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OS X Mountain Lion Portable Genius by Dwight Spivey

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Working with Image Capture

Image Capture is a great tool that may surprise you with its versatility. You can use it to do any of the following:

bullet.tif Transfer images from your digital camera.

bullet.tif Delete images from your digital camera.

bullet.tif Scan and import images with your scanner.

bullet.tif Find shared devices on your network.

To open Image Capture, press maccmd+Shift+A from within the Finder. Find Image Capture in the resulting Finder window and double-click its icon. If you don’t have a digital camera or scanner attached to your Mac when you start Image Capture, you are notified in the main window that no device is connected. If this is the case, read on to discover how to connect your device.

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You may wonder why iPhoto, the amazing Apple photo-organizing and editing program, isn’t covered in this book. iPhoto is actually part of the iLife application suite, which Apple sells separately from Mountain Lion. Because ...

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