A while back, I ripped up my personal website. I’ve recently been rebuilding, have been publishing a lot of new albums, and realized this is a prime opportunity for sharing how I use Backlight when publishing images out of Capture One Pro. I mean, I’m doing it anyway; why not make it a learning opportunity? I hope this sheds some light for someone.
Backlight 3.2.1 is now available. This is a maintenance release, featuring various fixes on the recent 3.2 release, and is recommended for all users.
Backlight 3.2, the final major update within the Backlight 3 cycle, is now available. Album publishing and presentation has been a major focus for our work during the 3.x cycle, and that work continues in Backlight 3.2 with the addition of direct upload capability for album cover and hero images. We previewed this feature in […]
Backlight 3.2 is coming soon! In this video, I show off my favorite new feature in the upcoming update, how to upload custom images in Backlight’s publisher, for an album’s cover and hero images.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is like a jigsaw puzzle: a larger picture built of myriad, smaller pieces; the complexity of the puzzle scaling relative to the number of pieces you choose to build with. Using well-structured markup and anchors, and leveraging your provided text, images, and their associated data, Backlight’s pages and albums create organic […]