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15-Feb-2020 08:48

If you’ve been using the i Cloud Photo Library beta for i OS 8, you’ll be pretty familiar with how Photos for OS X works.

Rather than the old "My Photo Stream" feature, which pushed 1,000 photos (or 30 days worth of photos) across your Mac and i OS devices, everything you shoot on your i Phone will automatically get uploaded to i Cloud.

You basically get the same set of filters, controls, and effects you’ll find on i OS, and everything gets synced up the second it's done.

Also, the photos you have stored in your i Cloud Photo Library no longer feel tacked on the way the My Photo Stream feature did in i Photo and Aperture.

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Dedicated i Photo users should find plenty to like about the new OS X Photos app, though.

For more details on this, see our in-depth preview.

As mentioned before, this is a completely new app with changes to both its look and feel, and how you edit photos. Pretty much everything that is in i Photo can be found in Photos, but some things did not make the cut.

It’s worth noting that Photos for OS X obfuscates the file system even more than i Photo or Aperture do — once you import photos from your camera, it seems to be impossible to locate the original file in the Finder, even if you have Photos set to store the original, full-size images on your computer rather than only keep them in i Cloud.

Those who want to maintain absolute control over their images will probably want to save original files in Finder and then import the best shots into Photos for further work and sharing.

Dedicated i Photo users should find plenty to like about the new OS X Photos app, though.

For more details on this, see our in-depth preview.

As mentioned before, this is a completely new app with changes to both its look and feel, and how you edit photos. Pretty much everything that is in i Photo can be found in Photos, but some things did not make the cut.

It’s worth noting that Photos for OS X obfuscates the file system even more than i Photo or Aperture do — once you import photos from your camera, it seems to be impossible to locate the original file in the Finder, even if you have Photos set to store the original, full-size images on your computer rather than only keep them in i Cloud.

Those who want to maintain absolute control over their images will probably want to save original files in Finder and then import the best shots into Photos for further work and sharing.

It’s a rethink of how people manage their photo library on a Mac, something that’s been i Photo’s home turf for more than a decade.