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How to retain images in Photos when turning off iCloud Photo Library

Erin Giunta is ready to give iCloud Photo Library the heave-ho, but wants to be sure their photos aren’t lost. I’m confused about what would happen if I turn off iCloud Photo Library on my phone, and not use it on the Cloud. Will my Photos app on the computer still retain all 12,000 of my photos? Do these photos live locally on my hard drive? It depends! And macOS should prompt you in case you make a decision that would result in you losing images somehow.
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