Removing Photos from dropbox

We are looking for the best option to stop paying a monthly fee on Dropbox but do not want to lose our 9k photos. What is the best way to transfer all the photos and get rid of our Dropbox account?
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Thomas BernalDirector of SalesAsked:
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strungCommented:
Just drag the photos out of DropBox into a folder on your hard drive.
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Thomas BernalDirector of SalesAuthor Commented:
How do we drag the photos? I only see the option of individually downloading photos. Is there a way to do all 9k of them at once?
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strungCommented:
There should be a DropBox folder on your hard drive. Drag and drop from there. Are you using a Mac or a PC?

See: https://www.dropbox.com/help/desktop-web/locate-dropbox-folder
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Thomas BernalDirector of SalesAuthor Commented:
Using a Mac
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Thomas BernalDirector of SalesAuthor Commented:
Got the DropBox folder on my hard drive now. But had to create a folder for photos, how do I get all the photos on this folder in my DropBox account without having to select each individual photo?
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Shaun VermaakTechnical Specialist/DeveloperCommented:
Copy the DropBox photo folder to a non-DropBox folder
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