Import photos from your camera Photoshop Elements 11


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Importing photos from your camera

When you finish a shoot, you can use the From Camera Or Card Reader option under the Import button to bring in new photos directly from your camera's memory card. The beauty of this method is that it both offloads photos from your camera and includes those photos in your Organizer, combining two big steps into one. Start by plugging your camera directly into your computer or inserting the memory card from your camera into a memory card reader attached to your computer. I prefer the memory card reader to avoid the possibility that my camera battery could die while I'm importing photos.

When you do that, if you're on Windows, you may see an AutoPlay window like this. I suggest you just close this window by clicking the red X. If you're on a Mac, iPhoto may open to try to import the photos for you. I suggest you go ahead and close iPhoto if that happens. Instead, in Elements Organizer, click the big Import button and choose From Camera Or Card Reader. That will open the Phot...

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 Photoshop Elements 11 Essentials: 01 Importing and Organizing Photos

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