In this tutorial we look at how Image Capture on the Mac imports photos and videos from our camera and how we scan documents with Image Capture. We start out by looking at how we can see all the data about a photo like the focal length, ISO, shutter speed and more. We then see how we can select and import images to different folders and apps. We also see how we can set what happens by default when we connect a camera to our Mac. We then switch gears and look at scanning documents using Image Capture, including doing a simplified scan and detailed scans where we can set DPI, do image correction, set file types, among other options. If you are looking for a different way to import your photos or you want to scan documents with your Mac, Tutor for Image Capture can help!
Tutor for Image Capture
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Image Capture Interface and Information
In this lesson for Image Capture on the Mac, I look at the Image Capture interface, which is where you view your photo information as well as sort photos that Image Capture is reading from a camera.
Selecting and Importing Media
In this lesson for Image Capture on the Mac, I look at how to select and import photos from your camera or SD card using the Image Capture app on the Mac.
Setting Camera Defaults
In this lesson for Image Capture on the Mac, I look at how to set up default behaviors for Image Capture when you plug in your camera(s).
Creating Web Pages and PDFs
In this lesson for Image Capture on the Mac, I look at how to build a webpage out of imported photos as well as how to make a PDF out of them.
Simplified Scanning with Image Capture
In this lesson for Image Capture on the Mac, I look at simplified scanning using the Image Capture on the Mac. With simplified scanning, you set just a few options to scan and Image Capture will do the rest.