- Specifying Watched Folders
- Importing Tags Attached to Photos
- Getting Photos from Files and Folders
- Getting Photos by Searching
- Getting Photos from a CD or DVD
- Getting Photos from a Camera or Card Reader
- Getting Photos from a Scanner
- Getting Photos from a Mobile Phone
- Getting Photos from a Video in the Editor
- Adding Photos to the Organizer from the Editor
- Creating and Opening a Catalog
- Managing Catalogs
- Moving Files in a Catalog
- Deleting Files from a Catalog
- Backing Up a Catalog
- Restoring a Catalog Backup
Getting Photos from a Mobile Phone
If you have a Nokia phone, Photoshop Elements recognizes the phone when you connect it to your computer with a cable and can import the photos directly from the phone. Instead of using this task, you should use the instructions for Getting Photos from a Camera or Card Reader. For all other mobile phones, you can use the From Files and Folders command shown in this task. You start by sending the photos to your computer from your phone. Then you import them using the same steps you would use to import any photos stored on your computer’s hard drive.
Import Photos from a Mobile Phone
- In the Organizer, click the File menu, and then point to Get Photos and Videos.
- Click From Files and Folders.
- Navigate to the folder location (such as Cell Phone pix) from which you want to import the photos.
- Select the folder or the specific photo files you want to import.
- Select the Automatically Fix Red Eyes check box to automatically correct red eyes for photos that need it when you import the files.
- Click Get Photos.