEW AND EDIT PICTURES
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Shutterfly can help you make your pictures look their best.
We’re going to show you the different ways to view and
edit your pictures using our easy-to-use tools.
To begin, sign in to your Shutterfly account. (If you don’t
already have one, click “Sign up” at the top of the page.)
Then click on the “My pictures” tab. (Figure 1)
Figure 1
You’ll notice that the main work area defaults to the folder
view—that means you’ll see the contents of the primary
folder, “My Albums.” The folders, and the albums contained within them, are listed on the left-hand side of the
page. The albums also appear in the main work area,
which is a great way to view a folder’s albums at a
glance. (Figure 2)
Figure 2
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Double-clicking on any of the albums from either part of
the page will change the main work area to the album
view, so that you’re then seeing the contents of the album –
in other words, the pictures. (Figure 3)
Figure 3
The standard album view features five picture thumbnails
on each row. Perhaps you’ve taken a couple shots that
are similar to one another and want to compare them
side-by-side. In that case, you can adjust the picture
thumbnail size by clicking the large thumbnail icon at the
bottom of the page. Do this and you’ll see two thumbnail
images per row. (Figure 4)
Figure 4
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On the other hand, perhaps you want to see more of
your album’s pictures in the main work area, for quicker
scanning and faster arranging. The best way to accomplish
this is by making the picture thumbnails smaller. Simply
click the small thumbnail icon and you’ll be able to view
eight images per row. (Figure 5)
Figure 5
In “My Pictures” you can view up to 50 pictures per page
in the main work area by using the scroll bar on the right.
If you have more than 50 pictures in any album, navigate
through the multiple pages by using the pulldown menu in
the upper right corner. (Figure 6)
Figure 6
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In addition to folder view and album view, you can doubleclick on any picture thumbnail to get a close-up look at that
single image. All the other pictures in the album are still
accessible—they’re in the strip that appears at the bottom
of the page. Double-click any of those thumbnails and
you’ll see them in picture view. (Figure 7)
Figure 7
If you’d like to see how your pictures look when displayed
at full-size on your monitor, click the “Play Slideshow”
button at the top of the page. You’ll be able to view all
the selected pictures in your album. Move your mouse to
the top-center of the page to control the slideshow— click
the center button to play and pause, click the left button to
view the previous image and click the right button to view
the next image. (Figures 8 & 9)
Figure 8
Figure 9
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View your projects
You can view more than pictures and albums. If you have
created projects such as calendars or photo books, you
can navigate to those as well. Select the “View projects”
link located at the bottom of the left-side column. The main
work area will then fill with a list of all existing product
types you’ve created and saved. Select one of those links
to access your projects and edit, share or order them.
(Figure 10)
Figure 10
Edit pictures
When you get a closer look at your pictures, what sort of
fixes and enhancements need to be made? Perhaps some
were taken using a flash, and the subjects have a case of
“red eye.” Maybe a few of them could use cropping to
remove some distracting objects in the background. Others
might benefit from a soft-focus effect, or you may wish to
add a border to make your prints look more stylish.
Select the pictures you’d like to edit by clicking on a
thumbnail until an orange box appears around it. To
de-select, click the check mark in the upper-left of the
thumbnail. (Figure 11)
Figure 11
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If you’d like to make enhancements to every picture in the
album, select “all” at the top of the main work area. Select
“none” to remove checks from every image. (Figure 12)
Figure 12
Next, go to the “Edit” pulldown menu in the upper-left
corner of the workspace and select one of the bottom four
options. You’ll notice there are two arrows on the right
side of the page. Click on these to scroll forwards and
backwards through the series of selected pictures.
(Figure 13)
Figure 13
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Crop picture
To crop, roll over the the boundary box in the center of
the picture until the arrow icon appears. Click and hold
on any of the edges or corners, then drag your mouse up,
down, left or right to see what effect it has on the crop.
Click-and-drag inside the boundary lines to adjust the
center point of the cropped image. You can also change
the crop shape using the options under the “Crop” tab on
the left. Move from “EasyCrop” to “4x6”, “5x7”, “8x10”
or the two orientations, to see the difference. Select the
“Custom Crop Tool” link for Free Crop or Square Crop.
(Figure 14)
Figure 14
To see how your crop looks, click the “Print Preview” button
below the large thumbnail. Remember, you can always
choose the “Revert to original” link on the right side of the
page to undo the changes. (Figure 15)
Figure 15
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Apply borders
You can add any of more than 500 borders to your
pictures, including ones specifically created for baby,
birthday and wedding images. Click “Apply borders” from
the Edit pulldown menu. The tab on the left will default
to “Simple” style. Choose from white, black line, black,
shadow box and blur borders, or choose a different style
from the tab pulldown menu. (Figures 16 & 17)
Figure 16
Figure 17
With “Simple” style, you can adjust the width of the
borders and trim your picture to make the border an even
width. With other styles selected, use the buttons at the
bottom of the tab to zoom in and out on your picture, and
use the arrows to place the image the way you want it.
(Figure 18)
Figure 18
Click the “Return to Album” button in the upper-left to
lock in your border. If you’d like to apply the border
you’ve chosen on any picture to other selected pictures
in your album, click “Apply this border to this set of
pictures” on the right. Undo any border by selecting
“Revert to original.”
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Apply effects
To add effects to your pictures, click “Apply effect” from the
Edit pulldown menu. Your picture will be displayed in the
default “No Effect” mode. Add an effect by clicking one
from the tab—Black & White, Color tone (similar to sepiatone), Saturate (which deepens the colors) or Soft Focus.
Both Saturate and Soft Focus feature a control bar at the
bottom of the tab which adjusts the intensity of the selected
effect. (Figures 19 & 20)
Figure 19
Figure 20
NOTE: Shutterfly uses exclusive VIVIDPICSВ® technology
to improve color and sharpness automatically. If you’ve
used photo editing software such as Photoshop on your
pictures before uploading them to Shutterfly, be sure to
check the box that says “Don’t apply automatic corrections
to picture.”
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Fix red-eye
To fix red-eye on your pictures, click “Fix red-eye” from the
Edit pulldown menu. Move your cursor over the picture
until you’re directly over the eye. Click once and you’ll
notice a preview thumbnail of the eye in the “Fix” tab.
Click directly over the red-eye in the preview and the
red-eye should disappear. Select the “Save Fix” button
right below the preview thumbnail to save the fix, or select
“Cancel Fix” to undo it. (Figures 21 & 22)
Figure 21
Figure 22
Rotate pictures
Sometimes you’ll notice that the orientation of a picture
isn’t the way you’d like it to appear. To rotate a picture,
mouse over the Rotate pulldown menu in the upper-right,
and choose “Rotate left” (counterclockwise), “Rotate right”
(clockwise) or “Rotate 180” (to flip). The picture is rotated
automatically. (Figure 23)
Figure 23
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Change names and descriptions
To help keep track of your folders, albums and pictures, it’s
important to give them the proper names and descriptions,
so you can find them quickly, regardless of what view
mode you’re in.
To rename folders, mouse over and then click on the arrow
next to the folder name on the left. Type the new name in
the dialog box, then click “OK.” (Figure 24)
Figure 24
To rename albums, mouse over and then click on the arrow
next to the album name on the left. You can also click on
the album name in the main work area. As with folders,
type the new name in the dialog box, then click “OK.”
(Figure 25)
Figure 25
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To rename pictures, click on the picture name right below
its thumbnail in the main work area. Enter the new name
in the dialog box, and add a picture description if you’d
like. You may also access this dialog box from the picture
view by clicking the picture name and description. If
you’ve selected more than one picture, you have the
option of applying one name and description to all the
selected images. Just enter the information in the “Apply
to all pictures” box at the top of the dialog box, then click
“Apply.” (Figures 26 & 27)
Figure 26
Figure 27
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Mark favorites and album covers
Perhaps you’ve just uploaded an album full of pictures and
want to make a note of which ones you like the best. The
“Favorite” pulldown menu at the top of the main work area
allows you to do just that. First, click on the pictures you’d
like to mark as favorites. Then click the arrow next to the
pulldown menu and select “Mark.” You’ll notice that a star
appears next to the thumbnails of the selected pictures. To
undo this action, return to the pulldown menu and select
“Unmark.” To show all the items that have been marked
as favorites, select “Show all” from the Favorite pulldown
menu. (Figures 28 & 29)
Figure 28
Figure 29
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When viewing albums, you’ll want to select a picture
to use as the “cover” that will differentiate it from other
albums. There are two ways to choose an album cover.
The first way is to select a picture and click on the small
arrow in the lower-right of the box. From the pulldown
menu, select “Use for album cover.” (Figure 30)
Figure 30
If you’re in picture view, select the “Use as album cover”
link in the top-right. The cover icon will then appear on
the picture thumbnail. To change the album cover, simply
double-click on another picture thumbnail and repeat the
process. (Figure 31)
Figure 31
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