Categories Gallery WordCamp Day Two, many clouds Post author By Matt Post date March 30, 2008 13 Comments on WordCamp Day Two, many clouds A few pictures of day 2 of WordCamp; lots of Texas clouds, which are the prettiest in the world. Share this: Related First Day of WordCampMarch 29, 2008In "Gallery"WordCamp Milan PhotosMay 11, 2008In "Gallery"WordCamp Dehli Day 2February 22, 2009In "Gallery" Tags wordcampdallas2008 ← WordCamp Dallas and WordPress 2.5 → Consistent Hashing 13 replies on “WordCamp Day Two, many clouds” Wow! The gallery feature is awesome! wooo wordcamp u.k!!…soon….hopefully:) […] My favorite part of this session was the showcase of the new Photo Gallery feature. They’ve updated the image upload tool so that you can upload multiple images while the tool creates both a thumbnail, and a mid-size version of the image, then insert the gallery into a post with a simple, bbcode-like tag. Check out a live demonstration at Matt’s site. […] You should have photo’d the tornado warnings we had in Dallas about an hour ago! Unbelievable! It looks cool, but i can’t use the feature sigh. there is a http error every time i try to upload an image That’s most likely an issue with your host, if you can try it somewhere else do that first. Matt, Dude, I never noticed before, but you’re a pretty sick photographer. Great stuff! […] Bildergallerien Jetzt ist es möglich Bildergallieren direkt hier auf WordPress hochzuladen. Mit 3GB ist schon länger genug Platz da. Mehrere Bilder auf […] […] WordPress now has made managing uploads and other media much nicer. From the posting page, you can choose to upload an image, video, audio, or any other type of file by clicking on the appropriate link. From there, you can upload your files or else link to them in an existing URL. WordPress lets you administrate them and keep track of them through a Media Library section under Manage. Apparently, some of the nice features are that you can add multiple uploads at once, see their progress, and even post entire galleries in one post. I haven’t had a chance to try this yet (though I hope to soon), but you can see this demoed in a screencast video done by Matt Mullenweg, and see an actual gallery he posted. […] Dude ! .. the best images which i have seen all over ! .. i wish pakistan could have such great images which i can capture on my camera ! .. just a small question. can you tell me that could i be able to take these kind of awesome pictures through my Nikon D40 and also if you could direct me that which lens you use to give that blurry background thingy ! .. i would really appreciate it ! indeed ! .. awesome work ! .. big fan ! Sure the blurry effect is called “bokeh” which you can Google or here’s the Wikipedia article: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bokeh Hi Matt! I just love, love, love WordPress! I’m originally from Texas, so I hear ya about those gorgeous skies. However, Texas has competition from Arizona in the awesome sky contest. Check out these photos I shot in the southwest: http://cindydyer.wordpress.com/2008/02/25/go-west-young-woman/ wow so many cloud images up there, I think you felt that clouds more important than your friends.. LOL Comments are closed.