How can I transfer photos from film on iPad mini iMac

I have pictures on my camera iPad mini roll which do not seem to have been downloaded on my iMac.

I often will have pictures from an Sd Card (with adapters) or wifi from my camera to my iPad but not, when I got home, of course to my iMac.

I need to make room on my iPad how do I transfer it to my iMac.  (I'm still under Maverick, I know!    iPad ISO9.2.1 running)

I do not use the cloud to store my photos just transfer them via the photo stream.

The photos are not all on my photo gallery. The photos will go back two years. !

I recently activated photo stream (October, last year) photos to transfer photos from my iMac iPhoto events if some are OK. I used the info forum to delete several of these photos.

To check if I remove a photo from my roll of picture on my iPad, it is not deleted from my iMac, correct?  and according to the original question, I need to transfer photos to my iMac.

IF you have photos that have not been transferred to the Mac because they predate photo stream, you can import them from the film by connecting the iPad to Mac with the cable and launch iPhoto or Image Capture. Your iPad must appears as a device in the left of either of the two apps bar and you will be able to import photos and then delete them from the iPad if you want to do.

hazel170 wrote:

To check if I remove a photo from my roll of picture on my iPad, it is not deleted from my iMac, correct?

As long as the photos have been imported to the Mac, you can delete them from the camera without them being removed from the Mac.

.. nothing wrong with still run Mavericks if you are uncomfortable with him and it meets your needs. I'm still in Yosemite with no desire to go straight, to El Capitan

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