Tag Info

Hot answers tagged

8

Press and hold anywhere on the text area. A contextual menu will appear. If there is no text on the message, the option to the right will say "Insert Photo or Video". If there is text, the options will be "Select", "Select all", "Paste" and an arrow. Clicking the arrow will show "Insert Photo or Video" Click on it and select the Photo or Video you ...


5

My first thought was that ImageMagick is bound to have something for this, and indeed it does. You could run something like this find . -name "*.JPG" -exec identify {} \; | grep Corrupt where you can replace . with your directory of choice (it will descend recursively) to check each file or image with ImageMagick's identify command. Grepping for 'Corrupt' ...


2

Go to Settings > General > Date & Time Untoggle "Set Automatically" Manually set the date a year or two in the past Open "Photos" Select "Albums" If, like me, you had already cleared out everything from the Camera Roll and "Recently Deleted" folder, you'll smile to see that your "Recently Deleted" folder now has thousands of images back. Those are your ...


2

Connect your phone. Open Image Capture from your Applications folder. In the bottom-left corner of the Image Capture window, select "Preview" where it says "Connecting this iPhone opens:" Repeat while your Nikon SD card is connected.


2

According to Apple's RAW format support page, Sony Alpha ILCE-6000 support was added in Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update 5.06 released in August 2014. This update requires a minimum of OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.5 with iPhoto version 9.4.3 or later. I recommend upgrading to the latest OS X version supported by your Mac.


1

There are companies out there, although I can't recommend any that claim to be able to recover data off broken iPhones, I've not tried them, the iPhone doesn't have a hard drive, the whole device is on a single computer circuit board, it's going to destroy the phone trying to get it repaired. Data recovery is expensive, and once your phone has been modified ...


1

There's an indirect way of copying those photos into the desired album. That's by dragging that folder into photos.app as usual, then opening Last Import album to select those photos and adding them to the desired album ('+' button > Album).


1

Do you have a backup of the phone on your computer? If there's no backup, the photos are not in iCloud nor synced with another device/computer, & the photos have been deleted from your phone, you would appear to be out of options.


1

I can't be sure if this will be any better than the methods you've tried, but you could see if something like 'Phone Disk' (see https://www.macroplant.com/phonedisk/) would work for you. Unfortunately this one seems to have been discontinued now, but the company has a more recent product that apparently does the same thing. Basically it mounts your iPhone as ...


1

The Photos.app stores all the photos in a file called Photos Library.photoslibrary which is located in the Pictures folder in your user directory. If it's only one image, you can find where the image was originally from by right clicking it and selecting Show Referenced File in Finder You are also able to export them directly in the app by selecting File ...


1

I suspect you have run out of space on your phone. While you may have 494GB of space available in iCloud, your phone needs a place to put them before they can be uploaded. Try deleting some existing photos, videos, music, or apps to free up some space on your device.


1

If you've "upgraded" to the Photo app from iPhoto or Aperture, your photos would have been imported as hard links. Basically this means that each photo is represented by both programmes and deleting from just one has no effect on the actual photo file. You'd need to delete from both. Check to see if you have another album in your Pictures folder (or other ...


1

This makes use of the Exif info stored within the JPEG image file, some of which is indexed by Spotlight, however see the Notes: section below. Here is a simple sample bash script to preform an action on any JPEG image files found in the working directory that was taken on a iPhone. Copy and paste the code below into a plan text file, without an extension, ...


1

Ok, I believe it takes up double space. I just deleted my iPhoto Library.migratedphotolibrary which was about 90gig of space. HD went from having 220gig of free space to having now 316gig. So I freed up about 90gig of space. Plus when I went to empty the trash folder it took a few minutes.


1

It seems like you might need to open the Photos app, and within Preferences choose "Use as System Photo Library"... Source: https://discussions.apple.com/message/28138885#28138885 However if this doesn't work it would suggest something on your Mac isn't setup right and you should try backing up your data and reinstalling by following these instructions.


1

You can, by going to iCloud.com/#photos. Once there: Click 'Select Photos' to go into selection mode Select a photo Shift-click another photo, to select the range between the first selection and your last selection (just like in Windows/OS X, you can use Shift or Cmd/Ctrl to choose exactly what you like). Click 'Download' at the top blue bar.


1

The only way that I have been able to delete photos that didn't have the trash can icon is with an app called Cleen. Available from the Apple app store. I don't remember if it was free or not. Once downloaded, pull the app up and you will see all your photo albums listed. Click on the album that contains the photos you want to delete, which is probably ...


1

If you want to see the capture time on an image, select it and press ⌘ cmd+i or go to Window > Info to see the Info Pane. If you want to change that information, select the image you want to correct and then at the top menu select Image > Adjust Date and Time This menu will appear that lets you adjust said information. Source and more info


1

I don't think there is a solution to your problem in the way you've asked: However you could download and delete all the photos off your phone into iPhoto on your Mac, then create an album of photos/videos you want to put back on the phone and sync that back using iTunes.



Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible