Open the Photos app on iPhone or iPad. Go into Albums view and create a new album named Etsy listings (you could call it anything you want to). Go to the Camera Roll folder and select your listing photos, and add them to the new album.
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You can hold down ⇧ Shift while clicking photos to select multiple photos, or you can click and drag your cursor across as many photos as you wish to copy. To copy ALL of your photos, press ⌘ Command and A to select all, go to File, then Export, then select your flash drive from the export options.
In the Photos app on your Mac, you can easily browse your photos using the sidebar on the left side of the Photos window. Click an item in the sidebar to see photos organized in different ways. Library: Browse your photos and videos by when they were taken.
Move Photos Library to the storage device You can open your home folder by choosing Go > Home from the Finder menu bar. Drag Photos Library to a location on your external storage device. Learn what to do if you get an error. After the move is finished, double-click Photos Library in its new location to open it.
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Choose Apple menu > System Preferences. Click Desktop & Screensaver. From the Desktop pane, select a folder of images on the left, then click an image on the right to change your desktop picture.
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You can drag a photo or video from your Mac into this window, or you can click on the camera icon to open your files and choose a photo. Once you've loaded your photo, you can type a caption, add hashtags, and tag accounts. You can also use Instagram's native filters and edit screen before uploading your photo.
Using an image from your device
To post on the Pinterest app, simply sign in to your Pinterest account from the iPhone app. From there it is really easy to share pins and images. You will find the typical iPhone camera shooting screen if you tap the camera icon in the app. Take a photo to share and scale/crop the image as you wish.