What is the PhotoShelter service?
PhotoShelter is a company which offers online software which is used for hosting and organizing collections and galleries of images (as well as a few other types of media or files).
The College of LAS has invested in their Libris software to collect and organize our photos.
Learn more about how Collections and Access are set up in LAS PhotoShelter.
Introducing PhotoShelter Libris
- LAS will be adding several different collections of photos which have been stored on LAS servers, Box.com, CD/DVDs and in some cases individual’s computers.
- Organization of photo collections; we are able to create different collections, galleries and edit the metadata of the files in order to use the search capabilities of Libris to quickly find a certain images or group of images.
- Access control; Libris allows us to create different groups of users and assign permissions to those users for functions like viewing and/or downloading images.
- Contributions; Libris allows us to add contributors who have permission to upload groups of images to an “Inbox”. This becomes the start of a workflow for organizing the images, providing access to them and also offering some of them for the main LAS public collection of images.