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  • Iphone 5s Photography transfer method

    Good morning everyone,

    I'm a newbie around this forum and im eager to learn from all the peeps at GDF. Cheers to everyone!
    Alright, so i want to transfer all my iphone photos to a external drive for organizing and curating (i take ALOT of photos).

    So:
    • Is there a way to transfer the photos with all the details embedded, such as date, place, etc?
    • If possibly, i wanted to be able to just plug my iphone and use the software to transfer the files to wichever devices i want (hard disk A, B, C, doesnt matter) and dont be stuck to a single device. For example, itunes makes us do the backups on the same folder right?
    • I work with win7 and Yosemite, so a program that would work on both systems would be awesome. (maybe it can even be done with itunes?)

    Thanks in advantage,
    fábio


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      Thank you for your warm, automated welcome. Ill give those links a good look.

      Cheers,

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      • #4
        When you transfer images off the phone, the data the phone has entered will go with them and is accessible through Photoshop or Lightroom if you need to edit it. It's stored as metadata in the File>File Info interface.That is, if you have the GPS turned on and the phone has the right date, both of which are kind of iffy on my phone. LOL. Programs like Adobe Bridge can utilize this data. How interactive that is, I've never really explored.

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          If you're looking for something more than a straight file-copy, Adobe Bridge is the app you want to use. It will work the same on both platforms, (and with the phone). Plus it will display all that metadata, and give you means to manage and filter by it.
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