iPhoto for OS X is developed by Apple Inc. for users to manage photos. If you have digital cameras or iOS devices, iPhoto is your best partner. It can not only transfer photos to Mac, but also let you easily view, edit, sort and share pictures. Then you can make the good photos more attractive, or fix some flaws of photos.
After editing your photos by adding some dramatic effects, removing red‑eye, perfecting exposure, and retouching blemishes, you probably want to transfer those photos to your iPhone. Here are two ways to import photos from iPhoto to iPhone.
Step 1. Download FonePaw iOS Transfer
FonePaw iOS Transfer is a simple but powerful transferring tool for you to move iPhoto pictures to iPhone. Now free download the trial version and start transferring photos from iPhoto to iPhone 7/7Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6/6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPhone 4s, etc.
Step 2. Connect iPhone to Mac and Begin Moving Photos
Open FonePaw iOS Transfer with the iPhone connected. Then you can see "Media", "Playlists", "Photos", "Books", "Contacts", "SMS" and "Toolkit" at the left sidebar. Just choose "Photos" and the album you want to store iPhoto pictures. Next, click "Add" to transfer photos from iPhoto to iPhone.
What you need in this method is iTunes. Firstly, you need to connect the iPhone to Mac and launch iTunes. Secondly, locate your iPhone by clicking the iPhone icon at the menu. Thirdly, click on "Photos" under "Settings". Finally, select iPhoto pictures and check "Sync Photos" from checkbox.
When the transfer is done, you can check all the photos on iPhone's Photos app. For those who are afraid of existing photos being erased by iTunes, FonePaw iOS Transfer is a better choice. Aside from transferring photos from iPhoto to iPhone, you can also use this transfer program to transfer photos from iPhone to Mac or something like that.