You can download images from mypics (like how your customers do), or from the ELEMENTICE™ Console as a single image or as a zip of all event images - if you plan to download all images, we highly recommend using the Dropbox integration instead. It will make your life much easier.
Download all images to Dropbox
Use the Dropbox integration to have all the original images copied straight to your Dropbox account in real-time. We recommend setting this up BEFORE the event, but you can add the integration and sync the images across afterwards. See more here.
Downloading from Mypics
On most smart phones, open the image you want to save (so that it is the only image on the screen), then touch and hold on the image. You will then be given the option to "download image" or "add to camera roll" depending on the phone model.
Single Image Downloads from the Console
Go to the Event page, or select a specific gallery from the Galleries tab on the top banner
If on the Event page, either click an image from the scroller, select the Galleries tab underneath the scroller, or click the Event Gallery button at the top right of the window... too many options?
Just get to a gallery view where you can see the image you want...
Once the Gallery is opened, select the image you want to download. There are two download options available, you can download Small (a watermarked lo-res version), or Large (an unwatermarked hi-res version).
Click whichever option suits your needs and the file will begin to download. If you have any issues, check the download settings on your browser.
Complete Event Downloads from the Console
*We recommend using the Dropbox integration instead of this method*
Go to the Event page and select the Downloads tab
Click the button: "Generate Event Zip"
Choose between either hi-res (unwatermarked), or lo-res (includes watermark if one is being used)
Confirm zip selection – this will take several minutes
The zip will become available for download in the table when ready, click the Download button to save the zip file to your computer.