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The first reason I can think of is that the missing (28) photos are showing up in the folder only because they're being streamed from somewhere. In iOS, it's possible to stream libraries of shared photos that aren't actually on the phone. Perhaps PrClip isn't seeing their virtual addresses on the phone.
If they're not streamed, but are on the phone, and still not showing up, is it possible that they are saved or imported as a different format?
Were they taken with the phone? Or just imported to the device?
I agree with Ko's diagnosis. The issue may be that some of your photos are synced via some sort of cloud (iCloud, etc.). Premiere Clip is not compatible with cloud services and won't show those images.
Is this the case?
Let me know!
EDIT: Creative Cloud DOES support pulling images from the cloud into Premiere Clip, but other cloud services may not.
Were you able to solve the issue of your photos not showing up with Ko's cloud services hypothesis? If the images are saved via cloud services, make sure to download the images locally to your device before using them in Premiere Clip. If you have more questions, here's a cloud services FAQ for Premiere Clip:
Let me know if that helps!