Join Jan Kabili for an in-depth discussion in this video Importing photos from your camera, part of Learning Photoshop Elements 12.
When you shot new photos with your digital camera…and you want to include them in your organizer.…The process for importing is slightly different than the process…for importing photos that are already on your hard drive.…That's because the organizer will not only make a…record of your new photos in the catalogue but…it also will offload those photos from your camera…or your camera's memory card into your computer for you.…And that means you don't have to use third party…software or the software that came with your camera to…get the photos from your camera into your computer.…The first step is to take the memory card out of your camera…and put it into a USB memory card reader that's connected to your computer.…
If you're on Windows when you do that, you'll…see a window that may look something like this.…I suggest that you close that window because we're going to use…elements organizer rather than the operating system to do the work for us.…If you're on the Mac, iPhoto may open and…offer to import the photos for you.…
- Importing photos from a hard drive or camera
- One-click editing with Instant Fix
- Making Quick Edits to color and lighting
- Adding effects in Quick Edit
- Straightening with content-aware fill
- Working with folders and files in the Organizer
- Keyword tagging
- Making albums
- Sharing photos via email or social media
Skill Level Beginner
1. Importing Photos to the Organizer
2. Simplified Photo Editing
3. Introduction to Expert Editing
4. Managing Photos in the Organizer
5. Sharing Your Photos
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