When you take photos or videos on your iPhone, you can download them to your computer and save them to the hard drive during the synchronisation process. If you want to print these photos or refer to them at a later date, you'll need to know exactly where they're saved on your PC.
When you connect your iPhone to your Windows PC, an auto-play dialogue box will appear on your computer screen. Within this box, you have the option to either import photos and videos to your computer or to view the files on the device. If this dialogue box doesn't appear, go to "Computer" within the Start menu. You'll find your iPhone in the "Portable Devices" section.
Once you select the option to import photos and videos, you'll be prompted to create an optional tag for the imported photo that you can use later to search for saved photos on your computer. If you click on the "Import Settings" link in this dialogue box, you'll also have the option to select the import location on your computer, select a folder name and select a file name.
All of the photos you save to your PC will appear within the Pictures folder of your computer. To access this folder, go to the Start menu and click on "Pictures" in the right-hand menu. By default, photos uploaded from your phone are placed in a folder named with the import date. If you also added a tag for the photos, it will appear after the import date.
If you created a recognisable tag for your photos, such as "iPhone," you can search by tag to group all of your iPhone photos together. This can be helpful if you have photos saved in different folders and aren't sure where specific images are located. Options to sort images by tag are located within the main picture folder on your computer, as well as in every individual subfolder.