I have worked out an answer, but not THE answer.
If you send the image created by Adobe Capture via 'Messages', the image itself is transferred, as well as a link to the Creative Cloud 'My Library' vision of the image. Using Messages on my iMac shows the image, which is then easily copied as a .jpg file for subsequent work. I hope that answer is useful until the proper answer emerges.
Are you using Creative Cloud versions of our software?
Your shapes are saved as SVGs in your Creative Cloud Library. You can use these assets in Illustrator CC, Photoshop CC and InDesign CC (but not LIghtroom). In your CC desktop apps, the captured shapes are synced to the Libraries panel under the heading Graphics (the attached image is of the Libraries panel in Illustrator).
Let me know if you have any other questions.
Thank you for your reply.
I am using the Creative Cloud version of the software.
In the Internet Version of Creative Cloud I can see my images at http://assets.adobe.com.,in the Graphics Library. When I open Photoshop on my iMac, I cannot see the Graphics library. To close the loop, please tell me how to access the Graphics Library from Photoshop on my iMac.
Thank you for your help.
Thank you. It works.
Yay. Thanks for letting me know.