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Getting started with the Images Tab
Getting started with the Images Tab

Learn how to take advantage of the Images tab to apply quick, non-destructive crop, color, attribute selection and quality assurance.

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Written by Drew Starr
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What is the Images tab?

The Images tab directs attention to the images uploaded for your job. Here, you can review and edit single or multiple images within a Subject Job. This tab is exclusively accessible to Smart Workflow members. To access the Images tab, click on the Images icon in the Navigation Bar.

Selecting Images

Click on an image to select it. You can select multiple images in this tab using one of two methods:

  • Select multiple images: Hold Ctrl (Cmd on Mac) + click to select individual images.

  • Select a range of images: Hold Shift + click to select a range of images. 

After selecting your desired images, you can use the drop-down toolbar to download, hide, delete or reassign your selected images to a different subject.

Reverting Images

Selecting images in a Green Screen job will allow you to revert a knocked-out PNG back to the original, green screen jpg version. Select the image(s) you'd like to revert and click Revert Image in the toolbar.

Reviewing Images

Upon opening the Images tab, you'll see a grid containing all Subject Images in the Job. Each subject has a different colored bar running underneath their images to easily determine at a glance where a subject's images begin and end. Click on the + button to see all hidden images (if applicable).

Click the ellipses button (...) to open the selection tool. Utilize the checkboxes to designate an image as primary, for the yearbook (if relevant), or to hide it.

Pro Tips: The Orders Icon next to the Subject name indicates that this Subject has had orders placed in the Job. You can also select the Primary Image attribute by clicking on the Gold Star in the top-right corner.

Utilize the filter button beside the search box to refine your display of images and subjects in the grid. Explore all the available filter options to acquaint yourself with the various viewing possibilities.

Pro Tip: The image count in the top-left shows total images in your current view. That number will adjust automatically as filters are placed on your default view
Use the slider in the top-right corner to adjust the size of the images in the image grid. Play around with the sizing to find the view that's right for you!

Editing Images

Click on the Edit button in the top-left corner next to the image count to switch from Review mode to Edit mode.

Navigate between the Color and Crop editing tools by selecting the tabs located on the far-left pane of the screen. In the subsequent pane, you can indicate whether the edits should be applied to a single image, a filtered image set (if applicable), or all images. Employ the Auto-Headsize feature to automatically apply a crop based on head size.

Click on the green apply button to apply the edits to all images. Use the revert button on both tabs if you made a mistake and need to remove all edits and restore the original version.

During the image editing process, utilize the toolbar at the bottom of the central pane to activate guidelines, implement standard crops, or display the image file name. Additionally, you can click and drag to manually position the image according to your preferences.

Download and Replace Images

Utilize the download and replace features to export images from Blueprint for editing with external tools or software such as Adobe Photoshop. After completing your edits, simply click the Replace button to effortlessly substitute the relevant images in the job with your edited versions. In this situation, we recommend preserving your images as the optimal choice.

Pro Tip: Please be aware that the replace feature operates by aligning the image filename in Blueprint with the file name in the folder housing the replacement images. If Blueprint cannot locate the corresponding image filename in the job, it will bypass the image in the folder.

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