One of my sisters recently sent me a link to a photo gallery slide show online at kodakgallery.com. The gallery is in a flash slideshow format where you can scroll through the pictures, etc. I wanted to save a couple of the pictures to my desktop to upload to a personal photo gallery however within the flash application you are unable to right click the image and save it to your desktop. It took me a second to figure out but you can actually save these images to your desktop by exiting the slide show and viewing the images outside of the flash application.
When you are viewing a Kodak Gallery in the slide show format it will look similar to the below.
To exit the gallery and save the pictures simply click the Done button in the upper right corner of the slide show screen. This will exit the photo gallery slide show and take you to a page that lists each individual picture. You can now scroll through the pictures manually. When you come to the image/images you want to save simply click on the image to expand it and then right click the larger image and save to your computer.
The images will be saved as JPEG’s, or .jpg, images on your computer. The resolution is not so great with the dimensions being around 450 x 400. These should however be good enough for an online gallery or whatever you need to use them for. If you plan to make prints though I would suggest attempting to get the original source files from the photographer.
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