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» How To Upload Photos And Videos (Standard Upload)
Login to SlickPic and go to Organizer. Click the orange button Upload Photos and the the Upload page opens.
Click the green button Select files from your computer and choose which files to upload or just drag and drop files from your desktop to the Upload page.
You can upload multiple photos; just use Control-A or Control-Click for PC (Mac: Command-A or Command-Click) to select multiple images from your browse/select window or from your desktop. You will see photos uploading. Please do not navigate away from the upload page while photos are loading.
While your files are uploading:
â€¢ Add an album title or leave it blank for default title
â€¢ Add captions, descriptions and categories to photos as each one finishes uploading
â€¢ Use the privacy settings (Public, Unlisted, Private) to select album privacy
When uploading is complete click the orange button on the top right: Add To Album.
» How To Enable Comments
Login to SlickPic. Navigate to Account, then select Album Settings. Check the box Allow viewers to comment on your photos.
You can also limit comments to users by checking the box Require Sign In to Comment on Photos. Click on Save Changes in the lower right.
» Privacy Settings Explained
Choose privacy settings and preferences for your Albums and Collections. In Organizer click Album Preferences.
Use the Public privacy setting to showcase your photos to everyone. Make your albums and collections visible to your friends, family and community. This is the current default setting for photos unless you change it.
Set your albums to Public to make them viewable to anyone who has the album's URL. Public albums are searchable on the web and visible on the Gallery, Home, Community Gallery and other similar pages on both computers and mobile devices. Public Photos and Albums can be shared via social networks and email. Viewers can Vote, Comment and add to their favorite list. Photos in Public albums may be downloaded using right click unless you check Disable Right Click Saves in the Enhanced Privacy menu. Viewers can contact authors if the author has authorized this function in Account Preferences.
Use the Unlisted privacy setting to control who will see your albums and collections. They will not show up on your home page. Share these albums to showcase them to others.
Set your albums to Unlisted to limit who can view them. Unlisted albums will not show up on your Gallery page. Shared Unlisted albums include a unique key in the web address, a combination of letters and numbers that make the address difficult to guess. Photos in shared Unlisted albums and collections may be viewed or downloaded by the recipient. To prevent photo downloads please check the Disable Right Click Saves option in the Enhanced Privacy preferences settings.
Use the Private setting if you are not ready to share your photos. You will be able to view your photos when logged in but no other viewers will see them.
Private albums are for personal use only. They can not be shared. To share an album please use either the Public or Unlisted privacy option.
» How to Share One Photo
Navigate to the Organizer tab. Click on an Album to select it, then click on a photo in your album to select it. Click on the blue button in the upper right corner of the page to Share This Photo. This launches a dialog where you can choose to Send by Email, Post on Social Networks, or Copy Link for the URL.
Send by Email launches a dialog where you enter the email address, or use commas to separate multiple email addresses. It includes text boxes for Subject and Message. Click Send in the lower right corner and you're done. To Post on Social Networks, click on the Facebook or the Twitter box. When you select Copy Link, it says Copied and then you click Close to return to Albums. You can also click on Share This Photo Only. This launches a dialog where you create URL links to share your photo. Select a size: large, medium or small.
To help spread the word about SlickPic, check the box to include the SlickPic logo on the image. Next, SlickPic generates automatic links and code for your images. Use codes and links to embed your photos in blogs, online forums, Facebook and other social media sites or to display images via email or instant messaging. When you select Copy Link, it says copied, and then you click Close to return to Organizer.
» How To Hide a Photo From Sharing
While viewing an Album click on one photo and it will open in a big size. On the right side of the photo from the Photo Tools menu, click on Hide This Photo. This makes the photo invisible to viewers. The photo will remain visible to you.Watch Video
» How To Download a Photo
While viewing an Album in Organizer, click on one photo and it will open in a big size. On the right side of the photo from the Photo Tools menu, click on Download Item. This displays a dialog that will save your photo to another computer or storage device. Choose Save and press OKWatch Video
» How To Share an Album
Navigate to the Organizer tab. Select an album. In the upper right corner of the page, click on Share This Album. This launches a dialog where you can choose to Send by Email, Post on Social Networks, or Copy Link for the URL. Send by Email launches a dialog where you enter the email address, or use commas to separate multiple email addresses. It includes text boxes for Subject and Message. Click Send in the lower right corner and you're done. When you select Copy Link, it says Copied and then you click Close to return to Albums.Watch Video
» How To Add Photos To The Portfolio
Navigate to the Organizer tab. Click on an Album to select it, then hover over a photo in your album to highlight it. Click on the Submit to Exhibit button at the bottom of the photo thumbnail, to the right of the photo title. This launches a popup where you can fill out the photo title, select a category, and add tags. When you're done, click OK to submit.
» How To Report Abuse As a Visitor
If you see a photo which contains something you object to, you can always send us a report.
Navigate to the right side of the bottom of the page and click on Report Abuse. A dialog box will launch and you can select the reason and add your comment as to why this photo should be flagged.
» How To Play a Slideshow
Navigate to the Web Gallery tab. Select an Album. Choose to play Slideshow button in the top right corner of the screen. The slideshow begins; choose how many seconds for each photo to display (the default is five seconds); in the player controls at the bottom of the slideshow click on the plus or minus symbols to adjust the duration. Click on the arrow forward or back, or the pause icon in the middle. The slideshow plays in a loop. Click the Back To Album button in the upper right corner and return to Albums.Watch Video
» How To Share a Collection
Select a Collection. In the upper right corner of the page, click on Share This Collection. This launches a dialog where you can choose to Send by Email, Post on Social Networks, or Copy Link for the URL. Send by Email launches a dialog where you enter the email address, or use commas to separate multiple email addresses. It includes text boxes for Subject and Message. Click Send in the lower right corner and you're done. When you select Copy Link, it says Copied and then you click Close to return to Collections.Watch Video
» How To Share Multiple Photos
The Bulk Share option is for advanced users to insert HTML code directly into web forum posts, blogs and other sites.
Navigate to the Organizer tab. Select an album. In the upper right corner of the page, click on Share This Album. This launches a dialog, at the bottom, click on Bulk URL Share. This launches another dialog where you can choose four types of codes: Forum Code, HTML Code, Forum Thumbnail and HTML Thumbnail. When you click on Copy Code, it displays as Copied, and you can then paste these codes to forums.
Please note that this will bypass the Privacy and Security settings for the Album or Collection. The user is responsible for setting all privacy options on external websites. If you wish to generate codes for photos from different albums, create a collection with your selected photos, then share it.
» How To Create a Photoblog
Click on the menu icon on the right side of each Album title and choose Create Photoblog Post. You can also open any Album or Collection and click the Create Photoblog Post button at the top of the page. A dialog window will open with a field to enter a photoblog post title. You will be directed to your new post where you can add descriptions, organize photos, publish and share the post.Watch Video
» How To Use Photoblog
Photoblog is a customizable photo journal. SlickPic Photoblog is different from other blogs because it's built directly from your Albums or Collections. In other blogs, you have to write descriptions and then add specific URLs for the photos you want to share. While this does work, SlickPic offers a different method that is more efficient and extremely easy-to-use:
To start, select the album you want - or first collect photos from one or more albums into a collection - and click Create Photoblog. This can be found in the Album or Collection in Organizer or from the Album / Collection menu icon on the left side of the webpage.
The photoblog will be created with all the photos or videos from your selected album or collection. You can view them immediately and write descriptions above or below each photo/video before publishing your new photoblog. You can also hide specific photos/videos, move items up or down, and rotate. It's easy to adjust your blog to exactly how you want it! Your photoblog will be in draft mode (not visible nor shareable) until it is published.
When your photoblog is ready, simply click Publish. Share it immediately by selecting Share This Photoblog Post while you are in the photoblog post, or select the whole photoblog by clicking its title at the top of the page and then clicking on Share Photoblog.
You can customize your photoblog's privacy, visibility and other options in Photoblog Post Preferences. Your photoblog can be Public (visible to everyone including SlikPic Community), Unlisted or Private - the same options available for your photo albums and collections.
For future management, photoblog posts are located in Organizer on the left side of the page. Click on Photoblog to see all your published photoblog posts. Click on the menu icon of Photoblog to see all available options.
In Web Gallery, your photoblog will be displayed as a viewing option in the menu on the left side of the page. It can also be displayed as a thumbnail in your gallery if you enable it in your Photoblog Preferences. Photoblog Prefences can be found in the Gallery Preferences in Account.
» How We Resize Photos
We resize photos to 1600x1200 pixels in LITE accounts and 2560x1600 in PLUS. PRO accounts photos are stored in the original resolution. All images are optimized for every screen dimension and scaled to fit the browser window. Images submitted for Photo Enhancement from PRO accounts are stored in their original resolution. Photos are resized based on the longest edge of the photo's landscape or portrait orientation. Photos are resized to fit the screen after upload to save storage s pace; the original image files are deleted. Our recommended uploading specifications for photos are: 1600x1200 pixels, 72 dpi.
» Video Formats
We support the most commonly used video formats and codecs. However, there are many different video file types that use proprietary encoding formats that we haven't seen yet, so you won't know if we support the particular format or not until you try uploading. Video captured by some digital devices may require conversion prior to upload.
Below are the file formats we currently support:
mov, avi, 3gp, mts, m2v, mpeg, mpg, mp4, mpeg2, mpeg2ts, mpeg2ps, mps, dv, mod, m4v, flv
Video file uploads are limited to 200MB for PRO accounts and 100MB for PLUS accounts. No video upload for free (LITE) accounts.
» How To Download a Photo As a Visitor
When viewing photo in Highlight View (a view when you have a big photo on the left and thumbnails on the right) click on the download arrow at the very right of the top menu. Depending on your browser settings you will either see the Save dialog box or download starts automatically.Watch Video
» How to Use Web Gallery
From any page, click the Web Gallery link from the top menu items. Click on an Album or Collection folder to see your photos. Above your photos in the right corner of the screen are links for Squared,Grid, Highlight and Journal view and Slideshow. You can also click on a photo and click the Play button in the upper portion of the screen to view a Slideshow. You can also get to the gallery page from Organizer. In Albums choose an album and click the white Show In Web Gallery button in the upper right corner. This takes you to the Web Gallery page. Click Back To Organizer to return to your Albums page.
» How to Add Tags to a Photo
Tags are keywords or labels that you add to a photo to make it easier to find later. You can tag a photo with phrases like: "Catherine" "Yosemite" "hiking" and/or "mountain trail". Later, when you look for pictures of Catherine or Yosemite, you can just click that tag and get all the photos that have been tagged that way. You may also have the right to add tags to your friends' photos, if your friends set that option in the privacy settings for their photos.
While viewing an Album in Organizer, click on one photo and it will open in a big size. On the left side of the page, enter your tag names in the Tags text box. You can do this by either placing your cursor in the box, or by clicking on the pencil icon to the right of Tags. Once you enter them, the tags appear above the box in blue underlined italic text. Hover your mouse over the tag word and it highlights as a blue box and white text with an X to the right. If you want to remove the tag, click on the X.
» What Web Browsers work best with SlickPic?
To make sure you have best experience possible, we recommend using the latest non-beta version of one of the following browsers:
• Mozilla Firefox
• Google Chrome
• Microsoft Edge
We support the current and previous major releases of Google Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, and Safari on a rolling basis. Each time a new version is released, we begin supporting that version and stop supporting the third most recent version. At SlickPic, we’re committed to developing web applications that go beyond the limits of traditional software. Our engineering teams make use of new capabilities available in modern, up-to-date browsers. That’s why we support only modern browsers, which also provide improved security and performance.
If you're using a supported browser, but a site feature doesn't work:
• Clear the Browser Cache and Restart the Browser. (How To Clear Browser's Cache: http://goo.gl/Eod7R4)
• You may be using an extension that interferes with browser detection. Try disabling your browser extensions to resolve the problem.
• Download the latest browser version using the links above and try again.
• Try using a different browser as a temporary workaround solution.
If that doesn't work, please provide the following information when you contact us:
• An explanation of the issue.
• Identify the browser and version you were using.
• Identify the operating system and version on your computer.
• A screenshot of your issue.
Please be aware that there may be a delay in our support of the new browser release while we conduct a review to ensure it meets our security standards. We normally get the testing done within a few days of a new browser version being released if not before.
Change, Edit & Rename Items
» How To Rename An Album
Click on the menu icon, which is on the right side of each album title. Choose Rename. This launches a dialog
where you change your album's title, then press OK. While in an album you can also rename it by clicking on its title in the left upper corner, and entering a new title.
» How To Rename a Photo
Navigate to the Organizer tab. Click on an album title on the left side of the page. While viewing this album, hover your cursor over a photo, then click on the title, delete it and enter a new title.
Or, while viewing this album, click on one photo and it will open in a big size. At the bottom of the page, or on the left side of the page, you can change the photo title.
» How To Delete An Album
Click on the menu icon, which is on the right side of each album title. Choose Move to Trash, then press OK.Watch Video
» How To Delete a Photo
While viewing an album in Organizer, hover your cursor on one photo. Select this photo by placing the check mark in the upper left corner of the thumbnail. From the Actions menu and select Move To Trash. Your photos will be removed from the album and moved to Trash.Watch Video
» How To Add/Edit Album description
Click on the menu icon, which is on the right side of each album title.
Choose Description. This launches a dialog, where you enter or revise your album description, then press Save
» How To Add a Description To One Photo
While viewing an Album in Organizer, click on one photo and it will open in a big size. On the left side of the page, enter your description in the description text box.Watch Video
» How To Rotate a Photo
While viewing an Album, hover your cursor on one photo. At the bottom corners of the photo you will see two arrows.
You can choose to rotate your photo to the left or to the right in 90 degree increments. Four consecutive clicks rotate a photo 360 degrees.
Alternate method: while viewing an Album click on one photo and it will open in a big size. At the bottom right corner of the photo you will
see two arrows. You can choose to rotate your photo to the left or to the right in 90 degree increments. Four consecutive clicks rotate a photo 360 degrees.
Accounts & Upgrades
» How to Change Screen Name
Go to Account and select Personal Info from the menu. Change Screen Name and don't forget to Save the changes by clicking the Save button.
Before changing your screen name please note that changing screen name will change your personalized SlickPic URL:
If you've shared your photos or an Album with your previous Screen Name, re-share them as your original links will be inactive.
» How to Change Personal Info
Go to Account and select Personal Info from the menu. Make the changes needed and don't forget to Save them by clicking the button.Watch Video
» How to Change Email
Go to Account in the top menu and select Personal Info. Click on Change Email.
For security measures enter your SlickPic password, than enter your new email address and click on Change Email.
A verification email will be sent to your new address. Confirm change by clicking the link in that email. You will also receive a notification to your old email address.
» How To Change The Password
Login to SlickPic. Navigate to Account, then select Personal Settings. Click on Change password. Three text boxes will display.
Type your old password in the first box. Type your new password in the second box, then re-enter your new password in the third box. Click Change Password at the bottom.
» How do I cancel/delete my account?
Don't leave us! But if you must, go to Account menu -> Subscription -> Manage Subscription to cancel it.
If you have any questions, just write us a note here in the Support Center. Click the green Ask Us/Feedback button at the top of this page.
Please be aware of the following when deleting your account - once your account is permanently deleted:
— You won't be able to reactivate your account or retrieve anything you've added.
— Your current Screen Name will be released and may be taken by another user.
— We do not control what public content is indexed and cached by major search engines.
Albums & Collections
» How To Change Default Album View
Click on the menu icon, which is on the right side of each album title. In the menu, choose Preferences. This launches a dialog, go to the Album Settings. Select the Default view you want: Squared Album View, Grid Album View, Journal View, Highlight View, Wallpaper View, Large Photo View or Slideshow . Click the Save button. Now when you share this album with viewers, they will see it in the default view.
You can also preset the default view in default Album and Collection settings. All new albums or collections will be set using this view: Go to Account menu -> Album and Collections Settings" and choose the Default View for your Albums or Collections. Note: this feature is available only for Pro account users.
» Why Do I Need Collections And How Are They Different From Albums?
Albums are your online photo storage. When you upload photos to SlickPic they are stored in Albums.
A Collection is like a virtual album. It's used to collect photos from different albums and keep them in one place without actually moving the images from their albums. It's a convenient way to showcase or share photos from various events stored in different albums . Collections allow you to create different presentations any time while your uploaded photos remain safely stored in your albums.
Say you want to create a collection of people and animals. You have people in your travel album and animals in other albums. Just create a new Collection and go to your albums containing photos of people and animals, then simply drag and drop photos into your new Collection. Now you have one Collection with all your people and animals images. You can store or share this Collection without affecting the photos in your Albums.
Now lets say you want to collect animals only and share them with your friends. Create a new Collection, then drag and drop the photos of animals into it. You can share the Animals Collection without affecting your shared Collection of people and animals and without any changes to your original albums. That's the power of Collections: Share different things with different people without affecting other Collections or the original Album.
You can also create Sub-Collections within a Collection to better organize your photos.
» How To Make Collections
Use Collections to group or share photos from different albums.
Navigate to the Organizer tab. On the left hand side, select My Collections. Click on the menu icon on the right to create a new Collection, or rename or delete an existing collection.
For example, Collections can be designated by theme, or category for presentations or to share with specific groups. Add an image to an existing collection by dragging it to your desired location.
» How To Sort Photos In Albums And Collections
Just open an Album or Collection in Organizer and click the Sort menu at the top of the screen. Order photos by Title, File Name or Capture time. You can also leave your images in their original uploaded order. You can also drag and drop photos in any order your want, which is shown as User Order in the menu.Watch Video
» How To Organize Photos
Drag and Drop
You can drag and drop one photo. To drag and drop multiple photos, select the photos you want to move, then drag and drop them to your destination.
To see only starred photos in your Album, select View on the right upper corner, then choose Show Starred.
To see only selected photos in your Album, select View in the right upper corner, then choose Show Selected.
To see all photos in your Album, select View in the right upper corner, then choose Show All.
Select All Photos
To select all photos in your album, select Actions in the right upper corner and choose Select All/Select None.
» What Is a Quick Collection
A Quick Collection is a temporary place to group photos from different Albums or Collections. New Collections are your own collections, which you can delete or rename. You can drag and drop photos from albums to your collections, or use Quick Collection to sort your photos.
Photos removed from a Quick Collection, are left in the albums from which they were originally uploaded.
» How To Add Photos To a Quick Collection
While viewing an Album in Organizer, hover your cursor on one photo. In the upper right corner of the photo you will see a gray circle.
Click on it, and your photo will be added to the Quick Collection. A photo added to a Quick Collection is marked with a darkened gray circle, and if you hover your cursor on it, you will see text that this photo is in a Quick Collection.
This action also is available in one photo view; while viewing an Album click on one photo and it will open in a big size. On the right side of the photo from the Photo Tools menu, click on Quick Collection.
This action is also available by simply dragging and dropping photos into a Quick Collection.
» How To Save Photos From a Quick Collection To a New/Existing Collection
Navigate to the My Organizer tab. On the left side of the page, click on Smart Collections. In the right upper corner of the page, click on the Actions pull down menu. You can choose all or selected photos from a Quick Collection to Save All to New or Save to Existing.
A dialog will launch and you enter the title of your new collection, or choose an existing collection. In this dialog there is a check box to Clear Quick Collection after Saving; if you don't want this action simply un-check the box. All of these actions are also available through the menu icon, which is on the right side of the Quick Collection title.
» How To Select a Photo
While viewing an album in Organizer, direct your cursor on one photo.
Select this photo by placing the check mark in the upper left corner of the thumbnail.
» How To Drag And Drop Multiple Photos From Album To Album
While viewing an album in Organizer, hover your cursor on one photo. Select this photo by placing the check mark in the upper left corner of the thumbnail. Select the photos you want to remove and then drag and drop them to another album.Watch Video
» How To Use The Menu Icon In Albums
From the menu across the top of your page, navigate to the Organizer Tab. On the left column, hover your mouse over Albums, go to the album you want and find the menu icon on the right side of the album title. Click on it and select the option you need.Watch Video
» How To Protect An Album With a Password
Click on the menu icon, which is on the right side of each album title. In the menu,
choose Preferences. This launches a dialog, where you choose Enable password protection. Enter your password in the field below, then press Save.
» How To Create a Sub-album
Click on the menu icon, which is on the right side of each album title. Choose Create New Sub-Album. This launches a dialog where you
give your new sub-album a title, and choose the album where you place this sub-album. Or you can drag and drop the album
you have chosen to be a sub-album to another album.
» How To Make An Album Cover Photo
While viewing an Album in Organizer, click on one photo and it will open in a big size. On the right side of the photo from the Photo Tools menu, click on Album Cover Photo. This image will appear next to the Album Title in the Album View. You can replace the image any time by choosing another photo and clicking on the Album Cover Photo button again.
This action is also available by navigating to the Organizer tab, then under the Actions pull down menu, select Make Album Cover Photo. If you have not selected a photo, an alert notice will direct you to hover over a photo and click the box in the upper left corner of the thumbnail to select it for Album Title Photo.
» How To Protect Your Photos From Screen Captures
You can use the latest technology, like Right-Click Save-Protect and putting a transparent layer on top of protected images, to prevent your photos from being copied, but images could still be captured by a computers' Screen Capture function or even just by being photographed using a camera or an iPhone.
The Screen Capture Protection feature will put your personal SlickPic address on top of your image (at the bottom center of the photo) so if anyone tries to capture or photograph your photo, the captured image will also have a web address of your gallery. This watermark is not embedded in your image and doesn't damage your photo. You can turn it on and off at any time.
» How To Enable The Mark Photo Option In Web Gallery
You as a user can ask viewers to manually select photos for pre-approval, ordering or anything else. To enable this option please go to Album Preferences and click Enable Marked Photo. When a viewer clicks the Mark Photo button the photo gets marked and the Viewers Name will be stored and synchronized with Lightroom.
Users can also view marked photos in the Organizer. Select the album, open the View menu on top and then select the Marked Photos.
Pages & Places
» How To Remove Photos From The Portfolio
If you need to remove a photo from the Portfolio, navigate to the Portfolio panel in Organizer and click the Portfolio. Click the same Portfolio icon under the photo and select the Remove from Portfolio button at the bottom of the popup. The photo will disappear from the Portfolio. Keep in mind that it might take up to 24 hours in some instances for the photo to disappear because of cacheing by Internet Servers. It might take even longer to disappear from Google's cache - that's beyond our control.Watch Video
» How To Use SlickPic Plug-in For Lightroom 5.x
Open Lightroom. If you have already installed the plug-in and authorized it, on the left side of the application you will see the SlickPic bar with your screen name, and a new album. Using your mouse to drag and drop, you can move photos already added to Lightroom into this album. When all photos are added, open this album. On the left at the bottom, click Publish, so your photos will be published in your SlickPic account. A right click on this album launches a drop down menu, where you can rename, create, delete or publish your album.
When you click on Go to Published Album, you will be taken to your SlickPic gallery. All actions made in Lightroom will be saved in your SlickPic album. To add comments, scroll down on the right side of the Lightroom menu, add comments, and they appear in your SlickPic account. Clicking on Like in SlickPic will also appear in Lightroom.
» How To Check What's Visible To Your Guest Viewers
When you are logged in, you can see all your albums and collections, regardless of whether they are public, private, or unlisted. When guest viewers look at your web gallery, they can only see your public photos. To preview what your guest viewers will see when they go to your gallery, go to your Web Gallery and click the Public/Private switch at the top. Switch to Public to see what others can see, then switch back to Private to enjoy viewing all your photos. This is the tool for letting you see how your privacy/visibility settings affect your albums. This tool is not available for the guest viewers.
» How To Use Facebook/Google Login With Mobile App
You can't login to the iPhone app using Facebook/Google account, however there is a workaround. Login to the website and go to Account -> Personal Info and click on Change Password. Leave the old password blank and enter a new password. Now use this password to login to the iPhone app.
» How To Use SlickPic Plug-in For Windows Live Gallery
Windows Live Gallery publish plug-ins lets you upload your images directly from your computer to online photo sharing sites such as SlickPic.com. Download and Install the Windows Live Photo Gallery Plugin. Select the photos you want and drag them directly to SlickPic. You can upload your pictures to an existing album or create a new one. To upload your photos from Windows Live Gallery to Slickpic.com (after installation and plugin authorization), select the photos you want to publish and click on the Slickpic icon in the Windows Live Gallery. Enter your new Album title, choose privacy status (Public, Unlisted or Private) and photos size, and then click Publish. After uploading your photos, click â€œviewâ€ and your Slickpic gallery will open with recently uploaded photos.Watch Video
» How To Use SlickPic Plug-in For Aperture
To install plug-in, download it first, double click on the plug-in icon and follow the installation instructions. Start Aperture. Select one or more images, right click and choose Export To SlickPic from the Export menu to begin the export.Watch Video
» How To Upload Photos And Videos Directly From iPhoto Without Using The SlickPic Plug-in
To export to SlickPic you need to export photos from iPhoto to any temporary folder, for example on your Desktop. Than go to SlickPic and click on Upload button. In the upload window you can just find the new folder and select all photos. That's all.Watch Video
» How to Install Google Analytics In SlickPic
The best way to know your audience is through your traffic stats and this is what Google Analytics provides for free.
1. Signup with Google Analytics
First you would need to create a Google Analytics account. To do this, visit Google Analytics Signup Page.
a. If you already have a Gmail account, then use that to sign-in with. If you do not have a Gmail account, then you would have to create an account for yourself..
b. Once you sign-in with your Gmail account, you will be prompted to signup for Google Analytics with your Gmail account..
c. Enter your site information. The fields are pretty self explanatory. You enter the Website’s URL which is www.slickpic.com, account name (it can be anything that you like), time zone country, and the time zone..
d. Enter your contact information.
e. Agree with their terms.
f. The next page will include your Tracking ID that will look like "UA-12345678-1". Copy it and proceed to the next step.
2. Copy the Tracking ID (UA code) to SlickPic
Now go back to SlickPic, to the Setup Google Analytics section and and paste or enter your Tracking ID (US code), than click "Save Changes".
The Google Analytics setup is now completed.
Now you can always login to Google Analytics (www.google.com/analytics) and see who's visiting your gallery. Keep in mind Google Analytics often has a 24-hour reporting delay.
Photo Edit and Enhancement
» How to Submit Your Photos for Enhancement
While viewing an Album in Organizer, select photo by placing the check mark in the upper left corner of the thumbnail. Move your cursor to the right upper corner of display and click on Actions pull down menu. You can choose to Add to Photo Edit Order.
You can also click on one photo and it will open in a big size. On the right side of the photo from the Photo Tools menu, click on Add to Photo Edit Order. In confirmation window click OK, and you will be directed to to Photo Edit Options page, where you can add your suggestions and choose color options for your order. Then Click Submit for Edit, this launches a dialog where you need to agree to Slickpic's Terms and Conditions and click Submit Order.
The order goes either to a photo technician or artist (depending on order). When order is completed it will show up in Organizer page in the Orders section of the tree menu. You can review the results by hovering mouse over the photo to see before and after view.
Select the photos you like or select all edited photos at the bottom of the Complete Order page and you can save them in a separate album or download all of them or just selected photos. The Photo Edit is subject of photo edit Terms and Conditions.
See more help on what to do next: how to Organize your photos and how to Share your photos.
» Enhance Photos with Credits
SlickPic.com provides Professional Photo Editing services for users who wish to improve their photo's overall quality, colors, cropping and other elements. We offer Standard, Creative and Photo Restoration photo editing performed by a professional design team.
To use photo edit services user needs to buy photo edit credits. SlickPic Credits are for Photo Edit only and may not be used for Account Upgrades or to purchase other SlickPic services. Please note that unused Purchased Credits will expire 12 months after the purchase date, or if any party closes the account or ends services. Unused credits are not refundable.
The user understands that Photo Enhancement is a subjective process and that they may or may not like the results. After Photo Enhancement work has been completed the user may prefer their original image better. There are no procedures to re-submit the same photo for revision. In order to make the service simple and affordable and to avoid abuse we do not offer refunds for completed work, however if you did not like the enhanced photos, we will redo the process again.
Credits may be refunded if a designer determines that a user's submitted photo is technically sufficient and does not require additional work. Certain Photo Enhancement options may require differing amounts of credits. For instance, some Edit options may require 1 credit while others require 10.
To submit photo for editing choose Add to Photo Edit order from the Actions or Photo Tools menu. On the Photo Edit Options page choose from Standard, Creative or Photo Restoration Edit services, add general instructions and then send the image to our design team for edits. You'll receive a confirmation message and status updates on your order. When the order is complete, choose from Before or After versions of your images to save to Albums or download.
» Editing Order Description
1. Any SlickPic Photo Enhancement alters a copy of the user's digital photograph file, but not the original photo source. The original photo file is always available to the user unless he or she decides to remove it and replace with the edited version.
2. Photo Enhancement is a subjective process, meaning the user and the photo design artist may have differing ideas of what makes a photo look great. Everyone has their own opinion and taste. After a creative edit is complete the user will receive Before and After versions of their photo. The users may like the artist's rendition or they may prefer their own original image file better. For Standard or Creative Editing the user's Editing Credit is assessed at the time of submission. There are no procedures to re-submit the same photo for revision. In some cases a user's Photo Edit Credit may be returned if the original file submitted is determined by our designers to be technically sufficient or if further enhancement will not improve image quality.
Creative Editing is very beneficial for photographers working on artistic images who want an additional prospective on their images in order to spark new ideas or directions for their work. It's also useful for the user who got a great shot and needs additional inspiration. Photographers can learn from our expert designers by observing changes in the Before/After versions of their images and noting how to create a better picture in the future.
Standard (basic) Editing: To improve a photograph's overall look.
Depending on photograph, photo editing might include a few or all of the options below:
* Cropping and Horizon leveling
* Color Corrections
* Exposure corrections
* Contrast enhancements
* Black level adjustments
* Red-Eye Reduction
Artistic or Creative Editing: A re-imagined look or feel.
Creative Editing provides an artistic version or other possibilities and directions for the image or photograph. For instance, the image could be taken from a soft and mellow presentation to experimental or extreme one.
Unless given specific instructions, a design artist will interpret a given photo's content, possible meanings or themes and alter the image according to his or her vision. The final photograph may or may not have an entirely new presentation, theme or mood. The image will not be sent to the user unless the design editor likes their results for a given image. However, this process can be very subjective â€“ the user should be aware that in all Creative Edit jobs the user's Edit Credits are assessed at the time of submission. Credits may be refunded to the user in the specific cases mentioned above.
Depending on photograph, photo editing might include a few or all of the options below:
Finding or emphasizing a subject in given photo (unless specified in the user's description), using up to extreme levels, all available adjustments, selective edits, vignettes, coloring, noise reduction, sharpening, etc.
General Album/Collection Options for Standard Editing (applies to whole order)
* Warmer colors
* Neutral colors
* Colder colors