How to export all your photos out of Facebook in two clicks
A common problem people have with Facebook is that they make it next to impossible to get your photos out of the social network without having to click on every single photo and save it. To export your photos from Facebook, it’s a big chore. It’s one of the reasons Google+ created Data Liberation, which are tools within Google to export all your data with ease.
Facebook on the other hand doesn’t have this. However, Photobucket has a tool that will let you export all your photos right out of Facebook in just a couple of clicks. It’s really easy, and I just did it and it worked like a charm. Here’s how to pull all your photos out of Facebook, and have them saved for free on the image hosting site Photobucket.
Go to Photobucket and login. If you don’t have an account, you can create one for free. After logging in, go to the Photobucket-Facebook sync and connect your Facebook to your Photobucket. After doing so, you should see a similar screen below.
First, select the album you wish to import, or Select All Albums to export everything at once, which is the easiest way to get it all the photos out.
Second, click Import Selected Albums and you’re done. That’s it and it’s very simple. Depending on how many photos and albums you have, it may take a few minutes to complete.
I exported just under 200 photos and it took about three minutes to complete. The photos are then moved to a “Facebook Album” on Photobucket where they are saved and can be viewed or downloaded.