Download all my images



  • Nick Miners

    Hi Leo

    I'm sorry to hear about the fire - nasty thing to happen. I don't think there's a quick way to download all your images in one go as PhotoShelter isn't designed as a backup system, though it does function as one as you've recognised (though I don't know if you've uploaded your original RAW files or JPG copies). Depending on how many galleries you have, you may find that if you move all your images into a single gallery you can download them all in one go, but if that's not practical you may be able to ask PhotoShelter themselves to do this for you - email to see what they have to say.

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  • Michael Russell

    Actually, you can download all your images relatively easily. First you log into your Photoshelter account, go to the images area, and click on "image search" at the top. On that page, open up the "Dates" section, and choose a start (Upload) date from the beginning (or before) the time you signed up for an account here. Click search, and this will list all your Photoshelter images, regardless of what gallery etc they may be in. You can then click "select all" and then choose "download" from the Actions menu. PS will sort all your photos into a number of zip archives that you can then download. You might want to check the "Embed updated metadata for this download" box when asked - as you are recovering this as your only backup. Hope that helps and sorry to hear about the circumstances that lead to this question!

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