Uploading and Downloading

  • How do I download all images in a gallery?

    You can save all your original, high-res photos with a single click. Create backups and feel fuzzy knowing your images are safe in your hands. Or use it to make copies of your gallery for friends, family and clients. Click 'n zip In New SmugMug, click organize > organize site, and select the gallery. Click the download button. Then pick Download Gallery. In Legacy SmugMug, Look for a Download All option in your galler...

    Apr 09, 2014 12:30PM PDT
  • How do I upload from Lightroom?

    Photographers love Lightroom because it's easy, powerful and makes photo finishing fast. Even better, you can download a sweet SmugMug publishing plugin that's totally free. If you're using an older version of the SmugMug uploader plugin, you can download the updated version and see installation instructions here. Problems? Check out the FAQ for help. Or see how Lightroom can save you time and effort. If you prefer to watch, we did ...

    Mar 24, 2014 10:34AM PDT
  • Can I download photos from my SmugMug site to print myself?

    Many people wonder if their original, high-resolution photos can be downloaded for printing on their own computers--or on the computers of their favorite people around the world. If you're logged in as account owner, you can always download your own photos. Your visitor will, too, when the gallery owner has the "Largest size" option set to "Original" in their gallery settings. Here's how: In New SmugMug, click the download ...

    Mar 27, 2014 12:19PM PDT
  • What types of files can I upload to SmugMug?

    Photos You can add an unlimited number of JPEG, GIF, and PNG files to your SmugMug account. To store larger files and other file types?, you'll want to add a SmugVault. The current size limitations on photos for all users are: 50 megabytes and 100 megapixels If a file exceeds those limits, we'll try to resample it (in the case of too many pixels) or recompress it (in the case of large file size) to bring it within the limi...

    Mar 27, 2014 12:31PM PDT
  • How do I upload from Photoshop?

    SmugMug and Adobe teamed up so it's easy to upload photos to SmugMug straight from many Adobe products. Click on the product you own to find step-by-step instructions: Photoshop CS3 Bridge Lightroom FYI: If you have a non-US version, you may need to go to preferences and change location to USA. Photoshop Bridge CS4, CS5 and CS6 is not supported.

    Mar 27, 2014 01:53PM PDT
  • How do I upload photos with Aperture?

    When you open up the new Aperture, first open up the Aperture > Preferences and click on the “Accounts” tab. Hit the little + symbol to open up the available services dialog: Once added, you’ll be prompted to sign in to your SmugMug account and authorize the connection. Remember that if you change your mind, you can visit your SmugMug Account Settings > Privacy and revoke permission of any previously authorized accounts. Now...

    Mar 27, 2014 02:17PM PDT
  • Can I upload photos to my gallery via email?

    If you send email to SmugMug with photos attached, we'll place them in a gallery for you. Tip: This feature is super-secure and great for friends who want to upload a couple of photos with great captions. Got lots of fans who want to upload lots of photos? Try Guest Uploads. You can use this feature to add photos from your regular email as well. No phones required! (Though if you have an iPhone, the deal gets even sweeter.) Here's ho...

    Nov 12, 2013 04:31AM PST
  • How do I prepare photos for uploading to SmugMug?

    You have choices as to files and file preparation, for SmugMug. Finished Work (Ready to Print!): 1. Process your files in your photo editing program (e.g., Photoshop CS3, Bridge, PS Elements, The Gimp, Irfanview, Apple Aperture, Adobe Lightroom, or similar) and save them as JPEG files. We can only make prints and products from JPEGs, see here for more info. Be SURE that you are processing in sRGB Color Space. If you work in PS in a d...

    Mar 27, 2014 02:00PM PDT
  • Can I upload photos faster?

    Are you shocked by how lloonngg it takes to upload your photos? There are three common reasons: 1: Your photos are supersized. Your camera may be tiny, but the megapixels it has can overpower even your cable modem (mega means huge!). There are some simple tips for taking great photos that add more quickly to your SmugMug site. Bring on the tips. Most cameras allow you to choose Small, Medium, or Large photos. They wi...

    Apr 10, 2014 06:48AM PDT
  • How do I upload from Photoshop CS3 Bridge?

    Update: Problems with crashing/lockups in Bridge? See http://www.dgrin.com/showthread.php?t=105134&page=3&highlight=bridge+crash Uploading from Bridge CS4, CS5 and CS6 is not supported. Uploading from CS3 Bridge is a snap. You can use the Simple Uploader on SmugMug itself, and drag jpgs directly from Bridge, to the uploader. Or..... you can upload directly from within Bridge. First, open CS3 Bridge. Then Click Too...

    Mar 27, 2014 02:18PM PDT
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