Features a velcro foam padding layer for bump and shock absorption and protection of your computer from accidental scratches. Vourious pockets are perfect for storage of many small items such as phone, wallet, power adapters, cables,and notepads and so on. Whether you want to add pictures to Photos app from a folder on your Mac, somewhere else in the file system, or an external drive, we’ve got you covered. This tutorial is primarily aimed at importing image files directly into Photos app in OS X, but if you’d like to move an iPhoto library or Aperture library into Photos app, another guide covers that with a different migration process. Perhaps the easiest option to bring new pictures into the Photos app in OS X is to simply use the File menu Import option. The pictures will be imported quickly into the open library and automatically arranged by their date as determined by the images EXIF data.
The drag and drop methods work with individual image files, many image files, importing a group of selected pictures, or even entire folders of images. With digital cameras and memory cards, you’ll find that Photos app opens automatically by default when a camera is connected to the Mac, while you can turn this off if desired, it does make importing pictures from cameras, memory cards, and iOS devices into Photos app extremely easy as detailed here, which makes it a good feature to leave on for many Mac users. If you’re bringing in pictures from a folder on your Mac, Photos app will make a copy of the imported files, which may or may not be desired depending on your preferences.
If you have imported a very large library of pictures but thumbnails are not displaying properly, you can repair the Photos library to resolve that issue and many other common problems with Photos app. Now that you know many image import methods for Photos app, do you have any other tricks, questions, or comments about Photos app? I don’t use Photos in the iCloud because I have way too many photos so the storage cost would be expensive. That said, my iPhone photos go into PhotoStream and so they appear in Photos when I open it. My understanding is that when I open Photos, it imports all my PhotoStream photos, and next time I do so, if any have been deleted, it’s OK, because they remain in Photos. That seems to suggest to me that I need to open Photos every month or so, to ensure that all my PhotoStream photos get imported, otherwise some will get lost eventually, since PhotoStream has a 1,000 photo limit. Am I getting the maximum resolution I can via PhotoStream import, or am I missing something. I have 3 libraries and can’t figure out what is what and what is actually used by Photos now.


Use the 3rd party application iPhoto Library Manager to merge the 3 iPhoto libraries into a single library prior to importing into Photos or Lightroom or whatever. Lots of questions and issues here with saving photos, but does anyone have a real fix for Transferring photos and videos so you can free up memory on iPhone? From the Photos app in OS X, how do you open an image in an external photo editor such as PS or PS Elements? The feature of external editing, which was done so well from within iPhoto is no longer available with Photos. The first revision of Photos will reportably support plug-ins which supposedly will allow Adobe or others to provide this feature. The result is that I can’t see my photos listed by order of name anymore on the iPod Touch 5G. You know, it took some groundwork, like grouping corresponding photos together, putting them into right folders etc.
This is a Apple Script Folder Action for autoimport to photos.app the pictures of a folder. With the new Photos app, I can’t select the destination folder that my photos are imported to. Let me get this straight, when you import photos into Photos, it makes a copy of all the files???
I’ve just been looking for a way to view my photos in OS X, paging through photos from a vacation. You can use this to access any image files contained within the file system of OS X, whether the pictures are in a folder or several, on an external hard drive, a mounted memory card, or anything else accessible by the Mac Finder.
The actual importation process is practically identical to approaches outlined above, you just select the pictures you want and import them, and it’s done! Subscribe to the OSXDaily newsletter to get more of our great Apple tips, tricks, and important news delivered to your inbox!
I’m pretty sure this generation of children will grow up with a lot of lost media images due to OS upgrade failures (causing a complete loss of media) and lost or damaged hard drives. In addition, if you could answer how importing from a camera works with photostream, that would be very helpful.
My photos are now stored on my NAS(es), and from there, they are being synced to my Flickr account automatically.


All I want to do is connect the camera to USB get a finder window and copy the camera files where I want to put them. Is there a way to have Apple recognize the physically connected Android smartphone for import just as easily as it does it’s own iPhones? I have also used Picasa in the past and it imported photos without making an extra copy, but it’s being phased out. For most users, it’s best to maintain a single library, though multiple photo libraries is quite helpful for users who want to have a separate private image library, or separation between a work image library and their personal pictures, or other such use cases. Jony Ive says that having things look like what they are is bad design (either that or he can’t draw), so the Photos icon has been replaced with an abstract Photos symbol. Tried to fix this by using a View selection, but they don’t even give you the choice anymore. I thought I would use the photosync app to move the album to my devices later, so I could show them to friends. It avoids looking like what it is (skeuomorphism) by cleverly resembling a gadget that you’d use at Home Depot to choose a paint color.
I upload to Flickr, Amazon prime photo app, and shutterfly but surely this has to have an easier fix? Well, they ended up in my photostream, which is great for the devices but means they duplicated in photos app without the tagging.
I have to select all, hit open with Preview, and then I can page down with ctrl-down arrow, and it is really slow. Similarly, you tap on the valentine for the Health app and the toy balloons for the Game Center. These are stored on my NAS and I don’t want to kill my space on my laptop with a copy.



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