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You can use Image Capture in the /Applications folder. This allows you to select a normal folder and import photos to that location, which can be accessed in Finder or Photoshop as usual. In addition, this application allows you to setup the preferred application to open when connecting your camera (or smartphone, ...). There you can select Image Capture ...


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What do you mean by "import", if you're not copying to the special internal organization? Just copy the files from the camera media. If you're using Photoshop, maybe you can consider using Lightroom too. It can "import" with some flexibility in where you store the files. Normally I just copy files, no special import process, to put he files where I want ...


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Launch the Messages app. Tap on the text thread that has the pictures and/or videos. Tap on Details in the top right corner. Scroll down to the Attachments section and press and hold on one of the pictures or videos you'd like to save. Tap on More in the popup menu. Tap to select all the photos you'd like to save. Tap on Save Images in the bottom left corner ...


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Yes, that is the case. When you edit a JPEG photo and save the result as a JPEG image, it will be re-encoded and thus you'll suffer some loss of quality. The only way to avoid that is to save the photo in a lossless format (for example RAW). You cannot do that with the built-in Photos app. You can find other apps that allow you to save both the original ...


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There are actually multiple levels of download. Even when you view an image, a device-optimized version is retrieved. Only when you Edit or Share a photo is it fully downloaded from iCloud (possibly when you zoom in all the way, also). With that being said, you can’t bulk-Edit; however, you can bulk-Share. Here are the steps that worked for me: Go into ...


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You can use Dropbox, (free version is Ok, you get 2GB free could storage) when you sign up and install it on your mac, every time you connect any device (including iPhone, iPad, digital cameras, etc..) it comes up with a window asking if you want to transfer the images stored in that device to your Dropbox folder (which is in your computer, but also backed ...


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There are a variety of ambiguities in this question, but ultimately - your best bet is to take the steps necessary to mount the camera as an external drive. Some cameras are built to present themselves as external drives, but not all. When you connect your camera, first check Finder and see if the camera is appearing as a drive. If you can't find it, ...


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If your girlfriend likes using Photos.app, she can still do that but import her pics elsewhere. You can do this by going to the "Photos" menu and choosing "Preferences". There's an option to store photos in the Library and it's checked by default: If you search the help for "Change where Photos stores your files", it says: When you import photos and ...


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I'm not sure this can be done directly, as Apple has created this mode in order to save space and not to leave Originals on the interested device in order to take a quick look at those even when Offline. But there's a way around you may find very useful and suitable for your specific case, and not only. iXpand flash drive Earlier this year, San Disk and ...


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It's meant for the Lightning to USB Camera Adapter for connecting a camera to your iOS device and importing photos. It's only supposed to appear when the camera adapter is connected.



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