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i needed to use 2 different classes to get this to work in my project. this was a good explanation but wouldn't work for me since I was already using carrierwave on a live site and had images uploaded to specific folders already on S3. What I did was created an uploader class ImageUploader using the CarrierWave_Direct gem like in this example, and then kept my original class but renamed it to ImageProcessor. This way the original uploaded file is saved in a different folder in S3 and then I don't have to change the folder structure for current photos on my site. you can check out my solution here if interested:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/14791655/carrierwave-direct-gem-keep-current-directory-structure-on-s3/14842832#14842832