The Favorites feature allows you to pick specific photos in a gallery or collection, save them as a set of favorites, and then go to your shopping cart to place your order from that selection.

Before a Favorites list can be created, the system will require you to first log in or create an account under the photographer's site.  The Favorites List is then stored in your account under the site. You will then be able to access the Favorites List from any internet connected computer web browser just by logging in to your account.

You can create as many Favorites List as needed.

Changes to Favorites Lists are automatically shared between you and the photographer.  So if you remove a photo from the list or add a new photo, the change will be automatically reflected when the photographer views the list.  It also works the other way around as images removed from the list by the photographer will also be removed when you view the list.

Please note: if the photographer has chosen to protect your images with a password, you may be required to enter the password again to view the images in the Favorites List.

Please also see this video on how to create Favorites lists.

 

Creating a Favorites set

Before a Favorites list can be created, the system will require your to first log in or create an account under your photographer's site.  The Favorites List is then stored in your account under the site. You will then be able to access the Favorites List from any internet connected computer web browser just by logging in to your account.

There are a few methods provided for creating and adding photos to a Favorites list.  The available methods will vary based on the photographer's chosen site customization settings.

To create a Favorites list or add photos to a Favorites list, navigate to the gallery that contains the desired images in your photographer's site.

Hover the mouse pointer over the image or the thumbnail of the image.  If you see a heart shaped icon in one of the top corners, click on it to add the photo to a Favorites List.

Add to Favorites Heart

You can add multiple photos to a Favorites List at once by using the Select Photos button in the Thumbnails View of the gallery.

  1. In the Thumbnails View of the gallery, click on the Select Photos Button.
  2. Move your mouse over the bottom-left corner of a photo thumbnail and click on the black circle that appears. A check mark will be added. 
    Repeat this action with each favorite photo thumbnail until you have selected all desired photos
  3. Or click All if you wish to select all the photos in the gallery.
  4. Click the Add to Favorites button.

Add to Faves Select Button

You can also create or add photos to a Favorites list through the Photo Page view.

In the Photo Page view, right click on the image then choose Add to Favorites in the menu that appears or click Add to Favorites in the Photo Toolbar above the image.

Save to Faves Photo Page

Again these options will depend on the way your photographer has customized their site and so not all options may be available.

If a Favorite list has already been created, the option will be provided to continue to add to that set, or make a new set.
A Favorites list will be created based on your choices and a link to the Favorites List will be visible at the top left hand corner of the screen.

Favorites Lists in page corner


Creating Selected for Purchase Later Favorites Lists

Use the steps displayed in this section to use the Select Photos button to select multiple photos at once.

Click the Buy button then choose Save photos for purchasing later in the menu that appears.

Create For Puchase Later List

You will be prompted to add the selected photos to an existing Favorites List or to create a new list.

 

Purchasing photos from your Selected for Purchase Later Favorites Lists

Now click on My Account and then click on My Favorites. You will now see the thumbnails of the files you have chosen.

Click the Buy button and select Buy All. Then choose from Packages, Prints and/or Downloads to start making up your order.