So you just got the link to your photos in our online galleries, and now you want to download some or all of them to your own computer or device.
Click on the link we emailed you, and it should load the gallery into your browser. But if it doesn’t, just copy the link and paste it into your browser’s command line. You should see something like this:
In the upper right area of the browser screen, you will see a button marked “Select Photos” Click on it:
In the lower left portion of each thumbnail image, you’ll see a circle. On each of the images you want to download, click once inside that circle, and it will add a checkmark to that picture. Go ahead and click all the photos you want to download. When you’re done, the screen will look something like this:
Now, go back to the buttons at the upper right area of the browser screen. You will see a button marked “Download.”
Click on this button, and the photos you selected will be moved to your computer. Where it is moved will depend on the device and operating system you are using. On a Macintosh running OS-X, the images can be found in your “download” folder. Drag and drop them to wherever you wish to store them on your device. That’s it! Keep in mind that these pictures are usually at very high res — they’re big. They should work fine if you upload them to Facebook and other social media sites, but some websites may require you to downsize the images to something smaller before they will accept them. How to do that is beyond the scope of this article, but if you need help, ask the website’s owner exactly what size (in pixels) they need, and let us know, and we can resize the images to fit their requirements.