Click here to download a single high-resolution image for your time machine. Here I'm going to grab a photo of my favorite coffee shop called Chotchke Coffee Roasters . Notice that my image is already geotagged, so I can use it immediately in Google Earth.
Chances are you already have a ton of images you like in your media library. Perhaps they are scans of your family photos, or maybe it's your favorite sketch drawing of your pet. Whatever it is, you can start snapping a few photos and then share them to Google Earth with a single click.
If you'd like to download all the images in a single folder, click Upload multiple folder(s). Here I'm going to upload the images of my Chotchke Coffee Roasters. You'll see the screen in the next screenshot.
You can also download high-resolution images for your time machine if you want to go back and grab a few more images for your family photo album. You can even use it to create a time machine device, as well.
When you’ve downloaded your imagery, you can view it in Google Earth. To do this, simply navigate to My Places on the left-hand side of the Google Earth interface and then select the View option to display your photos. You can choose to either display the Google Earth interface or a photographic view. For more information on Google Earth, check out our How to Use Google Earth: Free guide.
When you select the View option, you’ll be presented with a list of different types of imagery. Choose the type of imagery that you want to download. You can download those images by selecting the Download button on the right-hand side of the screen. Google Earth will then download all of the images and store them locally on your hard drive.
To access these modules, you need to navigate to My Places on the left-hand side of the Google Earth interface. To download the modules, you need to select the View option and then select the type of imagery that you want to download.
Something else that should be noted is that Google Earth provides a number of additional modules. These modules are known as that they support different types of imagery. For example, there are modules for:
Google is the most experienced company when it comes to mapping, and they are the first to update their maps to reflect changes. In fact, Google is so confident with their maps that they are willing to bet their business on them. Google has no need to make money from its mapping service, so it can afford to devote significant resources to improving its maps. Google's map and information is free to users, and with the company's continuing investment in the service, we can expect that this will continue to be the case. 827ec27edc