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In the process of upgrading to Snow Leopard, I deleted my entire iPhoto photo library. All my photos in my iPhone's Photo Library. How can I pluck all my pictures?

Also, I searched the forum for an answer. Image Capture only gives me the option to copy photos taken with the camera, not the library. With "iTunes>iPhone>Photos tab>Sync photos from" I can only import from a folder or Aperture.
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Ok, do you mean that in the process the upgrade erased your photos in photo library, or did you manually erase them? If the upgrade erased the photos, you had to backup the files, because anything can happen, but with the photos i probably can't help you I'm just new to this forum.
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Yea I meant I deleted the backup before restoring my photos.

Instead they are all on my iPhone.
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Perhaps PhoneView can get them back.

CameraTime - Time lapse photography for novice and advanced users.

When asking questions, post the version of your software. You'll receive better answers.

Please post your results to the thread as it is good feedback.
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Thanks xstep. Helped me out, big time
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If anyone else has a suggestion, please let me know. PhoneView worked but ruined the quality of the downloaded pictures.
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