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It’s easy, AOA. Just click on the “Upload a Photo” link when you start a post directly from your iPhone, click on the “Photo Library” option, and select the photo(s) you want. No need to email anything.
 

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I don't do iPhone, but on Android when you hook up the phone to the computer via USB it looks like another drive. So you can copy, upload, whatever like you would any other file.

Maybe you'll get lucky and iOS does the same. Maybe.
 

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That is the problem, I usually don't look at the forum on my phone.
As long as you have your iPhone’s photo library synced with your desktop computer’s photo library, then the procedure is the same no matter what platform you’re working on. I’ve got my iPhone’s photo library synced with “the cloud,” which is Apple’s default setup (iCloud), and anything I shoot with my phone gets automatically synced with my Mac’s photo library. If you’re working on a Mac, chances are it’s already doing the same. And posting photos from your Mac will work in the same way as it would from your phone.
 

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Thanks David and Bob.
I'm relatively new to the iPhone world having just gotten one earlier this year. I'm a complete novice when it comes to using it since I had a flip phone, or close to one, before. I've been hesitant to hook my phone up to my computer ever since I hooked an iPod to a computer I used to have and it wiped out my library of CD's I'd painstakingly recorded myself.
I looked at the last video Bob linked and I'll give that a try.
 

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Contemplative gaze / GX9 & O17-f/1.8
 

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This is the original railbed of the Transcontinental Railroad in northern Utah, completed in 1869. It was largely abandoned in 1908, when they built a causeway across the Great Salt Lake. And in 1942 they ripped out the rails and melted them down for the war effort. Now it’s about a hundred miles of empty.
 

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