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Assuming you didn’t delete your iPhoto Library, but just iPhoto Reinstall iPhoto from the Mac App Store [you did this, go to 2] Hold down the option key while opening iPhoto to select a different default library. The current default is the empty library. We want to track down your original library. Click “Choose library...” By default, your iPhoto Library ...


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I'd go for the 'not quite cave-man' approach - though still a bit manual... Launch Image Capture. Plug in iDevice Select any/all photos you wish to delete The Delete button is at the bottom of the window [the 'no-entry sign] Hope they fix it before they come out of beta.


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Yes. You can't move a photo from iPhoto out of the library simply by dragging it. It'll be a copy, therefore deleting it from the desktop will not remove the original from the iPhoto library.


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I'm doing that with Phoshare. I'm using automator for running an apple script when my iMac starts. This script calls phoshare to sync my events with the NAS. The apple script look like: cd /Applications/Phoshare-1.5.2.app/Contents/MacOS ./Phoshare \ --export "/Volumes/photo/2015" \ --iphoto "/Users/toto/Pictures/iPhoto Library.photolibrary" \ -e ...


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There are three current components to Apple's online photos. iCloud Photo Library (Beta) My Photo Stream iCloud Photo Sharing I think from your wording you are referring to the smaller parts and not the entire Photo Library in the cloud. The photo stream FAQ is quite good: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201317 It mentions that you have a 30 day ...


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If you visit the conversation in your iPhone/iPad in Messages, click on the 'Details' button in the upper right hand corner, scroll down to attachments, then press and hold one of the photos you'd like to transfer. Select "More" from the menu that appears. You should then see Apple's 'Select' arrows appear in the bottom of each attachment. From there, ...


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Since iTunes is showing the photos on there, are you not perhaps syncing photos from your PC? Your screenshot shows you looking at your Camera Roll which is indeed empty, but if you tap the < Albums button (visible at the top of your screenshot), does it show any more albums? The other option, as @Tetsujin suggested, is that the photos are still in your ...


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Set the date of your phone a few months back. These phantom photos should now show up in "Recently Deleted" section on iOS photos. Delete them from there, and then set the date back to the present.


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I have found the solution to the problem. Quoting the solution from txforever from Apple forum. Im not sure why is this happening, but i just know how to get rid of the prob. It has something to do with the Recently Deleted folder in the iPhone. You need to change the date of the phone to earlier mayb a year earlier as in 2014. Then go into your ...


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There is a app (there is always a app :) to do that, and it is free. Photo Investigator: View, Edit, Remove Metadata; GPS, EXIF... By Daniel Anderson https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/photo-investigator-view-edit/id571574618?mt=8



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