You need to turn ON 'My Photo Stream' on each iOS device and in iPhoto to upload photos to iCloud. Before you can turn ON My Photo Stream on your Mac, you need to set up your iCloud account. When you import photos into iPhoto that are uploaded to iClooud and added to 'My Photo Stream'. You can change your settings for adding photos to My Photo Stream or for importing photos into your iPhoto library. You can disable My Photo Stream from 'System Preferences' on your Mac. You can also change your My Photo Stream settings in iPhoto or Aperture Preferences. If you turn off My Photo Stream in iPhoto, then your photo stream photos are removed from the Photo Stream view in iPhoto.
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