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You can only transfer photos out of a device that were taken on the device or are otherwise in the Camera Roll. Photos synchronised to a device over iTunes are not able to be synchronised in reverse or otherwise taken from a device.


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Right now what I'm doing is emailing each photo to myself, that way I have the actual photo file in a non-locked-down format, and then syncing the iPhone to a new computer with 0 photos to clear the previous sync. I find this restriction from Apple rather backwards logic and not very user friendly. Why lock down photos? They aren't copyrighted MP3 files or ...


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The iPad/iPhone might be saving cache/meta data to the device (which helps it to loud images quicker). It will not show you this via the user interface. You can delete it by using iexplorer (which is awesome). Plug in your iPad/iPhone device Open the program (windows or Mac) Click on media The delete "PhotoData", "Photo StreamsData". You should only do ...


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Only photos taken with the iPad, copied onto it via the camera connection kit, or saved from emails/websites etc can be deleted directly on the iPad - either via the trashcan icon in the top right corner if viewing the photo in full screen, or via the icon of the box with the arrow coming out of it in thumbnail view. Photos that were synced from your ...


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I use iSweetIt, (www.isweetit.com), it is an app that you can use offline too, and has a lot of templates like phones and notebooks but also print and posters. It's fast and it works.


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At present, third party applications offer better access to photo metadata than the built-in Photos app on the iPhone. For example, Photo Investigator, can show you the specific GPS co-ordinates recorded in the picture's meta-data. Photos contain GPS data that's only as accurate as your phone's GPS system happened to be at the time the photo was shot. For ...


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in ios7: go to camera roll. in top right, choose 'select' select the photos you want to move by clicking them one after another. when done go to the bottom and click 'add to' then create a new album in bottom of list and they will be added.


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Exiftool is going to be the easiest way to do this. Here is a script that generates KML output for a list of images. You can modify this if you want a KML path, etc... #! /usr/bin/env python # -*- coding: utf-8 -*- """ Create a KML file based on exif data Requires exiftool to have been installed Usage: exif2kml.py *.jpg > output.kml """ import ...


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Were you able to get your pictures? If not try Iexplorer. It shows all content on the phone and you can easily export the entire library.


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After navigating to Settings > General > Usage as suggested by @dwightk at the top of the page you will see your Storage Available and Used. If your Storage Available is too low, you will not be able to take any more photos. Underneath this then is a list of all the storage space used by Apps, and how much each App uses. This list is sorted in descending ...


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AFAIK you can't use the adaptor/cable for this. Alternatively you can email the photos to an account configured on the iPad or install Dropbox on both devices and use this for syncing photos.



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