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To free up space on my phone, while maintaining my favorites I do the following: Your "recently Deleted" folder stores items in the order that they were deleted. 1st: Go to favorites folder (or whatever folder that contains photos/videos that you want to keep) Select all and then press the trash (delete) icon. Those photos will now be in one group in the ...


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There are file browsing apps you can use. They will scan the whole file system on your phone and list all the photos on the device. iFunbox is the free one to do that though the user interface is a bit ugly.


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The only way to stop burst mode during timer photos is to turn the flash On. When the flash is On the camera will only take 1 picture. My recommendation is to provide feedback to Apple here and let them know how you feel about this limitation.


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I get duplicates for my RW2 files which seem "renamed" on the iOS devices. Other than that, normal JPG files don't seem duplicated. However, each time I make an edit to a file in Apple Photos, it re-uploades to Google Photos.


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Generally speaking photos are moved into the Photos Library.photoslibrary file located in your Pictures folder in your Home folder. This is a package file that contains the picture, thumbnails, metadata and changes you have made to picture imported into the Photos.app. Right or control click on the photos library file and select "Show package contents" to ...


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Go to youtube, search "One Weird Trick to Free Up Storage Space on iPhone", site under iTwe4kz. I searched for a while and finally found the solution in this guy's youtube channel, published Mar 28, 2016.


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When plugging your iPhone into your MacBook, in iTunes when accessing your phone, you should be able to select 'Photos' from the Settings tab on the left, then press Sync Photos, then choose the photo folder that you want to sync back into your iPhone. Then press Apply. Note: before choosing the folder, you need to create a separate folder containing all ...


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View > Hide Face Names View > Hide Face Names View > Hide Face Names View > Hide Face Names View > Hide Face Names


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You need to have an iCloud id just for photos - Login on both devices using a (perhaps new) iCloud id which your photos will 'live' in. Turn off mail, contacts, calendars and reminders and notes on both devices for this shared iCloud id. So from now on, to apple's iCloud servers, it appears both iPhones are owned by the same "person". After this, set up ...


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You can achieve this in two ways: Deactivating the "iCloud Photo Library", which links the photo libraries in every iOS / OS X device you own and have configured under the same Apple ID and automatically syncs every picture taken, added or removed to all the devices on the system. With the setting inactive, you can work in the "classic" way, by downloading ...


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You can try ArkMC app. It streams photos and pictures smoothly from external storages in your home Wi-Fi network to your TV. It was updated in February of 2016, so its latest version is rather new; it added a slideshow function.


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You can use iTunes to sync photos already imported into iPhoto, Aperture, Photos and Image Capture, as well as sync photos from a folder of images on your computer:


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Any USB file transfer application should do that. What works for me is using TDownloader [Free, appstore]. Go to iTunes (on your Mac) then click on your iPhone > Applications and scroll all the way down to "file transfer". Then, drag your photos to the application's folder and you're done. The only thing left would be to go to the App and save those ...


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The image files (the jpgs) exist only once but are hard linked into both libraries. As the Finder doesn't have an (easy) way to identify the hard linking, calculating folder size on ~/Pictures counts these files twice. Hard links work within one disk volume only, so if you copy data to a Cloud drive or to Windows, you will end up having two seperate files ...


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A second reboot fixed the problem...


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You'll have your original pictures without edits, if backing up just the "Masters" folder. From what I've seen, and depending on your configuration, this are some of the folders and educated guesses on what you will be losing: Database folder: Database info on Albums, faces, persons, and sharing history, keywords, places There seems to be information on ...


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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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If you are looking for an EXIF viewer on your Mac (which may show the location on a map or the actual GPS coordinates), I would suggest Image Exif Editor. If you look at the screenshots for this app, it clearly shows the GPS coordinates. If you are looking for something similar for your iPhone or iPad, I would recommend doing a search in the App Store using ...


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I was having the same problem. I do notice a (barely visible against light background) exclamation mark in a circle in the lower right corner of the photo, which indicates that my disk is full. (I'm using apple cloud storage.) So that could be it.


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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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This app does the trick. It will save files to the camera roll. You can turn off the movie rendering. IntervalCam - Create Timelapse Movies by TritheCat Studio https://appsto.re/us/RunTR.i


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You have to set up iCloud on your computer (requires Vista SP2 or higher), then turn on Photo Stream. You will only get photo stream photos from the last 30 days if you want to stream older photos to your computer, create a shared photo stream containing the older photos and invite yourself as a subscriber



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