Currently Being ModeratedSep 24, 2013 8:17 PM (in response to raseguelp)
#1 - You can't do anything (well see #2) because as of now it just does not work that way. Not even when transferring to a Mac using Photostream. Basic reason is the adjustments made in the Camera App and the Photo App are non-destructive, meaning they don't change the original file itself (which also means you can easily go back to the original photo) they add the filter/adjustment information to a "side car" file. And other apps - including whatever you are using on your Windows computer - can't read this additional information.
#2 - The only solution I found so far (and again I am using a Mac, so you would think it would be simplier) is to email yourself the filtered shots. Those will open on your computer with the effects. (Stupid huh???)
Currently Being ModeratedSep 24, 2013 8:22 PM (in response to swandy)
I already sent the pictures through email and the filter actually appear..but i thought that maybe there will be a final solution, anyway, thank you so much... i'll do that by now!
Currently Being ModeratedOct 3, 2013 10:39 PM (in response to raseguelp)
In addition to this problem, I have the more troubling issue of not being able to view the "filtered" image on my iPhone after I press the shutter. (4S, iOS 7.0.2) That is, I take the picture with the filter, but I can *only* see the altered image in thumbnail view. (!!!) My friend with a 4S reports the same problem. What gives??? When I tap on the thumbnail to view full screen, all that appears is a black box the size of the image. And when I share it via iMessage, only a black box appear for the recipient.
Distressing and disappointing to read here that the altered image is not designed to feed into Photostream. Really, really dumb.