Our online Galleries make for a fun collection of the photos from your event. Galleries allow guests at an event to share quickly and easily to social media and save photos and GIFs to their phones after they leave the photo booth, giving more guests the opportunity to take pictures.
Privacy is important to our team, and we believe control over the images taken at an event should be shared between guests and event hosts. In order to give event hosts more control over photos taken at events, we make it easy to change the privacy level for your events.
HALO and Simple Booth Classic (formerly Event Edition) will both have access to the following Gallery settings:
All pictures in public Gallery pages can be viewed by any guests who took a picture at the event. When a picture in a public Gallery is posted to Facebook or Twitter, that individual's friends can access your Gallery page as well.
Public galleries can also be found by nearby users of our free Simple Booth app.
When a Gallery page is set to unlisted, guests who take pictures at your event will only have access to their own photo. When these pictures are posted to Facebook or Twitter, friends of your guest will not have access to your Gallery page.
As the host of the event, you can access a link to an unlisted Gallery's "main" page (where all the pictures are shown) and can share that URL with anybody who needs it, like your client. Your client will be able to see all of the pictures taken at the event without needing to sign into the host's account.
Private Galleries are somewhat similar to unlisted Galleries. Guests at an event will only have access to their own photos, and that privacy is maintained when those pictures are posted to social media.
When a private setting is selected, the full Gallery page can only be accessed by the host of the event when logged into the account that the event was run from.
Attend and event and can't find your photo?
If the link to your picture brings up a message about the Gallery's privacy settings, you will want to contact the host of your event directly. The event host may be able to help you find a copy of your picture, even if your picture was prevented from being uploaded.