Once you've claimed your IMDb page with your IMDbPro membership, you can add up to 200 images to your page.
You can directly manage your images from the image gallery. To navigate to the image gallery, select "Photos" on your IMDbPro page, under your headshot.
To add a new image select "Add Image". To set a new primary image, select the image and select "Set as primary". To edit the image (i.e. Caption, Copyright), select the image and select "Edit info & tags". To remove a image added with your IMDbPro membership, please select the
image and select "Delete" and then click "Delete" in the pop up window.
You can edit your featured image by selecting the “Edit” link under the "Featured" section at the top of the image gallery. Drag and drop the images to your preferred display and select "Save".
To add images to your page, go to your photo gallery, click "Add Image", then click "Add Image" within the window to browse for the photo file. Once the image file is selected, you can choose to set the photo as your primary image; add a caption, photographer, or copyright; or add tags for other names or titles. When you're finished and ready to publish the image, click "Submit".
To set an image from your photo gallery as your primary image, select the image from your photo gallery, then click "Set as Primary".
Your primary image should be of you and only you. We reserve the right to reject drawings, logos, images of different people, or any other types of images that do not accurately represent the individual.
To edit an image you've uploaded, select the image from your photo gallery, then the ‘Edit info and tags’ link in the image viewer. This will allow you to change the image’s meta-data such as the caption, photographer, copyright, and tagging.
To delete an image you've uploaded, select the image from your photo gallery, then click "Delete". You can also request deletion of images which were uploaded
by IMDb editorial, though these requests will be vetted by IMDb. Note that if there are other people tagged in
the image with you, you cannot delete the image in its entirety. You can, however, un-tag yourself so that the
image no longer appear in your image gallery though it will continue to appear
in the other tagged people’s galleries.
You can continue do all of the same things from your image gallery that you previously could do via resume images. This includes:
With this update you can now also select the type associated with your images and tag titles and other people. You now also have the ability to update and delete images in your gallery which were not directly uploaded by you (subject to vetting).
Any images that you upload and any changes you make to these images are not vetted by IMDb before they are published on the site. Note that images must adhere to IMDb’s image guidelines, and your image may be removed if it violates policy. You can also make changes to images that are uploaded by IMDb editorial, however these changes may be vetted before they take effect.
The images you’ve uploaded will continue to be published in the same way across IMDb, IMDbPro, and Amazon Video.
Any changes you make to your images should take affect within a few minutes of your update. Note that there may be some changes which will require vetting by IMDb staff and may take up to a day to take effect. This may occur when you’re requesting a change to one of your images which was uploaded by IMDb editorial, or are requesting to tag another person or title into one of your images.
Users can suggest updates or report images which appear on your page. These requests are carefully vetted by IMDb before publication.
Any images that you’ve uploaded will be removed from the site when you cancel your membership. This may include your primary image and featured image selections as well as any images which you have added to your gallery. Note that any images uploaded by IMDb editorial and the changes you’ve made to these images will continue to be displayed on the site even after you’ve cancelled.