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I have an Intel iMac and importing photos using iPhoto is a snap and easy. But when I want to import more pictures on the same card in my camera how do I just select a few to import?

The only way I found out to this was just to say skip the duplicate ones, but it takes forever as it has to go through all the photos.

How can I just select a few pictures to import? is this posssible?

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The way I do it, is I click on the card on my desktop and open it up.. select the pictures that are on the card, and drag them to iphoto.. (holding down the apple key allows you to select more then one item at a time.)

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Thanks for the tip.

I also found if you are in iPhoto and go to File/Import you can select files to import.
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