How to Download and/or Print Pictures
Your photos will be found in a gallery. If you don’t have the gallery link, or if it requires a password and you don't know it, please email me.
Once in a gallery, you can scroll through the pictures using the viewer. If you see a picture you like and want to download it, following these directions:
a. Desktop Computer - Simply click the Download icon (looks like a little down arrow pointing to a line) in the lower right-hand corner below the enlarged picture on the right. A pop-up window will appear that will allow you to save the file to your hard drive.
b. Mobile Device - Word of warning! If you have a cap on your cellular data, I don't advise downloading pictures unless you are connected to wi-fi. Downloading pictures can be very data-intensive. When you access the gallery, you'll see just the thumbnails (no viewer on the right). Each thumbnail will have the download icon (little down arrow pointing to a line), which you click on to view the image in larger size. Press and hold on the picture to activate a menu on your phone that should offer you an option to "save as," which will put it in your phone's photo list.
a. Once you have downloaded your pictures, you are welcomed to print copies of your images yourself; if you are printing sports portraits, please contact me for a release form if I haven’t already sent you one.
b. If you would like assistance printing images, including posters, I am happy to arrange for printing through my local printer for best price and quality.
If you are looking to download or print more than a few pictures, or if you have any further questions that aren't answered here, feel free to contact me. Thanks!
For members of my sons' hockey and lacrosse teams:
Please note that these pictures are tagged with player names, so you can easily search for your specific player (instead of scrolling through hundreds of photos!). Just click the link on the main menu of the appropriate team and one of the items listed should be "READ FIRST: How to Search by Player." Please feel free to email me if you have any questions.