From any page, hover your mouse over B&W Galleries in the left-hand menu-bar and you'll see a list of options appear - click for a particular place (London, Cambridge, etc), or click stock photos to access the whole collection. Your index-gallery will appear, displaying a set of thumbnail pictures. Click one of these, and the corresponding photo-gallery will appear, displaying a further set of thumbnails. Clicking on one of these opens the photo-page for the particular photograph, giving a larger picture, information about the photo, and buying options.
A gallery may have several pages - in this case, the tab at the bottom right of the gallery will display arrows and page numbers - click these to navigate between the pages.
The Wishlist is a handy way to make a shortlist of your favourite photographs. In photo-galleries and on photo-pages, there is a small box next to each picture. Click this box and a tick will appear confirming the photo is now in the Wishlist. Add as many photos as you like - you can easily remove them later by clicking the tick-box again. To review the photos you've shortlisted, just click View Wishlist in the left-hand menu-bar, and your wishlist gallery will appear. Your Wishlist will be maintained as a long-lived cookie on your computer (if your computer allows this), should you want to come back to it later. (Note: the Wishlist will not work at all if your browser is set to block all cookies).
Buying Photographs - how to choose
Briefly, I suggest you use the Wishlist to make a shortlist, then use the photo-page facility to open the photos in separate windows, so you can layout and compare the photographs on your computer screen. But there's lots more advice at my buying and choosing art photographs page.
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