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The version of your operating system is not important here. You need to be careful of the version of your iPhoto. Old iPhoto library can be updated by newer iPhotos. But newer iPhoto library cannot be opened by old iPhotos. So if your target mac has an up-to-date iPhoto, you can copy it directly.
use ibrowse its free and quite straight forward http://www.ibrowseapp.com/
Photos in both places will consume storage space on your device, since they are stored on your device regardless of location. To free the most amount of space, remove photos from both Photo Stream and your Camera Roll.
I use QuickShot for this. It uploads pictures that you take to Dropbox. There is an option for "Save to Library", giving control over whether the pictures taken with this app are also stored in the camera roll.
I can't reproduce your problem in Mavericks or Mountain Lion; if I add an image to the watched directory and start the screensaver, the new image appears; if I delete the image and restart the screensaver it disappears. So a logout/login cycle and/or restarting the Mac seems called for. But if those fail, I saw a similar issue some years ago that resulted ...
Okay. I've found it. The easiest alternative to getting the edits onto your PC, instead of emailing them to yourselves is to upload it to Flickr. Obviously, you'll need iOS7, as it has native Flickr integration. You can upload 10 photos at once which is far better than emailing. Moreover, if you're like me, who backups photos to a cloud, you can use ...
Must they be permanently (securely) deleted? If not, simply deleting them regularly should suffice. There's a delete option while viewing the picture. That's pretty slow though, so here's some faster options: There's an option in iPhoto (if you use that) to delete photos after transferring. If you're able to access the iPhone photos through another method ...
Plug in your iPhone to the computer without iTunes running Wait for a popup asking you what you want to do with the device Select "View Content" Find your photos through the folders that are displayed Copy in Windows as usual
Prior to a recent change, Apple's solution for this would be to ensure that iPhoto was running and you have configured iCloud to automatically import all photos into your library. Now that there is no limit to the number of photos, you just need to remain under the current upload limits to avoid having photos that are only on your device and not backed up ...
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