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As of OS X Yosemite, Apple is encouraging everyone to use its new Photos program for managing pictures in OS X.
Photos for OS X does let you work with multiple libraries, but it doesn't let you import them and combine them all together into a single, unified library. If you have Aperture, however, you can import and consolidate multiple Aperture and i Photo libraries there first, then get the merged library into Photos for OS X.
IPhoto is a robust tool for photo management, but it's somewhat lacking in overall library management.
Apple pulled down the curtains on the fight over the limitations with i Photo in OS X, with the launch of Photos app as an update.
This Photos app allows you to handle your photos in all new way!
While it may be doable for those with only a few libraries to manage, for those with a number of different libraries, the following approach may be more streamlined: When you do this, a second instance of the Photos application will open, and will request you select a library.
Consider using i Cloud to sync specific photos from your i Photo libraries.
The i Cloud service is available on the most recent versions of OS X and i Photo; the option may not be available for Macs running older software.
It’s certain that a lot of questions lingering in your mind regarding this app right now.
In this article, We’ll try to answer some of the reader’s questions and also a guide on how to import i Photo to Photos for OS X. Photos for Mac is designed to make your ever-growing photo library organized and accessible.