I'm listing some items for sale online, and have taken a bunch of pictures with my i Phone.
Update for Yosemite where the process name has changed to Photo Stream. Turn Photo Stream back on in preferences (check "Enable Photo Stream").
After a few seconds, i Photo will start to download all the photos again.
Depending on the number of photos, and your bandwidth, it may take awhile.
The Settings page says that Photos will automatically by sent to Photo Stream when I am connected to Wi-Fi, however I've waited several minutes and don't see them in i Photo. Is there any way to force them to be synced to i Cloud from the i Phone?
I'd bet good money the problem is with Photo Stream on your Mac pulling down updates from i Cloud.
Check Photo Stream on your i Phone: are they showing up there?I'm trying to find the question that deals with forcing i Photo to resync your Photo Stream (the answer is not a happy one)seems that the i Phone won't start sending photos up to Photostream unless it's on wifi AND the phone has greater than 20% battery life.I noticed some of my photos starting syncing once I charged my phone beyond 20%.Apple seriously needs to give some feedback about why Photostream isn't syncing in their UI like Dropbox does.Update: Murphy's law though the actual photos I really care about seem stuck in Photostream purgatory and won't appear on other devices.Perhaps this is why Steve Jobs was rumored to have offered Dropbox so much money to sell? I had taken 40 or so photos on i Phone 4, i OS 5.1, and when I got back to Wi Fi connection, I waited more than an hour for the photos to appear in Photo Stream either on the i Phone or my i Pad, and they didn't.