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Moving Photos From PSE 7 To MBP


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Hello everyone,

Can someone please tell me how to move my photos from a windows based PSE 7 to my new MBP?(Iphoto and/or Aperture 3). They photos are in a raw format so burning CD's is out of the question.

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