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So the Browse module is what you're going to use to find the images that you want to work with. So let's explore the interface. Now on the left side of your screen are all the locations that you can go to, to find your images. So of course you have your Desktop, you can look directly in your hard drive, in your Pictures folder. And there's even a lot of extra images that come bundled with the onOne software. Backgrounds and borders and textures, and we'll explore that later on in the course. And if you have a Google Drive or a Dropbox, when you have images stored there, you can access them directly from within the Browse module.
Let's go ahead and take a look at some images that I put into a photo folder on my Desktop. I'm going to simply select it. And as you can see, I have a variety of image formats available to me. I have tif files, I have Camera raw files, I have JPEGs, all of these can be opened directly and in Perfect Photo Suite. As a matter of fact, if you have .PSD files, you can open those up and they come in with all their layers intact. When I select any one of these images, you'll notice that in the upper left-hand corner, I actually see the metadata about that image.
The camera I used, the focal length, ISO, lots of useful information when I'm searching through my images.
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