Do you have TONS of duplicate photos in your Mac’s Photos Library? In this short tutorial video, David A. Cox will show you how to identify and remove duplicate photos from your Mac’s Photos library by using Power Photos. Please note: This is for the new Photos App for the Mac, not iPhoto.


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4 Responses

  1. Carla Queen

    I see how to make one mailing label using address book, but I need to print the entire sheet with the same mailing address over and over again in each box. Is there a way to do this?

    • Mark from PCClassesOnline

      Sorry… Not sure what you’re talking about. There is no address book or label function in Photos for Mac.

  2. Keith Davis

    PowerPhotos identified four photos as duplicates of each other, but they are not – not even close. How do I remove those four from the removal process? I figure I could just do the removal and then pull them back, but also figure there must be a way to remove identified duplicates from the selection process somehow. Thanks. Keith

    • Keith Davis

      Just figured it out. Go to bottom of page and unclick the item that says only select one keeper per duplicate. Once that is done you can select any number of keepers. Note that this will not “flip” the other photo(s) to remove to album. So I had one box that contained four photos that were all of my daughter, but were all significantly different – not even close. I was able to make all four of them keepers by right/secondary clicking and clicking on make this a keeper.