Consolidating photos mac
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so decided to move my near 15,000 photos into a separate usb drive (easier to copy, store and back up the photos) and on Aperture of course had to set them as ‘referenced’….The comment thread for this article is really sobering and a little scary.People are having all kinds of weird problems going from i Photo to Photos, much less when i Cloud is involved. Elements’ then on getting a Macbook Pro decided to get Aperture (it seems logical as pro’s use it as well) just before Apple reduced its price to one third..8) Make sure the option to Download Originals to this Mac is selected.
9) Photos will start the upload process to i Cloud. It took a few minutes to figure out how to consolidate. command is dimmed until photos are selected, and I tried selecting the “All Photos” album under the Albums tab, but when I did it said there were no images to consolidate. Note it does say “copy the original files” not “move”, so they'll still be accessible by the Aperture library.