If you are the proud owner of Mac, and on your mobile device, the camera or memory cards, has accumulated a sufficient number of images that you want to clean up, then you will definitely come in handy guide on import images into an application for OS X Photo App.
The process of copying images is very simple: just need to browse and select the desired images to be imported into the photos app from Apple.
Step #1. Connect your digital camera, iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or memory card to your Mac.
Step #2. Open the photo (it should start automatically, if you did not disable the AutoRun feature).
Step #3. Click Import, browse and select the image you want to copy, and then select one of the following:
- Import. Favorites – are copied only the pictures thumbnail you have selected.
- Import new – from the connected media will import only new photos.
Step #4. Locate the copied photos in Photography.
The process of moving images may take some time. It all depends on the number of imported files, their size and speed of data transmission via USB.
Note that when you copy images from an external device you should always move to the Import tab in the Photos application. Here you will find the connected devices, which contain the necessary files.
After completion of the import files to your computer, you can clear the memory card or delete pictures from the iPhone or iPad, to make room for the new frames.
Please note that this instruction concerns the transfer of photos on your Mac directly from an external device. If you already have images from other applications and data stored on the computer hard drive, you can copy these files to a photo without using third-party devices or memory cards.