Importing photos from your camera


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Importing photos from your camera

When you've finished a shoot or when the card in your camera is full and you want to get photos off that memory card and into your computer, Elements can do that job for you. The Photo Downloader, which is part of Elements Organizer, can not only get photos off your camera's memory card, at the same time it will import information about those photos into Elements Organizer, combining a two-step process into one. The first step is to take the card out of your camera, attach a memory card reader to your computer, and insert the camera's card into the card reader.

When you do that, you sometimes see an AutoPlay window like this, on Windows. On a Mac, iPhoto may open automatically and try to import your photos. I recommend that you close windows and applications like that and let Elements do the job for you instead. So I'm going to close AutoPlay here, and I'm going to go back to my Elements Organizer. In the Organizer, I'll click the Import button and I'll choose ...

Importing photos from your camera
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Importing photos from your camera provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Up and Running with Photoshop Elements 11

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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