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To do so, you can create Smart Albums These can be set to filter based on filetype. You can set as many of these as you wish, and even modify existing ones. In Photos go to File > New Smart Album or ⌘+⌥+N Then you can set your filter criteria in several ways. See the attached screenshot illustrating a PNG filter. UPDATE: If you choose to use the ...


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I'll try to answer your inquiries based on my experience. In iOS, to be able to save an image from the Photo Stream (PS), you need to tap an image and select the Save Image action to make a copy of that image to the Camera Roll. That may be a bug in iOS/OS X, I'm not sure, but that also happens to me especially with the most recent photos I took. But ...


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Deleting the App doesn't delete the Library, you need to do that separately. Default location is at: ~/Pictures/iPhoto Library Note: The "~" (tilde), in the pathname above, is your Home Folder.


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No. You'd have to set up your iCloud account on their devices as the main account to use for pics, find my iPhone, backups, etc, and then set up their iCloud account as a secondary for email, notes, mail, and iMessage and FaceTime. Unfortunately that's the only way.


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As Tetsujin said, I agree that we cannot help much with the information provided. But I'd be surprised if they were gone (reasoning at end). However I will make an assumption that you have a photo library in /Users/username/Pictures/Photos in Library.photoslibrary I would right click on the "Photos in Library.photoslibrary" file - select "show package ...


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The shortcut to delete files in Finder is usually Cmd+Del. And in other apps it is usually just Del.


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OS X (10.10) Yosemite's Photos app stores all photos in its own library. You can find this library in your «Pictures» folder (/Users/USERNAME/Pictures/Photos Library). So any image that is imported is stored in that library (unless you have specified otherwise in the Photos app's preferences).  has made a nice «Get started» page you should take a look ...


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I think that the 4,372 photos are all of your photos, as opposed to just photos to be synced. In other words, around 500 photos of those photos have already been synced to your iPad.


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Photos has migrated the iPhoto library to the Photos library. Photos no longer reads from or writes to the iPhoto library. You only need to back up the Photos library. Providing you have no referenced masters in the iPhoto library, it's fine to delete. Keep a backup of it for a while in case anything doesn't work. You can copy all your referenced masters ...


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I have been using iMazing (on the Mac) and FileApp (on the iPhone) which make it very simple, and you can just drag and drop your files back and forth. I am also currently trying Infinit which works really well and is free.


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This is another approach: Open Photos and go to the photo you want. Right mouse click and choose Get info. Here you can copy the photo's file name Click on the Magnifying glass icon on the top right corner of the screen. Paste the photo file name there. Maybe you have to wait some seconds, then Double click "Show All in Finder" in the search dialog.


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When Photos.app starts, hold an Option Key ( ⌥ ). You will get a libraries manager. When you select Create New... and save library, Photos will open a empty window and it is ready to use.


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Try using Video Slimmer app in app store.. This app lets you to shrink video files filmed on your iOS device to smaller file size while keeping good video quality. With just several taps, you will greatly save the precious space on iPhone iPad or iPod.


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Try Microsoft Essentials Photo Gallery The iPhone's folder hierarchy was never meant to be human-readable.


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If you didn't back up the photos, they're gone, sadly. If you connected the iPod to the computer, iTunes may have backed them up without you realizing it, So check there first. If you enabled iPod backups, you can send iPod on any other device and manage the storage to see if the iPod has a backup. If so, you can restore that back up on to pretty much any ...


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When you choose to export from Photo (File>Export), choose TIFF, 16-bit and you should get a full quality, uncompressed, but edited image out of Photo. This is what the settings in the export dialog box will look like: The reason you haven't found the folder with the edits are that image editing programs such as Photo or Adobe Lightroom perform ...


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Yes - software does have bugs from time to time. It also could be you unintentionally did it or that another device is signed into your iCloud and entered that photo intentionally.


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After contacting AppleCare, it seemed I had a database error. The problem was forwarded to the iCloud engineers and has now been fixed.


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iCloud Photo Library with "Optimize device storage enabled" will make a copy of your full resolution photos and videos, and will leave a small copy on your device, if storage space is needed. It will not remove them but it will sync changes made in all connected devices (deletes, edits, albums).


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While the correct answer above notes that this may save space on Your hard disk but I believe I am finding that it still DOUBLES the space on your backup server... and I believe this includes time machine backups. I have a 1 terabyte OS drive which has 200+GB full. After my upgrade to 10.10 (and photos), I whacked my time machine backup so that I could ...



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