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Lynet72
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Import Pictures

Jun 12, 2012 5:05 PM

How do you import pictures into CS6 from your computer picture files?

 
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    Jun 13, 2012 8:33 AM   in reply to Lynet72

    Which Adobe product are you using?

     
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    Jun 13, 2012 10:15 AM   in reply to Lynet72

    So are you wanting to import pictures from where?  Are you wanting to import them into Photoshop?  Which operating system are you using?

     
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    Jun 14, 2012 11:33 AM   in reply to Lynet72

    Moving this discussion to the Photoshop General Discussion forum.  The users in this forum should be able to provide some workflows for you with the information you have provided.

     
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    Jun 14, 2012 11:49 AM   in reply to Lynet72

    You can use Bridge CS6 for that purpose. Simply open Bridge CS6 and browse to "My Pictures" section and you will see all your images into Bridge CS6. You can double click on the images to open them directly into Photoshop CS6 and you can edit them as per your requirement.

     

    Adobe® Bridge CS6 is a powerful photo and design organizer that provides centralized access to all your creative assets.

     

    For more details about Bridge CS6, click here.

     
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  • Noel Carboni
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    Jun 14, 2012 1:39 PM   in reply to Lynet72

    Lynet72 wrote:

     

    I would like to take the pictures that are already on my computer and put them into CS6 so i can work on them. I use Windows Vista, and my pictures are in my picture file on my computer.

     

    Arpit's trying to sell you on using Bridge, but my question is this:  Why do you feel you need to "put" the pictures into CS6 at all?

     

    An image file can be opened in Photoshop CS6 right from your hard drive.

     

    There is no need to "put" the images anywhere, assuming they're already on the hard drive of your computer.  They are just files.

     

    -Noel

     
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