- 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 Scanner
If you have a scanner attached to your computer with a cable, you can scan photos directly from the scanner to a folder on your hard disk and then import them into the Organizer. When you get photos from a scanner, you need to follow the scanning instructions provided by the Scanner manufacturer to complete each photo scan. As you import files into the Organizer, you can have Photoshop Elements automatically fix red eye on any photos that need it.
Import Photos from a Scanner
- In the Organizer, click the File menu, and then point to Get Photos and Videos.
- Click From Scanner.
- Click the Scanner list arrow, and then select a scanner attached to your computer or network.
- To select a location for scanner files, click Browse, select a folder, and then click OK.
- Click the Save As list arrow, and then select the file type in which to save scanner files and then set a related quality level, if available.
The higher the quality level, the higher the file size.
- Select the Automatically Fix Red Eyes check box to automatically correct red eyes for photos that need it when you import the files.
- Click OK.
- Select the scanning options you want from the ones available from your scanner, and then scan your photo.