How to download photos from SmugMug?

If you want to share a download link with friends and family or your clients you can do that from SmugMug organizer window. To share a download link with friends and family follow the process below:
  1. Click Organize > Organize Site, and select the gallery you'd like to download. Click the download button, and then pick Download Gallery.
  2. SmugMug will then create a .zip file of your gallery and send you the .zip link when it's ready, so you don't have to hang around waiting.
  3. The link will be active for a maximum of two weeks. So, ask your friends and family members or clients to retrieve it before the link expires. If you don't get to it in time, just go back to the gallery and repeat the above process to generate a new .zip file.
Note: Each time you upload more photos to the gallery, you'll need to request a fresh backup or the new images won't be included in the zip file.

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