FotoMaps is a photo gallery built with flash and XML that lets you put your photos on a map. Choose any map you like, then place each photo at the exact location where it was taken. Zoom in and out, drag the map around, and explore your photos. Displaying your photos on a map provides a fun and meaningful way to browse, and geographical context allows your photo album to tell a story. FotoMaps isn't just for photographers and portfolios. Businesses in tourism, real estate, and advertising use it to create unique location-specific showcases. How you use it is only limited by your creativity. Version 2.0 includes Redesigned interface with a sleeker look and quicker navigation, new features like a zoom slider, cache control, photo frames, and revamped config file with many new options.
Windows Server 2008
Mozilla Firefox 2.0/Internet Explorer 5.5/Opera 9.0, Adobe Flash Player 10
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