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iPhoto Photos Location iPhoto stores photos and meta-data in the user's home folder: ~/Pictures/iPhoto Library Within this folder, the original photos are stored at: ~/Pictures/iPhoto Library/Masters Bulk Copy with rsync If the user name was friend, the rsync command to copy all the original photos to the local desktop would be: rsync -ra ...


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There is a workaround, going through TextEdit: Open TextEdit, and create a new file. In TextEdit, add the images to the new file. In TextEdit, select all of your images and copy them (cmd-A, cmd-C). In Word, paste the images (cmd-V). This will result in all of the images being pasted into Word, which you can then manipulate as you normally would.


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Photo Stream isn't actually as bad as it seems. You don't need to launch iPhoto to get the photo — it's already on your Mac and much faster than it appears in iPhoto. Your Photo Stream is stored in: ~/Library/Application Support/iLifeAssetManagement/assets/sub Go to this folder and sort by date. Inside those folders are JPGs of all your photos. You can ...


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I like to use a quick little script to grab the latest image from the command line - lastpic. This probably isn't the type of solution you're looking for, but it's useful if you work at the command line a lot.


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AirBridge Transfer Image or Text between your iPhone and Mac You can do this with AirBridge. This lets you transfer images and text between your iOS device and Mac in a similar way to AirDrop, except through a Wi-Fi network. Open the iOS app and make sure the menu bar app is running, then in the iOS app you can tap a button to send the last photo ...


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Personally, I use PhotoSync and its OS X companion app to transfer photos from my iPhone to my Mac over wifi (and to any other device that is running the app). PhotoSync also has a "auto transfer" feature that will automatically transfer new photos in the camera roll when you are at a predefined location. There are also several other apps, such as Instashare ...


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First: Nothing is lost. Yet. It is only hidden from plain view. Next, the file and menu names below might not be correct. I am doing this from a German OS, and I did not want to reboot just for the filenames. iPhoto keeps your photos in a subfolder, named "iPhoto Library" of the "Pictures" folder in the user directory. You need to control-click that folder ...


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I know everyone has been finding a culmination of solutions to be helpful...my chosen course which I will hope meet with great success is as follows - Import all existing photos from my iDevices into iPhoto. Turn off 'Automatic Import' in iPhoto under (Preferences > Photo Stream). Turn off 'Keep Normal Photo' in my iDevices under (Settings > Photos & ...



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