As an amateur photographer, I often take RAW photos. Sometimes I'm on the road and would like to transfer my photos to my FileHub Plus, which basically provides a shared folder on its private wifi network (and I have a regular USB hard drive connected to it). I tried different scenarios: select my pictures in the Photos app and "share" them to the Files app (which allows me to browse the network through the FileBrowser app integration). Only the .jpeg version is copied to my shared folder. use the FileBrowser app to move the files to the network. Unfortunately, they only allow you to "copy" files from the photo library (and not "move"). After I'm done copying hundreds of files, I loose my selection and have to re-select them for deletion. It's almost impossible to remember which one I selected. I wrote them an email and they said they will not add a "move" feature. use the ProCam 6 app (which I use to take raw photos) to select and share pictures. For some reason, when I share them to FileBrowser, only the first picture is sent over. When I send them to the Files app instead, it transfers the file correctly, but I have no feedback on the transfer process (I have no idea when they are done copying). Then I also loose my selection and have to re-select everything for deletion. using the Shortcuts app and create a macro that to select pictures, send them to the Files app and then have the selected pictures deleted. But here again, since the pictures are selected through the Photos app, only jpeg files are being selected. The real problem is finding an app that will let me move files in one single step. I'm running out of ideas. Any other technique you can think of?