Here’s a way to do something different, amaze your friends and family, and take a little trip down memory lane with your own web photo gallery. This almost unique Mac app does one thing. It creates photo galleries from your photos. Big whoop, right. Well, maybe– except for how well it does the gallery thing, 21st century style.
Responsive Photo Grid is an elegant photo gallery maker which uses the fancy pop-up lightbox photo gallery method. It’s simple enough for average photo takers to use, but sufficiently professional for advanced photographers and web designers.
Take a look at how Responsive Photo Grid works. It’s easy. First, open the app, select the number of photos to display on a gallery page, then click to open a folder of photos.
Once you’ve selected the photos to create the gallery, Responsive Photo Grid goes to work creating the gallery. It sets up the photos, the gallery display code, and resizes photos.
Big whoop, right? A dozen Mac apps or web apps can do the same thing. Almost. Now, here’s what’s cool about this. Responsive Photo Grid means ‘responsive’ as in it resizes web page gallery windows to match the device being used. Mac, iPhone, iPad. It all just fits.
Responsive Photo Grid also divides large photo galleries into multiple pages, each just as mobile device friendly as Safari on the Mac. No coding necessary.
What’s missing are options to adjust background color, border colors and sizes, and a few other niceties, but I don’t know of a faster way to create your own photo gallery; especially one that is mobile responsive.