By Jeff Carlson | Tuesday, December 9, 2014
If you manage photos on a Mac, you probably import the shots from a camera to an application such as iPhoto, Lightroom, Aperture, or Photoshop Elements.
But long before any of those came along, the way to add photos to your Mac was a little utility called Image Capture.
The Image Capture app is still there (you’ll find it in the Applications folder), and it does more than just copy photos to your hard disk. Some people prefer to save photos to their hard disk and manage them using the Finder, while others perform actions on the files before moving them into dedicated photo library software.
Here are some ways to take advantage of Image Capture’s features.
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