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iPhone photos to Macbook photo files


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I take a lot of photos for my work with the iPhone and when I get back to the office, I'd like to transfer those photos to my Macbook Pro. What is the best method to do that if I want to transfer certain photos rather than all that are on the iPhone? I have an iMac at home that i don't even sync with iPhone photos. Usually if I want the photo file on my Mac I just email it but I may take 50 photos for work and hate to email all 50 or have to sync 200. Plus, I like to keep the photos in customer files rather than iPhoto Events.

As of now I'm having to email, drag onto a desktop folder for John Doe and then transfer them to my Passport Work Photo Folder
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