To import iPhone pictures to Photos on macOS, follow the steps below:
1. Launch Photos app on macOS and connect your iPhone to MacBook, iMac, etc. via USB cable.
2. Tap 'Trust this Computer' on your iPhone when you receive a message.
3. Select photo items you wanna import to Photos for Mac. Or just choose 'Import All New Items'.
4. Pull your iPhone out of your Mac after the whole process is done.
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Note: if this is the first time for you to connect iPhone to Mac Photos app, please don't undo 'Open Photos for this device' option at the top menu. If you accidently undo this option, please disconnect your iPhone to Mac, shut down and reboot your iPhone. Then re-connect iPhone to Mac Photos app to import pictures again.
Video tutorial: Remove duplicate photos in Photos for Mac – PC Classes Online 'PowerPhotos was just what I needed Two features make it a must-have: merging multiple Photos libraries into one, and finding duplicate photos' – Bob Levitus, Houston Chronicle. Instead of filling shoeboxes full of pictures, consider organizing them with iPhoto on your MacBook. You can keep your entire collection of digital photographs and scanned images well-ordered and easily retrieved by using iPhoto’s Organize mode. Then you can display them in a slideshow, e-mail them, order prints online, print them to your printer, use them as desktop.
To export pictures from Photos app to Mac, do as following:
1. Choose the pictures you plan to export to macOS.
2. Click 'File' on the top toolbar of your MacBook/iMac > Tap 'Export' > Tick 'Export XX Photos'.
3. Select export image format (JPEG, TIFF, PNG), Info and File Naming > Click 'Export' button.
4. Open 'Finder' on MacBook, Mac Mini, iMac desktop to search and find the pictures you export.
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The ultimate toolbox for Photos on your Mac
PowerPhotos works with the built-in Photos app on your Mac, providing an array of tools to help you get your photo collection in order.
Create and manage multiple libraries
Instead of being limited to putting all your photos in a single library, PowerPhotos can work with multiple Photos libraries, giving you many more options for how to organize your ever growing photo collection.
Splitting your photos between multiple libraries helps Photos open more quickly, lets you archive older photos, store some of your collection on an external hard drive, and reduce storage space used by iCloud Photo Library.
Copy photos and their metadata
You can split your library by copying albums and photos with a simple drag and drop. PowerPhotos will take care of copying the photos and retaining their metadata, including keywords, descriptions, titles, dates, and favorite status. Read more about what PowerPhotos can copy.
Merge Photos libraries
Got a whole bunch of libraries you want to consolidate into one? PowerPhotos lets you merge your libraries together while weeding out duplicate photos in the process. You will be shown a preview of what your merged library will look like before any modifications are done, to ensure your merged library looks how you want.
Find duplicate photos
It's easy to have multiple copies of the same photo creep into your photo collection over time. Use PowerPhotos to find duplicate photos in one or more libraries, view them side by side, and separate them into albums where you can easily delete them from your library. Larry for mac.
Browse and search
Use PowerPhotos' image browser to quickly view your photos without having to open Photos itself. View detailed photo information using List View, and search for photos across all your libraries at once.
Migrate your iPhoto/Aperture libraries
If you have a lot of existing iPhoto or Aperture libraries that you want to migrate over to Photos, PowerPhotos will help automate your migrations so you don't have to spend time babysitting this lengthy process.
Links and reviews
'PowerPhotos is an extremely useful addition as an enhancement for any Photos user trying to perform tasksthat fall outside of Photos restricted purview.' – Macworld
Photos Manual For Mac
'PowerPhotos may lack the punch of its predecessor, [iPhoto Library Manager], but it’s indispensable for those making the transition to Photos.' – Mac Life
Video tutorial: Remove duplicate photos in Photos for Mac – PC Classes Online
Manage Photos On Mac
'PowerPhotos was just what I needed… Two features make it a must-have: merging multiple Photos libraries into one, and finding duplicate photos' – Bob Levitus, Houston Chronicle