[plug] Archiving / copying photos
zorlin at gmail.com
Thu Jun 10 22:21:14 AWST 2021
Sorry, to clarify -
I meant as a first step, start with buying time by doing a full less
stressful clone, then move to picking things out of the clone rather than
just doing it directly.
It wasn't so much a "here's your solution" as much of a "make sure you
consider this as part of the solution" since skipping that step creates non
If you already knew to use a simple dumb backup of the whole device as an
intermediary, then sorry to preach to the choir :)
I'm interested in this too as I've struggled with it myself, hoping I
didn't just throw in noise.
On Thu, 10 Jun 2021, 21:05 Brad Campbell, <brad at fnarfbargle.com> wrote:
> On 10/6/21 5:25 pm, Benjamin wrote:
> > I'd ingest everything as one DD image and then handle the rest later.
> Accessing a bunch of files could be more stressful.
> For backups I can see that, but this is more "let me plug your iPad in and
> we'll scroll through 15,000 photos so I can copy off the ones I want".
> I've had a few of those recently where people said "We want photos for a
> funeral, do you have any of Fred" and I've manually scrounged through
> thousands of photos in multiple directories and manually copied them out.
> This is almost the opposite where I want *all* photos others have of "Fred"
> but would rather go through the photos with the person rather than giving
> them an iXpand and asking them to clone their photo library for me to scour
> later. Where the iDevice takes a "live" photo, there's also associated
> video with audio and I *really* want that too.
> It's complicated.
> I'll also have a look at Bill's macro solution. That one hadn't occurred
> to me.
> An expert is a person who has found out by his own painful
> experience all the mistakes that one can make in a very
> narrow field. - Niels Bohr
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