How to Move Photos from Amazon S3 to SmugMug on Mac?

SmugMug is a paid photo sharing website which is used to upload HD photos and videos to your account. It is the most beautiful way to view and share your photo and videos. It allows you to control over the privacy and security of published photos. You can easily move photos from Amazon S3 to SmugMug using "S3 Browser" on Mac. If you are looking for a step by step process to move photos from Amazon S3 to SmugMug on Mac, read on.

Following are the steps to Move Photos from Amazon S3 to SmugMug on Mac:

  1. Download and install "S3 Browser" on your Mac.
  2. Start "S3 Browser" on your Mac.
  3. Click "Accounts" tab.
  4. Select "Add new account" option.
  5. Enter Account name, Access Key ID, Secret Access key and click "Add New account" button.
  6. You will see list of all your buckets located at the left side of the window.
  7. Click on the bucket, you will see list of all photos and videos from the bucket.
  8. Choose the photos which you want to move.
  9. Click "Download" button.
  10. A "Browse for folder" window opens up.
  11. Create new folder or choose a folder to download photos.
  12. Click "Ok" button.
  13. Your photos will now be downloaded to Mac.
  14. Go to http://www.smugmug.com/ & sign in to your account.
  15. Click "Upload" button located at top left corner of the window.
  16. Select "To New Gallery" option to create a new gallery.
  17. A "New Gallery" window opens-up.
  18. Enter gallery name, description, privacy level & click "Enter" button.
  19. A "Upload to" window opens-up.
  20. Browse & select the photos to upload.
  21. Click "Open" button.
  22. You will get a message that "Upload complete".
  23. If you want to upload more photos, then click "Click to Browse" button.
  24. Click "Done" button.
  25. You have another option to upload the photos i.e "Drag-and-drop". Here you can simply drag your photos directly from your Mac to a location in your SmugMug account.

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