My images tend to cover a lot of categories!
(sorry for the late response back - my notifications seem to have dropped off somewhere?!)
I think that if people come to my website to view a particular style/content of image then they don't want to trawl through a load of unrelated images - especially when there's a lot of images... ie: they have to click through pages - most people get bored afterwhile and give up... so some nice images taken ages ago wont be seen unless the viewer really wants to spend time clicking through - so I'm wondering if I should use 'collections' more.
I'd not looked into this before and just used galleries.
I did just have 'architecture', 'back&white', Urban Scenes' and 'nature' before (well still have!)
I'm wondering if I should just add all the images to one large gallery folder and then break the contents into collections - this would probably save on storage space on the account - I've copied some images into different folders ie: architecture can be in the black&white as well.
doing this would break any links I've used in my blog or other websites right?
I really want to think this through before trying it!
I added some pics recently of flowers (which I don't normally do) and b&w trees and put them in their own gallery - and also one image from each in another gallery (so that if a viewer comes across it they will know there's more of that series/collection).
does this make sense?
I've just had to contact the tech support though as my images don't show up in google searches which isn't good at all! my images only show where I've put them on another site... redbubble/FAA etc.