If you used effects on an image, the unmodified version is located in the Originals folder. You only need Finder to be able to view the images of the photo booth. The PhotoBooth library is located inside the Pictures folder of the home folder. The small symbol at the bottom right will allow you to add the selected image to Photos and other sharing objectives.
Like iPhoto and Photos, there is a library of photo booths in the Pictures folder. Within the photo booth library, you can find all the images taken in an internal folder of images. Photo Booth (well, or just a “photo booth”) is a great standard macOS application that allows you to take a snapshot or record a video from a FaceTime camera located on a MacBook or iMac. I want to automatically backup photos and videos from Photo Booth to Google Photos, but I don't know where they are stored.
You can also use symbolic links to achieve this, by linking the Photo Booth app directory to the DropBox folder, or whatever. You should now be able to see all the photos you've taken with the Photo Booth app on your Mac. Perhaps the best way would be for your Photo Booth application (or whatever you use to take photos) to direct the saved files to a file folder in the cloud such as DropBox or even iCloud Drive. For me, the only use I've found of Photo Booth is when I need to take some snapshots of a webcam.
In that sense, package files for Photo Booth are very similar to the original file library with the Photos application on the Mac, both accessible to users, but usually hidden from the average public through the file system. We'll show you how to access the Photo Booth images, as well as where all the Photo Booth images are located on the Mac. Any of these Finder locations can be accessed directly from the Finder or Terminal, but keep in mind that if you move files out of those directories, they will no longer appear in the Photo Booth app on your Mac. Photo Booth is a photo taking application that comes pre-installed on all Macs and is not a common application to take pictures.
You can also drag and drop individual images from the small Photo Booth image bar to the desktop or into a folder and save them individually outside of Photo Booth as a generic JPEG file. However, with the method described below, you should be able to access the photos that were taken with the Photo Booth application just like any other normal file on your Mac. While you may have taken a lot of pictures using the Photo Booth app, you may have noticed that you don't place the captured images in a convenient storage location, such as your desktop. However, it has always been a mystery to find a practical, intuitive and useful way to use these photos outside of Photo Booth.
As for automatic backup, there is no direct way to do it, since Photo Booth doesn't have many options for it. Immediately after taking a photo, a series of images (the program creates a collage of four images) or a video recording, all content is displayed on a special horizontal panel located above the shutter of the virtual camera.