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I have an iPhone, I have a Mac OS X, and I have iPhoto. I want to be able to plug my iPhone into my Mac and have it import my photos to the Pictures folder on my hard drive, not iPhoto's special photo library area of the disk. But I still want to display the photos in iPhoto without it copying them into the iPhoto library on disk. I also want to remove the photos from my iPhone (safely). How would I do this?

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You want to display files in iPhoto that aren't copied where exactly? If they're on the drive, they must have been copied there. – user3463 Nov 21 '13 at 21:54
sorry, I don't want iPhoto to store a copy of the photo, I would like to store the photo in the pictures folder. – user2885539 Nov 21 '13 at 22:47

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