- Photo Collection Navigation
- Alphabetical Album List
- 50 Most Recent Photos
- Navigation Tips & Tricks
- Copyright & Legal
This is an online portal to over 10,000 of the pictures I've shot around the world. I hope you enjoy your explorations here as much as I enjoy creating and sharing my journey!
The link below will provide you with a complete alphabetical list, with a thumbnail and description of each of the albums at Photography by Tim Tyson. As this list is frequently updated with new content, the server will probably have to recreate every item in the alphabetical menu structure in real time while you wait. This may take up to 3 minutes with no indication progress; so, if the page doesn't completely load right away, please be patient. The server is working very hard.Click the Image Below for All Albums Listed Alphabetically
An easy way to keep current with recent updates to Photography by Tim Tyson is to visit the 50 most recently uploaded images by clicking the image below.50 Most Recent Photos
Photo Collection Navigation Menu | Keyboard Shortcuts | Gallery Navigation Screens | Album Navigation | Navigation Video Tutorials
Navigating your way through Photography by Tim Tyson is really easy. The entire collection is divided into three levels: the Photo Collection Navigation Menu, the Gallery Navigation Screens, and the Individual Albums. This page will provide you with helpful information about navigating through these three levels. And, if you wish to watch a video tutorial of the navigation system, click on the Photo Collection Navigation tab above and watch the videos.
Photo Collection Navigation Menu
The Photo Collection Navigation menu provides access to some introductory vidos as well as all of the galleries here at Photography by Tim Tyson. Here are some tips and tricks for the Photo Collection Navigation menu.
- When you mouse over the larger image, the music player appears briedly. You can see which piece is playing, stop and start the music by pressing the pause button on the left side of the music player, and adjust the volume on the right side of the player.
- Clicking on the large image will take you to the photo albums contained in that photo gallery. If you do not see the text "Open Link" floating around your cursor over the large photo, that gallery has not yet gone live, and clicking on it will not open the gallery.
- If you see a rotating circle in the center of the large picture, the server is busy creating that photo for your specific monitor size.
- The gallery description at the bottom of each large photo provides you with a very brief, general overview of the album contents within the gallery.
- The small navigation bar in the center indicates how many photo galleries are current available. If you hover your mouse over any number, a small thumbnail of that gallery will appear.
- If the gallery slideshow pauses and you wish to continue the slideshow, simply click on the pause button, which will be a play button if the slideshow has paused.
- My favorite feature is the full screen mode. Click here to let slideshow generate photos that are specifically sized to fill you monitor with no loss of picture quality.
- Hovering your mouse over the thumnails at the bottom will show a slightly larger version of the gallery thumbnail. Clicking on a thumbnail immediately places it in the viewer above.
- Becoming impatient? To see the bottom thumbnails that are currently not visible, hover you mouse toward the top or bottom of the list of thumbnails, and they will begin moving. Move your mouse away, and in a few seconds the thumbnails will jump to the gallery image currently in the viewer.
F: Go to full screen
G: Open/close the gallery N: Hide/show the navigation bar Left arrow: Load previous photo or video Up arrow: Skip to next content link group Right arrow: Load next photo or video Down arrow: Skip to previous group in below the main viewing area Space Bar: Pause/auto-play
All of the images presented here are copyrighted. They are not provided under any type of Creative Commons License.
These images are the product of many hours of work and lots of exploration. I have had the good fortune of seeing some very beautiful places. And I do want you to enjoy them as well; so, I am taking the unsual step of providing you with images that could be as large as the originals themselves (if your monitor is that large!).
I just ask that you please not steal them.