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  • When you open the app for the first time, you will be asked to set a password. In the top menu bar, click the app's icon and choose Open Main Window. In the main window, click the Add App icon in the toolbar. To lock Photos or iPhoto on Mac, select the app and click Add. In Step 5, you can also select other apps that you want to protect with.
  • Now Apple has come out with its new Photo application for MAC, and there is no way to select the new 'Photo' application when using the 'Windows Phone' application. I must manually update my old iPhoto app to sync my phones photos. New photos are going to the new Photo app, and not to iPhoto.

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Hi everyone
I have downloaded the new 'Photos' app ( replacing i photo) on my Mac
How do you make Photoshop ( in my case PSE 13 ) the default editor?
I had it set up with i photo , when I clicked edit it took the photo to PSE 13 automatically
Thanks for your help

You can't set anything for an external editor in Photos, at least not in the current version.
(you would have to export the image out of Photos before you can edit it in pse 13)
Your sure you don't still have iPhoto in your Applications folder?
If you do, you can still use it.

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  • I do not see my shared albums on the new Photos app for iMacs. Where can you find them as my shared tab just says start sharing but doesn't display the previous shared albums I create on the the old iPhoto app.

    Did you reboot the router too?

  • I just blindly accepted Photos as an upgrade from iPhoto. Now, I cannot figure out how to export my photos to Shutterfly (this is both my backup method for saving photos and also how I send albums to family/friends).

    Go to the App Store and check out the Purchases List. If iPhoto is there then it will be v9.6.1
    If it is there, then drag your existing iPhoto app (not the library, just the app) to the trash
    Install the App from the App Store.
    Sometimes iPhoto is not visible on the Purchases List. it may be hidden. See this article for details on how to unhide it.
    One question often asked: Will I lose my Photos if I reinstall?
    iPhoto the application and the iPhoto Library are two different parts of the iPhoto programme. So, reinstalling the app should not affect the Library. BUT you should always have a back up before doing this kind of work. Always.

  • Ever since i've bought my macbook pro i used iPhoto to organize my photos. Now apple added this new photos app and i don't really understand what is it meant for? can someone please explain me the difference? I'm very confused about the purposes of both apps..

    Now apple added this new photos app and i don't really understand what is it meant for? can someone please explain me the difference? I'm very confused about the purposes of both apps..
    Photos is a completely new designed photo application, designed for Yosemite and the MacOS X versions to come. Many differences are under the hood. It uses the new system libraries and frameworks for more efficient image processing on the new powerful macs, like the mac pro, it is extensible by app extensions, if other developers will add functionality, and most important, it brings integration with iCloud Photo Library. With Photos you can store your photo library in iCloud and sync it across all devices.
    Some features are still missing however, and you can continue to use iPhoto, if you like. Or create a small Photos library for testing and explore Photos, while keeping your main libraries in iPhoto.

  • I now own Lightroom CC and I have upgraded my Mac to the OS with the Photos app. So I no longer can use iPhoto or Aperture. How do I open 'Photos' under the Pictures heading to pull the data for all my photos into Lightroom? I can't make a copy (as has been recommended) because I have too many photos.

    The new Photos app does not work in the same way as iPhoto and can't be used to edit photos in external applications. If you have not removed iPhoto you should be able to use the built-in plug-in from LR CC. Alternatively export versions from iPhoto to the desktop or named folders in Finder. Then import the versions into LR using 'Add'

  • I am not sure why but hundreds of my photos have the wrong location stored for them. Is there any easy way to change them in the new Photos app for mac?

    You can't at the present time. There's no such capability in the current version of Photos.
    Tell Apple what additional features you want in Photos via both and since they don't have a feedback page for Photos as yet.

  • I have downloaded 1010.3 twice (2+gig each). The update window shows the 10.10.3 update has been installed, however, 'About this Mac' shows 10.10.2 installed and I don't have the new 'photo' app installed. Once more, the quality of Apple software approaches that of Microsoft - letting the user debug instead of delivering the quality that used to be Apple.
    How do I activate the downloaded update.

    There may well be a problem with the update package. I initially tried downloading the delta update (not the combo) from the Apple Support web site, and when I opened the package file, the installer ran but terminated almost immediately. I restarted and only got the normal reboot process, not the 'Installing software' display. After restarting, I saw some evidence that the firmware updater was cleaning up some files, but nothing else appeared to have happened except that the 1.5Gb package file and a couple small subsidiary files had been left under /Library/Updates/_ManualUpdate.
    I tried running the command line softwareupdate tool to see if it would recognize the already-downloaded package file (which is something you might also want to try before downloading again just in case it works), but no such luck. I then relented and used App Store, and that downloaded again and then performed the update successfully.
    Of course, then I had to horse around with turning off all the 'photos in the cloud' nonsense, but that's another story.

  • I saw there were updates for my mac at the app store so without looking just did the update. Took forever and now I find that I photo has gone and I have a new Photos app. I have been trying to open it and for the last hour it just says 'preparing library 1% complete'. It is not progressing and I can't shut it. Nothing is happening and I am really worried that all my hundreds of very precious photos have disappeared.
    Can anyone give me some reassurance on this.
    <Edited by Host>

    Your photos are likely fine, however are you saying your updated your computer and do not back it up regularly? If so then you photo library is not only likely fine it also has a backup. If you have not been backing up, you should begin doing this regularly. Sooner or later without a backup plan you will lose precious data. Apple has included Time Machine in OS X for about 7 years so there is absolutely no reason to not be backing up.
    So take a deep breath, relax and let Photo's do it's thing and then learn how to use the app.
    Finally, giving idle threats to Apple serves no value. I have asked the moderator to remove that portion of your post as it is off topic and violates the Terms of Use you agreed to.

  • i tried to use and understand the new photos app for mac, and found that my photo stream folder is continuously hide (I didn't set my photos in the app to store to iCloud library), i don't know if this is a bug or something, the only way to fix the problem is to go to preferences and uncheck and recheck the photostream
    anyone has the same problem? or how to fix this problem permanently?

    At that size, what copied over is just the reference to the video file, not the video itself. Some suggestions:
    1. In iPhoto, select the video, then in the File menu select Reveal in Finder. If this finds the original file, add it manually to Photos.
    2. Perform a Spotlight search for the video file title/name. If found, move to Photos.
    3. If you imported or modified the files in iMovie, launch it and find/export the originals from there.

  • the new photo app keeps making my computer crash how do i fix this!

    What exactly happens when it crashes? Any error message?

  • My iMac did install new yosemite 10.10.3 telling me that new Photo app was 'best ever' but now I can't open old iPhoto library because it was in old format of iPhoto library and the iPhoto app was now unusable because new Photo app. Can you help me!!??

    and the iPhoto app was now unusable because new Photo app. Can you help me!!??
    Which version of iPhoto do you have installed? With Yosemite, MacOS X 10.10.3, you need to update iPhoto to version 9.6.1. Only that version is fully compatible.
    Apple stopped selling iPhoto, but anyone who bought iPhoto from the AppStore or updated it to a version sold at the App Store (iPhoto 9.4.5 or later) will be able to reinstall from the App Store by downloading from the Purchases tab.
    If you have any version of iPhoto, that has been updated from the AppStore and is associated with your Apple ID, try to reinstall from the 'Purchases' page.
    Unhide iPhoto, if it is hidden on your Purchases page (See this link: Mac App Store: Hiding and unhiding purchases)
    Trash the incompatible iPhoto version, but don't empty the Trash.
    Reload your Purchases page at the App Store with ⌘R
    Then download from that page.
    The step 'Trash the incompatible iPhoto version, but don't empty the Trash.' must not be skipped. If Spotlight sees a version of iPhoto installed, the AppStore will try to update instead of reinstall, which does not work.

  • I find the recent way ios/Photos handles photos quite confusing. I am not too concerned about not having a Camera Roll, but seeing how not having this creates strange behavior when editing/deleting photos, I can see how the Camera Roll is definitely necessary or the whole thing needs revamped to handle things better.
    Here's my set up:
    iMac with iPhoto
    iPhone 5s with the new Photos app
    iPad Mini with the new Photos app
    The one things I DO like is that whenever I take a photo (or upload in the case of my iMac), the photo is duplicated across all devices. That means I could take a photo on my iPhone and then edit it on my iPad Mini which has a bigger screen. (Well, so I thought.but read below.) Yes, you could do this with Photo Stream, but having all photos in one place is a bit easier to remember and find. I also like that when I delete the photo on the device that I took it on, all photos on the other two devices are also deleted. Easy. Thanks.
    But that is where the ease of use ends.
    If I delete the photo on any other two devices (i.e. the devices that I did NOT take the photo on), it only deletes on the devices which I didn't take the photo on. In other words, it leaves the photo on the device which I originally took the photo on.
    To add to the confusion.. if I edit the original photo, the edits do not get duplicated to the other devices! I see the original photo on the devices with which I did NOT take the photo but the edited one is on the original device I took it on.
    Let's add even MORE confusion..if I want to edit the photo on a device it was not taken on, I then get a notice that it has to be Duplicated before I can edit it. Well, okay, I do that and then edit it. However, I now have the original showing up twice on the device it was originally taken on..the original photo and the now duplicated photo--it's the EXACT same photo since no edits get carried over from the other device.
    I believe all of this is because of what happened when ios 9 combined the functions of the Camera Roll and Photo Stream together. It exhibits both behaviors but since you cannot be sure which photo was taken on which device, you have less understanding what will happen when you try to delete a photo or edit it.
    Here's the key headache..What happens if I want to make sure a photo is deleted from ALL my devices and I don't remember which device I took the photo on? I will have to check every device just to be sure! I can't even open up iPhoto on my Mac and delete it from the Photo Stream album because it will remain on the original device. So, I have to check all devices and also iPhoto on my Mac for good measure in case I actually uploaded a photo there--which I do since I am scanning in old photos.
    Key headache end up with duplicates of the photo if you edit the photo on any device on which it was not taken on. You also get different versions of the photo. You end up not knowing which photo was the original. To be sure to have all edited photos eventually on you iMac, you'll need to sync all devices physically to iPhoto.
    Who has time to track all this?
    What should happen is this..all of the photos, including their edits, should sync exactly on all devices. My Recently Added should look exactly the same across all devices and carry over any that is what I would call Continuity and Handoff! But as it stands, we don't have anything close to more like Pandemonium and MixUp!
    This is really a mess and way too confusing to keep track of. I can only hope this get resolved when Photos on the Mac is released.

    Go to the App Store and check out the Purchases List. If iPhoto is there then it will be v9.6.1
    If it is there, then drag your existing iPhoto app (not the library, just the app) to the trash
    Install the App from the App Store.
    Sometimes iPhoto is not visible on the Purchases List. it may be hidden. See this article for details on how to unhide it.
    One question often asked: Will I lose my Photos if I reinstall?
    iPhoto the application and the iPhoto Library are two different parts of the iPhoto programme. So, reinstalling the app should not affect the Library. BUT you should always have a back up before doing this kind of work. Always.

  • I've been pulling my hair out over the last week or so with the new Photo's in the iCloud and how the online database won't sync properly.
    This is how I went about the upgrade.
    I have a Mac Mini which has been for the past several years drawing down my family's photo's and video etc from all out devices using iPhoto. This has worked very nicely. I've been adding pictures from my stream into albums etc with about 200 or so. All files are stored locally of course in organized folder which is then back up on to a external drive.
    After the latest update I opened the new Photo app and it started to convert my library over and started to upload all the photos, some 15000 pictures and a few hundred videos. I started to check my iPad and iPhone which is where I started to see problems, missing albums, missing photos, duplicates etc. Before anyone asks I emptied my trash in iPhoto before I updated as I had read about the new app pulling all the photos from trash in too.
    After several days of stopping and starting my iPhone and iPad looked like it should with my albums and the correct amount of files. I checked the online iCloud Photos through my browser which also match, but I had all the old iPhoto months and daily libraries still showing despite me organizing my libraries not to group the photos in these old style albums.
    At this point I also looked back on my Mac Mini to find that all the libraries had totally disappeared and there seemed to be a couple of thousand files missing, ie my ipad, iphone and online coun which is at something like 15,634 files and the Mac Mini Photo app was showing about 13,450. Plus, it was now saying uploading some 24,000 files but was in fact doing nothing.
    At this point I decided to turn my main iMac on and see if I could get the databases to pull down from the iCloud to see if it matched. Three days later it's stuck at some 3200 files and saying it's still adding 15,000 files. I then went back on to my Mac Mini and started a fresh version of Photo and it's now stuck in the same state as the iMac saying it's adding file but nothing is changing.
    Please help.

    How did you import the photos?
    Are the missing photos perhaps referenced? Then they cannot upload to iCloud.
    You can check with a smart album, if you have any photos in the library, that cannot upload to iCloud.

  • In the past, when I took a photo on my iPhone, within moments it would show up on Aperture on my iMac in the iCloud tab. This is not happening on the new Photos app on my iMac using the latest OS.
    In fact, there is not an 'iCloud' stream area within the Photos app. Also, under iCloud system preferences, I have selected 'iCloud Photo Library, My Photo Stream, and iCloud Photo Sharing.'
    Not sure what I'm doing wrong here.

    Same problem.
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    Same whether iPhoto is open or closed before USB is connected.
    Same whether iPhone is on or off when USB is connected.
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    Relaunching iPhoto did not help.
    Rebooting Mac did not help.
    OS 10.8.5
    iPhoto '11 9.4.3
    IOS 7.0.2

  • iCloud shared photo stream stopped working since the last OX update with the new photo app. I don't have access anymore to the sharing albums, even those that I own

    iCloud shared photo stream stopped working since the last OX update with the new photo app. I don't have access anymore to the sharing albums, even those that I own
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    Are you signed in with the same Apple ID that you used with iCloud before? And are you currently browsing the System Photos Library? Only one Photos library, enabled as the System Photos library can sync with iCloud.
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Before following any of these steps, it's a good idea to create a backup of your photo library, even if you use iCloud Photos. You can use Time Machine, use a third-party backup solution, or copy the library to an external drive. By default, your photo library is stored in the Pictures folder within your home folder.

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Photos is part of the Mac operating system. You can avoid or fix many issues by running the most up-to-date version of macOS. Learn more about updating the software on your Mac.

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If the Media Browser isn't showing your photos and videos

Use the Media Browser to make images from your photo library available in other apps, like Pages and iMovie. The Media Browser shows only the contents of the Photos library designated as the System Photo Library. If you have more than one Photos library—and the one you're using isn't set as the System Photo Library—the Media Browser won't show its contents.

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