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You can use the sips command to pad any JPEG or BMP image to a specified size, with a specified colour. In your case, the command would look something like: sips photo-500x640.jpg --padToHeightWidth 640 640 --padColor 000000 --out photo-640x640.jpg obviously with the input and output filenames of your choice. For white instead of black borders, change ...


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Sorting Manually In an album that you made (not a smart album like Time Lapses or Selfies), to move a photo around: head into that album, press Select in the top-right, hold down on the photo you'd like to move, and drag it to the place you'd like to move it to. Sorting by date or name In the Photos app on Mac, go into an album, press "View" in the menubar, ...


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You can group the photos by the camera that took them, using Smart Albums. First click on one of your girlfriend's photos and Show Info under the Window menu. You will see something like this. It's the camera model that is important (I have boxed it in red). My hope is that your iPhone is not the same model as your girlfriend's. If it isn't we are in ...



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