Here’s how you can export all of your photos and videos from Google Photos

Google Photos is ending its free unlimited storage service. Starting June 1, 2021, the service will charge users a fee once they exceed the 15GB limit. This does not apply to high quality photos and videos previously saved. However, photos uploaded after June 1, 2021 count towards 15 GB of storage quotas. For users considering moving their images from Google Photos to other services, the process is fairly straightforward and there are several options available to export your photos to. Some of the choices include Amazon Photos, Apple’s iCloud Drive, Dropbox, Flicker, and OneDrive. Exporting the data from Google Photos is fairly straightforward, although transferring all of the files can take a while.

Visit to export your photos stored in Google Photos Google Takeout. You can export a copy of the content in your Google Account through this website. This applies to Arts and Culture, Calendar, Contacts, Drive, Photos, Google Pay, and more. Make sure you are signed in to your Google Account while accessing this website.

To create a new export, you need to select the Google service you want to export. All services are selected by default. So be sure to click deselect all above. After that, scroll down until you see Google Photos and select it. If you want to skip this step, you can go directly Click here and select Next Step.

Google notes that album filtering is not currently supported for broadcasts. All photos will be transferred while selecting transfer to another service option. However, if you click Multiple formatsyou can manually select / deselect the data of the photos you want to export. Aside from the date, there is also an option called “Instant Upload” and “Profile Photos” that you can choose.

After the selection Next StepYou can choose the file, frequency and destination of the export. You can either get the download link via email or add the photos directly to Drive, Dropbox, or OneDrive.

There are two frequency options that you can choose from. Either export once or export every two months for a year (a total of six exports). You can choose between ZIP and TGZ files and between 1 GB / 2 GB / 4 GB / 10 GB / 50 GB file sizes. Then click on Create export. You will receive an email from Google informing you that an archive of Google data has been requested.

Once the export is complete, Google will email you (if you’ve selected this option) the exports, which you can download directly from your email. The time it takes to export your data depends on the number and size of the albums – this can take a few minutes or even longer. Unedited and edited photos and videos are transferred along with the data associated with each photo and video (such as creation time and comments). The data associated with each album such as titles and descriptions are also transferred.

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