Ok I made all the stupid switches Mac fans have been pushing on me for years, slowly but fully. First it was iPod, then phones and iPads, and now I have an 11 month old Mac. I am so over it though... especially because it tries to make things so simple sometimes its complicated. I am a 28 year old power technology user, and I can't for the life of me make photos work. First there was iPhoto, it seemed ok until it somehow supposedly lost all my photos and I couldn't find them or get them back. Low and behold, upgrade to Yosemite and the new photos app finds them ALL and they are back, yay!! Except, not yay. I take a lot of trips and take tons of photos, like 10 of every single thing, and then delete the 9 that aren't as good as the 10th one. But literally I am not even sure if I am actually deleting the 9, as am I deleting them from the album, or the computer, and don't even get me started on my cloud (which is full). And it takes like 10 seconds to delete each one, so many steps and... lord. If I were on windows I could just open up finder/explorer and look at the file names, preview the image, and delete delete delete delete quick and easy. Am I the only one finding this situation so hard? Why does apple need to protect them all in some crazy stupid package I can't get into?? Thanks for any assistance, sorry for the apple bashing but I am just currently frustrated and actually hoping I am stupid and there's an easier way. Maybe a basic 3rd party app (which hopefully doesnt try and duplicate all the photos as my laptop is FULL!) or something?