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Absolutely! I was just researching your issue. Please allow me a moment to review.
Do you know which photo is giving you issues during transfer?
If you do, you should be able to connect the iPad to the Mac, and open Finder. You may have to do a little poking around, but you should be able to see the files and folders on the iPad while it is connected.
Look for the folder on the iPad that has your photos in it, locate the picture and either:
delete it, or
move it manually by cutting/pasting the image from the iPad to the Mac.
I am currently writing up instructions for you to follow, to manually copy the photos from your iPad to your Mac. Looks to be a fairly straightforward process. Give me just one more moment, ok? Thank you so much for your patience!
Ok, here is what I found.
Instead of the automatic synchronizing of your photos, allow the sync to fail.
Then, follow these really easy instructions to find the folder where your photos are, and you can copy/paste from your iPad to the Mac.
Let me know if this works!
Ok, sounds good. If I am not online when you come back on, another Expert will be able to assist you.
Have a great day!
Hi! I am Justin. I will be helping now.
Let me look over the issue you are having.
First I would like to apologize. The previous expert sent you an article that would only help you if your device is jail broken. That is not helpful at all.This article will actually help you.http://www.idownloadblog.com/2015/02/12/how-to-transfer-photos-from-iphone-or-ipad-to-mac/I suggest using the piece of the article titled: Transfer photos from iphone or iPad using Image Capture.
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