Dropbox is a far superior way to get your photos versus having them sent through email.
Digital images taken with a modern DSLR, even when exported as JPEGs, are generally a few megabytes in size. Most email services limit the size of attachments to 25MB. Even in the best-case scenario, you’ll at most be able to attach five or ten images. Dropbox allows me to get you all of your photos at one time in a simple and effective method. While it does require you to make a FREE account, this is absolutely the best and safest way to receive your photos.
It is imperative to save your photos off to an actual computer and backed up to a secondary offline source. Please DO NOT just screen shot your photos from your phone – they will not be the proper format or resolution and will not look appropriate.
To download an entire folder directly from dropbox.com:
Sign in to dropbox.com.
Find the folder you want to download.
Click the … (ellipsis) icon to the right of the folder's name.
Your browser will then download the folder as a single compressed file (known as a "ZIP" file). Once it's downloaded, open and decompress the ZIP file to access the contents of your folder.
You'll find the file wherever your browser normally downloads files, as set in your browser preferences
The ZIP file will have the same name as the original folder, but will end in .zip
Make sure after you have unzipped your files to back up your files to an additional offline source