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    App to pull photos from camera??
    i was using preview but you have to import the entire library is there a free app that i can grab the photos i want and import them?

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    HP has a program called Photosmart. More info/download here:

    http://www.hp.com/united-states/cons...are/index.html

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    Image Capture.

    It's in the Utilities folder of OS X.
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    w/ that app you still have to import every photo on the camera .. ..unless i'm missing a feature

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    Quote Originally Posted by kade119 View Post
    w/ that app you still have to import every photo on the camera .. ..unless i'm missing a feature
    You don't have to do that. You can select which images to import.
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    Likewise using the finder and a card reader

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    iPhoto will let you import as well. I use that or Image Capture. Image Capture comes free with OS X and iPhoto is bundled with iLife which is bundled with all new Macs.

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