How to Use Photoshop for Importing Pictures

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There could be several reasons as to why you want to use Photoshop for importing your images, including to manage quality. Use Photoshop for importing pictures with help from a certified Adobe instructor in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, my name is Matthew Pizzi. And I'm going to show you how you can use Photoshop for importing your pictures. There could be several reasons as to why you want to use Photoshop for importing your images. I want to go ahead and take a look at a couple of them now. If you want to import your pictures from a digital camera you won't use Photoshop directly. Rather you'll use a sister program called Bridge. Bridge comes with a Creative Cloud subscription if you have one. It even comes with a creative suite if you have a license for Photoshop. Either way inside of Bridge you'll import your pictures. And once you import them into Bridge you have the ability to open them inside of Photoshop. So here inside of Photoshop you have two options. You can go to the file menu. And from the file menu you can choose open and you can open any image available on your computer. The other option which is probably a nicer way of looking for a particular image is using Bridge. So from the file menu you can choose browse in Bridge. This will jump you into Adobe Bridge. Adobe Bridge gives you a visual way to look through all the files on your computer. In this case I'm looking at a specific directory called pictures. I can see little thumbnail previews of these pictures. And when I find one that I want to edit inside the program all I have to is double click. And once I double click that document is opened inside of Photoshop.


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