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This is actually the expected behavior of the plugin. To quote from Adobe's blog article on the importer for Aperture/iPhoto (bold emphasis is mine): Information that is not imported into Lightroom: Image adjustments Smart Albums Face Tag Region of Interest (face naming tags are mapped to keywords) Color Labels (other than optionally as ...
Always keep your RAW files for the following reasons. Firstly - You might process a sunny landscape with a nice blue sky shot and a year or two later, decide that you'd like to re-process it in the style of Ansel Adams. If you've thrown the RAW away, then you are hindering yourself. Secondly - RAW management is now much easier with modern photo software ...
The problem was that the images were all too big. I suppose iPhoto can't handle this amount of very high res photos, all around 5616*3744px in my case. I resized all the images to a little higher than 1080p, and it worked well.
If you want to keep your tags privately, then I guess you want to keep such photos privately either. So you can check out Flickr.com or Fotki.com, services that allows you to tag and shared images with your friends and family only.
The same exact thing happened to me (I had a 90s folder too!). In order to get it to work, I had to import the photos to iPhoto, then export them to the desktop, then re-import them into iPhoto. And THEN they worked. Once you upload them to Flickr, if you change the date in iPhoto, the date won't sync, though it syncs up tags in Flickr. However, it's very ...
If I read the iPhoto instructions correctly, you can select all photos, choose Export from the Archive menu, and make sure to tick the checkboxes for inclusion of metadata.
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