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The Adobe Photoshop Express Beta Pocket Guide by Jeff Carlson

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2 Import Your Photos

You’ve created a Photoshop Express identity and familiarized yourself with the interface—now, let’s start building your photo library.

Photo-management programs like Apple’s iPhoto or Adobe’s Photoshop Elements store image files on your computer’s hard disk. By contrast, Photoshop Express stores them on a collection of Adobe servers connected to the Internet. That means you need to upload your pictures to the service. With just 2 GB (at this writing) of storage space at your disposal, you won’t want to upload everything you shoot; digital images can fill up 2 GB pretty fast.

Pull Photos off the Camera

The image captured by your camera and stored on a memory card is the digital equivalent to the film negative. It’s coded ...

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