***Important!*** Deleting an album or image breaks links to any content linked from that album to all slideshows or outside sites. An album does not have to be empty for you to delete it. All photos, videos and sub-albums within the album you are deleting will be deleted forever. Deleted media cannot be restored.
Deleting an album
Just to reiterate, when you delete an album:
All photos, videos, and sub-albums in the album are deleted permanently and are not recoverable.
Links to any photos in the album to slideshows or web pages will break. If you have a photo posted on a blog or forum, deleting it on Photobucket will also remove it from the site it's linked on.
.. so you're sure? Really? Okay, here's how:
Log in to your Photobucket account.
Click the Library tab. As the new page loads you will see a list of all your albums on the left.
Click on the album you want to delete.
Click on the more button just above your images. A drop-down menu will appear.
Are you absolutely sure that you are ready? If you are, click Delete album. A warning will display.
If you are 110% positive you want this album gone, and all photos, videos and subalbums in it deleted, click Yes and it will never be seen again. YIKES!
Deleting an image
There are a few different ways to delete images and videos within your Photobucket.
Delete from album view
To delete individual images while viewing your album, mouse over the image you'd like to delete. Once you do that, you'll see a 'gear' pop up in the top corner. Now mouse over that to open up a menu giving you a few different options. Click 'delete' to remove this image.
Delete while viewing an image (media detail page)
In the media detail page, you'll find a sidebar with numerous options to the right of the image. Simply click 'delete'.