Just follow these steps.
- Connect your camera to the USB port on your computer. Unless you want to use your SD card and your SD card slot, if that is the case, simply plug the card into your slot and you will begin.
- Turn on your camera, if you do not have it turned on already.
- iPhoto should open automatically once you turn on the camera or insert your SD card. If not, open the program by double clicking the icon on your dock. If you do not have an icon on the dock, double click the app in your Applications folder.
- Once the iPhoto program is open you will see a button labeled â€œImport All,â€ go ahead and click on this button. You can also feel safe about deleting them after import; this removes the images from your camera or card, not from your computer.
- Once the import is complete, drag the camera icon to the trash can to eject the disk. You can then turn off your camera. Itâ€™s important to eject the the camera before turning it off.
- If you want to import photos from your hard drive (scanned, downloaded, etc.), click on â€œFileâ€ in the menu bard and select â€œImport to Libraryâ€¦â€ Select the photos you want in the new window (you can simply click on the folder in which in they sit) and click on the â€œImportâ€ button.
And thatâ€™s it. You can now take advantage of iPhotoâ€™s management and editing capabilities. See, we told you itâ€™s easy!
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