In this alternative particular browsing view image-type particulars are first presented in the usual way, laid out on a grid, after which one can start moving them around in the view without any special movement constraints. A large tablet device or a other touchscreen device with a stylus pen becomes a practical combination, as the range of hand movement can be much less than with a mouse.
Viewing images in their largest size isn't offered as feature in this view, but images can laid out on two different sizes, which hopefully are enough for letting them be differiented from each other.
On a touchscreen device there can could be a feature allowing to grab an image with two fingers and rotate the image while perhaps also resizing it. However, such may be a bit too "gimmickry" without much benefit.
This view also allows movimg images from one image container to another by holding down the Alt key while clicking on an image and (before that) pre-selecting the image container that should be used as a target container to move images to. For the sake of clarity, image containers that are potential targets can be removed from their list by clicking on them while holding down the Alt key. When using mobile devices, a separate physical keyboard can be used, or one choose to show a switch button corresponding to the Alt key (setting available in user-spesific settings, applies to certain views).
When using keyboard clicking of an image while pressing Shift key will enlarge the clicked image. Pressing the Shift and Ctrl keys together will make an image from larger to smaller.
The infinite type of viewport of this free-form image browsing is one where images can be spread out beyond the visible area and where you can move the viewport by grabbing the background of the view. It allows you to open images from multiple image containers. It could be used to develop a viewport where you can freely browse images and also edit text, but for now it is an experimental feature that can be enabled in the user preferences. One problem with it is that if you use gestures-type plug-in in the browser, they may lose their ability to draw a visual line in the right place, since their functionality often relies on them editing the displayed web page by adding code to it. In addition, some browsers on many devices do not quite allow the viewport to be infinite.