Quick and short question, not sure anyone else has ever had this same question?
Large media allows you to stick an image in your repo and then use the query params to ask for the transformed version of the image you want. Example:
- Returns the source image as stored in git (however large)
- Returns the transformed image
Is there any way to allow access to the transformed versions of the image but not actually make the source image public?
For example: say i have some source artwork that is 4000x4000 pixels stored in git/netlify large media. The path in my git repo is
/images/apple.jpg. I want to make any requests for a transofmration on that image possible, i.e.
/images/apple.jpg?nf_resize=fit&w=1000 but I don’t want the source image (4000x4000px) publicly available under
/images/apple.jpg. Is that possible?
Part of me thought maybe you could do it with the redirects engine, but given that I want to, in essence, block the image path but preserve the image path with query params, that seems not possible?