Under the SEARCH RESULTS tab, you can choose to display results either as thumbnails (Icon View) or as a list of file names (List View).
Select the SEARCH tab, and click ADVANCED from the drop-down menu to get more search options.
This is especially useful if you want to display more than 12 search results per page.
VIEW CAPTION AND FILE INFO:
Click on the file name, NOT THE THUMBNAIL. Selecting the thumbnail will only display a larger thumbnail.
VIEW LARGER THUMBNAIL:
Click on the thumbnail. Or in the caption information frame, select the VIEW tab, then SUPER THUMBNAIL.
VIEW FULL SIZE IMAGE:
Click on the file name, select the VIEW tab, then SOURCE.
DOWNLOADING HI-RES IMAGES:
There are 2 ways to download a full-resolution image.
USING THE PORTFOLIO:
Click on the shopping cart icon to add an image to your Portfolio. Your Portfolio can hold up to 50 images at a time.
When you are finished selecting images, go to the HOME tab, then select PORTFOLIO to view your Portfolio contents.
You may either download your selections by following the instructions above, or creating an eFolio.
CREATING AN eFOLIO:
An eFolio allows you to email Portfolio images to yourself, the art director, etc.
Include the year in the search field:
eg. War of the Worlds 2005 will exclude the radio show and the 1953 version,
Include the actor or actress name along with the title:
eg. Oceans Eleven George Clooney will bring up only George Clooney images from the film, Friends Jennifer Aniston will give you only Jennifer Aniston on Friends
Include the director's name:
eg. Spider-Man Sam Raimi
eg. "Hugh Grant" to search for exact phrases
Use multiple names to find people together:
eg. Humphrey Bogart Lauren Bacall will only bring up images of Bogart and Bacall together
Certain common words and phrases are not searchable (to, at, and, the, have, etc.)
eg. The title "To Be or not To Be" is not searchable. In this case, you could use the name of the director and the year (Ernst Lubitsch 1942) or the actor (Jack Benny 1942, Carole Lombard 1942, etc.)
Here are some common variants and misspellings of titles and names to consider if your desired search is not found:
abbreviations: Mr. vs. Mister, Dr. vs. Doctor
acronyms & initials: T2 vs. Terminator 2,
alternate titles: The Danny Thomas Show vs. Make Room for Daddy, 2 Fast 2 Furious vs. Fast and the Furious 2
colloquialisms: Diff'rent Strokes, Singin' in the Rain, Boyz N the Hood
diminutive names: Charles vs. Charlie Chaplin, James vs. Jimmy Stewart
name changes/stage names: Sean Combs/Puffy/Puff Daddy/P. Diddy, Our Gang vs. Little Rascals
names with prefixes: DeNiro vs. De Niro, DePalma vs. De Palma
nicknames: Ted Kennedy vs. Edward M. Kennedy, J-Lo vs. Jennifer Lopez
numbers i.e. Arabic vs. Roman numerals: Godfather 2 vs Godfather II
numbers i.e. numerals vs. words: 10 vs. Ten
punctuation: CSI vs. C.S.I.
rerelease/foreign/video titles: The Big Carnival vs. Ace in the Hole,
singular vs. plural: Alien vs. Aliens, Woman vs. Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown
spacing: Spider-Man vs. Spider Man vs. Spiderman
spelling: Courtney vs. Courteney Cox, Barbra vs. Barbara Streisand