During my spare time, I enjoy taking pictures with my high end camera, and processing them on my mac. When I do not print, displaying them on the screen of my iPad or iPhone is a great way to share them. Until recently (iOS 11 ?), my workflow was to prepare the jpeg files in a directory and load it with iTunes into the iPad or iPhone. I would get one more folder (on the shoot, event or trip that I just loaded the photos of). That would even work for many folders at once, and I could keep everything organised, even though going to iTunes each time was a bit of a pain. That is not possible anymore, and iTunes advises me that photos can be downloaded with my Wifi network. Cool, but when I use AirDrop the iPad gives me three choices: 1. Use iCloud Drive. No, I am not interested to waste my iCloud space for a synchro I will do just once. Also, I tried, and it does not seem to send the pictures to the Photos App. Instead, they stay in Files, which is not adequate to display them interactively. 2. Go to the App Store to search for a new App. Why ? Is there no "Photos" app preloaded in the iPad, and that I cannot even remove if I find it is not great (I do, but I would leave this issue for another day). 3. Decline. Thanks, but no thanks, I would really like to do what I could do with my iPad 2 six years ago! I guess I must be doing things wrong. What is the right workflow ?