iPhone 6 - Can't download pics

I recently acquired an iPhone 6; where I purchased it, they transferred all my photos from my old iPhone 4s to the new phone.

The transfer put the files into some arbitrary set of folders with names like 802KTVE.

First of all, there is no way to tell what photos are in what folder.

2nd and most important right now, I just took a new photo related to another issue I want to post on EE & I can't find that photo. You would think it would be in the first or last folder; it's not, & it's stupid to have to scan all the other folders to try to find it. There are about 57 such folders.

Isn't there an easier way?
Richard KortsBusiness Owner / Chief DeveloperAsked:
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Michael-BestCommented:
Create Albums And Manage Photos On iPhone

Read:
"How To Create Albums And Manage Photos On iPhone"
Posted by: Kate Wesson on iphonephotographyschool.com
Link:
http://iphonephotographyschool.com/photo-albums/

By moving the photos to a new location makes it much easier to rename and organize the images.
Sign up for one of these services: IDrive, Dropbox, SugarSync, or Box.

Read:
"The Easiest Way to Back Up and Organize iPhone Photos"
BY JILL DUFFY on pcmag.com

Link:
http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2479168,00.asp

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KimputerCommented:
The pictures weren't transferred correctly, either by copying the files from a Windows or Mac through the MTP protocol, retaining the original file name, or by using the iTunes backup and restore function (keeps filename and album names).
You either have to start over (backup iPhone4 with iTunes, restore to iPhone6), or copy every picture from the iPhone4 onto a computer, and copy them back to the iPhone6 (delete all folders first, so you won't have duplicates).
That's because if you keep it like it is now, you have these strange names, and renaming them will take a ton of your time.
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