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    This is some default text for your bio area. To change this text, go to the Widgets page and edit or delete the default text in the topmost Bio widget column, called "Bio area spanning column".

    ProPhoto is really flexible when it comes to what sort of content you can put in your bio, as well as how it is arranged. To really understand all of the possibilities, we recommend checking out both of these important tutorials: Understanding Widgets and Customizing the Bio Area.

Welcome to “Sunny California”

Welcome to “Sunny California” — one of over a dozen free, included starter designs bundled with ProPhoto. Included starter designs are saved groups of customizations you can use to help you jump start the process of you making your ProPhoto site your very own. If you purchase ProPhoto you get this design included for free, along with all of the other designs shown here. Like all ProPhoto designs, every single aspect of it is totally customizeable: logo, background, colors, fonts, layout, and more. The rest of the posts and pages on this demo site will show you some of the features and capabilities of ProPhoto and the design elements of this particular starter design.

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Slider Gallery

This is an example of a ProPhoto “Slider” gallery. It is fully retina-display capable, keyboard navigable (with arrow keys), customizeable, and looks great on all devices. On tablets and smartphones you can also swipe left and right to navigate. The slider gallery can optionally display both image captions and image exif data. Creating a slider gallery is dead simple, too. Just upload a batch of images, click once to create a new ProPhoto gallery from those images, and click again to insert as a Slider gallery.

Photography courtesy of Ian Riley.

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Slideshow Gallery

This is an example of a ProPhoto “Slideshow” gallery. It is fully retina-display capable, customizeable, full-screen-able, and looks great on all devices. On tablets and smartphones you can also swipe left and right to navigate. Slideshow galleries can also optionally play music, and link to 3rd party proofing sites. Creating a Slideshow gallery is dead simple, too. Just upload a batch of images, click once to create a new ProPhoto gallery from those images, and click again to insert as a Slideshow gallery.

Photography courtesy of Carrie Chaffer. Music by Truetone Productions.

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Lightbox Gallery

This is an example of a ProPhoto “Lightbox” gallery. It is fully retina-display capable, customizeable, and looks great on all devices. It can be displayed with or without a fulll-size first image. The thumbnail size and appearance are both customizeable, and you can choose custom crops for a uniform grid appearance, or go with a Pinterest-style masonry thumbnail appearance. Creating a Lightbox gallery is dead simple, too. Just upload a batch of images, click once to create a new ProPhoto gallery from those images, and click again to insert as a Lightbox gallery.

Photography courtesy of Brano Novak.

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Recent Posts Grid – Rollover

Welcome to “Sunny California”

Welcome to “Sunny California” — one

Slider Gallery

This is an example of a ProPhoto “Slider”

Slideshow Gallery

Slideshow Gallery This is an example of a ProPhoto &#

Lightbox Gallery

This is an example of a ProPhoto “Lightbox”

Recent Posts Grid

This is an example of a ProPhoto Grid. This particular

Christy ’14

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Urban Seniors

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Senior: Allie

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Fran & Brady

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This is an example of a ProPhoto Grid. This particular grid is a “Recent Posts” grid — which dynamically displays a fixed number of your most recent blog posts. In ProPhoto you can also create several other types of grids including: selected posts/pages, popular posts, recent posts from a single categories, alll blog post categories, galleries, and custom items. You can also use grids to display your post excerpts.

Grids can be displayed in two formats: cropped or masonry. This grid is a cropped grid. That means that every image is cropped to the same ratio, creating a uniform, grid-like appearance with even rows and columns. You can control the size of the grid items, and the crop ratio. The other grid format is masonry, which allows for an uneven, Pinterest-style appearance.

Grids also can have one of two “styles.” This grid is in the “Text overlaid” style, where the text appears in a semi-transparent overlay on top of the image when the user hovers over the grid item. This appearance of the overlay is extremely customizeable through the ProPhoto customization admin screen. The other grid style is “Text below”, where the text portion of the grid item is always visible below the grid item image.

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