Transferring photos to my PC with the Auto-Enhance changes?

Dr McKay

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With most of my photos, I have hit the auto-enhance on them, however when I plug my iPhone into my laptop and drag the photos over they are in their unaltered state. Even photos that I have cropped on the iPhone appear uncropped.

I have a similar issue when adding these photos to the iMovie App on the iPhone. Any photos in the video are no longer enhanced or cropped. Is there a fix for this?
 

Arelunde

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That's odd. Do you click "save" after the autofix is done? On my iPad2, it saves and replaces the original - which can be problematical if you want the original as well. I dragged/dropped some pix that had been enhanced/saved and they loaded into Photoshop on my PC as the enhanced versions.
 

Dr McKay

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That's odd. Do you click "save" after the autofix is done? On my iPad2, it saves and replaces the original - which can be problematical if you want the original as well. I dragged/dropped some pix that had been enhanced/saved and they loaded into Photoshop on my PC as the enhanced versions.
Yeah, I save over the originals in the cases where they look better, but when they get moved onto my PC, or used in an app like iMovie, they are no longer enhanced.
 

Arelunde

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One thing I noticed is the enhanced photos look a LOT better on the iDevices than they do on my PC screen. However, they are still better than the originals, so I'm not sure what could be happening in your situation.
 

Dr McKay

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Ive noticed something new, since downloading the latest update for the iPhone Facebook App, when uploading pictures, it shows the enhanced photo when uploading, but after it's finished and I look at the picture. It's no longer enhanced. I also uploaded a picture I'd cropped, when it finished it was uncropped.