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Chaplin

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Photo management is impossible
« am: Februar 24, 2020, 20:08:38 »
I’m trying to manage my photos. It seems impossible. My iPhone says it has 3,300 photos. My iPad says it has 5,100 photos. Both share iCloud photos. There’s no way I have taken 2,000 additional photos on the iPad. I never take photos on the iPad. Where did the extra 2,000 photos come from?

The iPad and iPhone have completely different albums. Why don’t they share albums? If I move a photo to an album on the phone, do I have to do it again on the IPad?https://cnv.to/


If I look at photos in the cloud, there are no albums whatsoever, just a long list of undifferentiated photos in chronological order. So the cloud stores photos, but none of the groupings I create?

I thought I should use Photos on the iMac to archive photos from the phone. But managing this is a huge problem. You can’t even see dates when importing, never mind associations. So I go through 20 or 50 at a time, import them, display photos “in no album”, and then I have to assign them each to a NEW album all over again? This is insane.
« Letzte Änderung: Februar 24, 2020, 21:43:23 von Chaplin »

ramosweagant

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Re: Photo management is impossible
« Antwort #1 am: November 09, 2020, 10:22:41 »
why don't you upload all of them on the internet?


 

 
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