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I'd go for the 'not quite cave-man' approach - though still a bit manual... Launch Image Capture. Plug in iDevice Select any/all photos you wish to delete The Delete button is at the bottom of the window [the 'no-entry sign] Hope they fix it before they come out of beta.


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I'm using OS/X Yosemite Public Beta. The delete functionality does work out of Image Capture, but the control is not in the menu toolbar. The delete icon on the bottom of the window works (red circle with slash).


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You can use Photo Gallery [freeware - part of Microsoft Essentials] to import pictures from an iPhone/Pad to a Windows PC. To import photos from a camera, phone or other device, CD, or DVD Make sure that your device is turned on and connected to your PC, or that the disc is inserted into your PC's CD or DVD drive. Open Photo Gallery. Click ...


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You can download all Google+ photos in one go using Google Takeout.


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Google+ Auto Backup for MAC. I have been running it on my MAC with current OS and it works well.


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I'm doing that with Phoshare. I'm using automator for running an apple script when my iMac starts. This script calls phoshare to sync my events with the NAS. The apple script look like: cd /Applications/Phoshare-1.5.2.app/Contents/MacOS ./Phoshare \ --export "/Volumes/photo/2015" \ --iphoto "/Users/toto/Pictures/iPhoto Library.photolibrary" \ -e ...


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There are three current components to Apple's online photos. iCloud Photo Library (Beta) My Photo Stream iCloud Photo Sharing I think from your wording you are referring to the smaller parts and not the entire Photo Library in the cloud. The photo stream FAQ is quite good: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201317 It mentions that you have a 30 day ...


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Assuming you didn’t delete your iPhoto Library, but just iPhoto Reinstall iPhoto from the Mac App Store [you did this, go to 2] Hold down the option key while opening iPhoto to select a different default library. The current default is the empty library. We want to track down your original library. Click “Choose library...” By default, your iPhoto Library ...


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Set the date of your phone a few months back. These phantom photos should show up in "Recently Deleted" section on iOS photos. Delete them from here and set the date back.


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I have found the solution to the problem. Quoting the solution from txforever from Apple forum. Im not sure why is this happening, but i just know how to get rid of the prob. It has something to do with the Recently Deleted folder in the iPhone. You need to change the date of the phone to earlier mayb a year earlier as in 2014. Then go into your ...


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Although annoying that its incorrectly reported, I would think that if it came to actually needing that space for other data, the phone should then overwrite the so called "Photo Library" and allow you to use that memory


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For those who already have it, or who would be willing to get it, Adobe Lightroom handles that with impressive ease. Import and open your photo, and toggle the "Metadata" panel on the right (typically under "Histogram") and scroll to the bottom. Next to "GPS" click the coordinates that are displayed. Drag the icon to the desired location.


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There is a app (there is always a app :) to do that, and it is free. Photo Investigator: View, Edit, Remove Metadata; GPS, EXIF... By Daniel Anderson https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/photo-investigator-view-edit/id571574618?mt=8


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I know I'm a bit late but I've just had this problem, but I have an easy fix (providing you have another iOS device capable of AirDrop. I selected all the photos from the iPhone that were synced from the computer (it did take a few minutes but it's self explanatory) and I sent them to my iPad via AirDrop - thus saving the photos onto the camera roll of my ...


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When you do this, you should get a dropdown selection box that has your various email addresses in it. You can choose in there. If your gmail doesn't show up there, then go to iPhoto in the menu, click Preferences, click Accounts, click the plus, click Email, click Add, click Gmail, and provide the relevant info.


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When your iOS device is using the iCloud photo storage option, you can delete all the photos using the web interface at https://icloud.com as opposed to using Image Capture. You can "delete" all the local copies of the photos by navigating to: Settings > iCloud > Photos Tap the iCloud Photo Library button and then tap "Remove from iPhone" which will ...


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The best way I have found is with the new Photos app. In Photos, go to the Import tab, then select the photos you want to import. This will create a new album with the date of the import. In the new album, press: cmd-A to select all cmd-shift-E to export > choose options export cmd-backspace to delete all note: do NOT choose a subfolder name unless ...


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Once you hit 'Send' you should then get an option sheet to decide what size… Try rebooting the phone. If no joy, then try Sync; backup; restore.


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Since iTunes is showing the photos on there, are you not perhaps syncing photos from your PC? Your screenshot shows you looking at your Camera Roll which is indeed empty, but if you tap the < Albums button (visible at the top of your screenshot), does it show any more albums? The other option, as @Tetsujin suggested, is that the photos are still in your ...


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You can find the solution on this link: How to import to Mac/Windows the iOS edited images without losing the changes ;-)


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I haven't used it yet, but apparently the new Photos app will continue the face detection or 'Faces' work they've had for some time in iPhoto and Aperture: http://www.cheatsheet.com/technology/how-apple-is-reinventing-iphoto-with-the-new-mac-photos-app.html/?a=viewall


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Software like PhoneView is able to extract information from backup files. There might be free alternatives, PhoneView is just the one I am familiar with.


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Here is a logical explanation for the problem and although, I can't guarantee, in this case it is the problem, I think there is a high probability. When you select to email a photo, after you tap send, you are prompted with sizing (compression) options like this: You can choose one of the options and as most things in life, everything has a trade off. ...


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Mac or PC? It makes a difference. Recently on the PC my wife was having a similar problem. The phone will sync everything in the pictures folder. So I created a sub folder called iPhone and set the sync in iTunes to only sync with that folder and not the whole pictures folder. Now she just has to move the pics she wants on the phone to that folder. On the ...


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Another way: Tip on each foto and save it to your Pictures Gallery. Open the Photos App, select them and send them by email. Delete the photos afterwards.


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If you visit the conversation in your iPhone/iPad in Messages, click on the 'Details' button in the upper right hand corner, scroll down to attachments, then press and hold one of the photos you'd like to transfer. Select "More" from the menu that appears. You should then see Apple's 'Select' arrows appear in the bottom of each attachment. From there, ...



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