Talking to Apple Support, they said the only thing they could come up with was to delete my Faces database. That hurts -- it involved deleting 116 people covering 170,000 photos. All of my devices are still "processing" after several days, but I've been adding many faces back in the time being.
One helpful comment from Apple Support was to make sure to ...
At the bottom of the iPhone photos app, in photos tab, see if the photos has been synced. Also in iCloud.com, Please check and confirm if the photos has been uploaded.
Maybe other uploads are jamming the networks. As mentioned in the comments, Quicktime files are doing so
Photos People syncing was added in macOS 10.13 High Sierra.
Note: If you use iCloud Photos, the people identified in your photos are synced across your devices.
According to this Support article from 2016 the answer depends on how you sync:
If you import photos from an iOS device to Photos over USB, the favorite status will not sync (!)
If you use iCloud Photo Library to sync across devices the favorite status will sync.
Source: Apple Support - Q: iOS Photos to OSX Photos favorites sync
FWIW this is totally ...
Don't know if this still is an issue, but here's a fix that worked for me..
KEEP IN MIND: Although the screenshots are in Danish, the instructions below are in English, and the placement of the marked settings are the same in both English and Danish running iOS 12.2.
Hope This helps :-)
Go to "Settings" in your iPhone. Scroll down until you find "Photos". ...
When using "Import from iPhone" (same for "Import from iPad"), the captured photo is never saved on the iDevice nor is it saved somewhere on the Mac, say, in the Photos.app.It only exists in the document you captured into.
To get the image, select the image in Pages, go to the Image tab in the Format sidebar, then drag the image icon or image title above ...
Your iphone name may have an apostrophe (')in it and windows does not like them in a file path. You can try changing the name of your iphone from "Torben's iphone" to "Torben iphone" in the iphone general:about:name settigns. Then connect to your computer again and try the copy.
The same thing happens with wifi hotspots- see this article for an example:
The Joe Friday Answer:
The picture was never recorded on your iPhone. That's the way the "Import" and Insert features work in Pages.
You can get your picture from the Pages document easily:
Open the document in the Preview app
control-click on the picture, then select Share, Add to Photos. From there, you can export if you wish.
The Long Answer:
As I ...
Assuming your directory is correct, you have the following folders to move off the drive or to thin out:
558 GB photos library
67 GB Windows 7 disk image and files
If you have a good backup, you should be able to simply copy those to an external drive, train them and see that all the space you expect is freed.
The virtual windows files runs great on an ...
Is it merely a matter of going into System Preferences → iCloud → and ticking the Photos box?
If it is, I’m guessing I must have the external hard drive (where the Photos library it) connected when I do it, and must be ready to leave it connected for a while (maybe overnight) while it syncs with iCloud?
Yes, on iPhones, Camera Roll includes all photos, live photos, videos, screenshots, slo-mos and timelapses you have on your phone, even if some or all of them are in albums. You can plug your phone into your computer and copy your photos from the storage device that appears in your operating system's native file manager. You can also make a backup of your ...
A simple approach would be to use Shared Albums. Create a shared album for the source Apple ID and share it with the destination Apple ID.
On the destination, export the photos to save a local copy. Once exported, you can unshare/delete the shared album at source end.
Firstly, you should completely Quit photos. The scanning service will run in the background even if the app is closed.
Secondly, when you go to the People tab, is there a button to see the (incomplete) People album? This might give you better insight into its progress.
The photo library file on disk is actually a directory and you can descend into the directory. Finder normally wont do this because it knows it is a special directory (you can right-click on it and pick 'Show Package Contents').
A better way to get more detailed info is to open the Terminal utility and use the command line:
cd ~/Pictures/GKJones\ Fam\ ...
I assume Photos is reporting the total size of all the pictures (and just the pictures). This is sort of confirmed by selecting all the photos in the library and then using Get Info: this shows the same size as selecting the library.
Finder is showing the actual size of the library file on disk. This file contains all the photos but also a lot of other "...