Breaks New Ground with the Latest Flash Templates

Share Article’s development team has been hard at work creating unique designs and animation that will make our customers stand out from the crowd. The new template “Montreal” is the first of its kind adding a stylish string to hold the photographer’s images. Continuing on the “String Series” the images will be placed in a sleek customizable frame that is suspended by strings and rotated around with the “Toronto” template. Australian pet photographer Diana Leventhal, provided all of the photos used on the Montreal Flash template. Lisa Mark (who’s actually from Toronto) sent her images to display on Toronto.

Diana Leventhal Lisa Mark

Diana Leventhal & Lisa Mark

. . . unique designs and animation that will make our customers stand out from the crowd.

Named after Canada's second most populous city, Montreal is the first of its kind with an extremely unique design and animation. took feedback from our Facebook fans and decided to center the first image as well as all of the rest that will slide into focus. As the images transition, they will slide along a stylish string and move to the left. The navigation bar and icon bank will be located across the bottom of the template while the logo and gallery controls are placed along the top. Our industry leading color shifting technology creates a cohesive look for the entire website to match each photographer’s brand.

Another sleek design feature is a “slider” transition bar that moves the images across the page. One unique aspect of Montreal is displayed on the gallery page thumbnail images. A large non-cropped image is shown for each image and drops directly below the gallery controls. The color of the frame that surrounds the thumbnail is completely customizable to match the overall design. There are many other great customizable features to help distinguish a photographer from their competition. would like to thank Diana Leventhal for providing the images to illustrate all the features available with Montreal. She is a renowned pet photographer originally from Sydney but now resides on Australia’s Gold Coast. Diana says “Every dog has its own unique personality! I strive to bring out each client's personality in my photos and to tell the tale of each special day through my coverage. I spend time getting to know each subject on arrival by playing, interacting and also just letting them be. Once a dog has your trust, magic happens”.

The newest template in the PhotoBiz flash collection, “Toronto” has the main image focused and centered in the middle of the screen while the next two in order will be located to the sides with a slight overlay. A revolving and sliding animation will transition each photo to the center of the screen and into focus. One of the most dynamic and easiest tools to customize the website is with the PhotoBiz “Color Picker”. This allows the user to very simply change the color of any single place of their website with a single click.

To even further customize the website and really tailor it to match the images, has the incredibly easy to use color shifting feature. This allows the designer to shift the colors around the template to coordinate and compliment each image as they transition through the slideshow. This is done with a single click of an “eye dropper” style button that allows them to select any color out of each image.

To perfectly illustrate all of the unique color features PhotoBiz has partnered with award winning photographer Lisa Mark. She is a Toronto based wedding and portrait photographer. She likes to define her work as Fine Art Wedding Photography where she combines a mix of natural moments with fashion inspired posed work. She captures the emotions of the day but also gives directions when required. Music is also a passion for Lisa and she occasionally displays image of live shows and portraits of musicians.

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