There are plenty of ways to showcase your images through Flash galleries. Luckily, if you are just starting out there are plenty of tutorials on the web to help you out. This list contains a variety of some of the top Flash gallery tutorials that will help you get the most out of your images.
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Rotating gallery Flash tutorial
If you have a website or page that you want to use to show off photos, this Flash tutorial is definitely one worth checking out. As you can tell from its title, the tutorial teaches you how to create a rotating gallery. The main, enlarged image resides in the middle, while various thumbnails rotate around it that can be enlarged with a simple mouse click.
The tutorial is very long, but it's loaded with photos to help you along the way. The tutorial layout and explanations make the overall task rather simple. You also get code explanations towards the end for each line.
This tutorial is very easy to follow and teaches you how to create a Flash slideshow that uses the fade transition. The fade transition is a great effect to implement in your gallery when you want to add a subtle and classy touch to your overall presentation. To complete the tutorial, it is suggested that you have some basic Flash knowledge. Perhaps the best feature of the tutorial is that its concise and can be completed in a short amount of time. So, if you want to test your Flash skills but don't have a ton of time to do so, check out this tutorial.
Here's a tutorial that is said to be for those on the experienced level. You learn how to create a Flash slideshow image gallery that's rather basic, but it's value is that it can be used with various types of sites. Whether you want to display some product photos, shots from a personal vacation, or anything else, this gallery should fit the bill. All of the tutorial's steps are explained clearly and offer accompanying photos. You begin by preparing the Flash document and background, and progress through steps such as adding content and controls, scripting, and more.
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