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How to send photos by email

To send photos by email, you can follow these general steps:

  1. Open your preferred email application or website and sign in to your email account. 
  2. Click on the "Compose" or "New Email" button to start composing a new email. 
  3. In the email composition window, enter the recipient's email address in the "To" field. 
  4. Write a subject for the email that briefly describes the content or purpose of the photos. 
  5. In the body of the email, you can write a message if desired. This step is optional but can be helpful for providing context or information about the photos. 
  6. To attach photos, look for an attachment button/icon, usually represented by a paperclip or an icon resembling a file. Click on this button/icon to open the file attachment window. 
  7. In the file attachment window, navigate to the location on your computer or device where the photos are stored. Select the desired photos by clicking on them while holding down the Ctrl key (or Command key on a Mac) to select multiple photos. Alternatively, you can select a folder containing the photos to attach all the photos within that folder. 
  8. After selecting the photos, click on the "Open" button or a similar button to attach them to the email. The attached photos will appear as file attachments below the email composition window. 
  9. Review the email, including the recipient, subject, and attached photos, to ensure everything is correct. 
  10. Finally, click on the "Send" button to send the email with the attached photos.


The specific steps for attaching photos may vary slightly depending on the email application or website you are using. However, most email platforms follow a similar process of composing an email, attaching files, and sending them to the recipient.

Please note that some email providers or email clients may have file size limitations for attachments. If the photos you want to send exceed the file size limit, you may need to resize or compress the images before attaching them or consider using alternative methods for sharing large files, such as cloud storage services or file-sharing platforms.