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Importing P.I.M. images from Apple iPhoto - Adobe Photoshop Elements

I have been trying to import digital photos(taken with Sony DSC P72) into Photoshop Elements 2.0 from Apple's iPhoto ( computer is iMac G4) , trying to take advantage of P.I.M. technology. When I open the File menu and select Import>PRINT Image Matching II and go to the appropriate folder, less than half of the JPEG photo files are highlighted and capable of being imported. Can someone explain this to me? I don't think that I'm doing anything different with the camera for those shots....

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    Default Importing P.I.M. images from Apple iPhoto

    I have been trying to import digital photos(taken with Sony DSC P72) into Photoshop Elements 2.0 from Apple's iPhoto ( computer is iMac G4) , trying to take advantage of P.I.M. technology. When I open the File menu and select Import>PRINT Image Matching II and go to the appropriate folder, less than half of the JPEG photo files are highlighted and capable of being imported. Can someone explain this to me? I don't think that I'm doing anything different with the camera for those shots.
    Gary R. Dibble Guest

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    Default Re: Importing P.I.M. images from Apple iPhoto

    Gary,

    I can't explain it to you as I haven't a clue, but I do have a question...do you have to use the import function in PSE? Would you still get what you need if you went File>Open and navigate to your image storage folder?

    Nancy
    Nancy S Guest

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    Nancy

    There is a Print Image Match II plugin for Photoshop/Elements, which is compatible-ish with EXIF2. Check out here <http://pim.epson.co.uk/>

    Garry

    I have tried to use this in the past, but the only explanation I can see for this is that the picture has been edited in some way, loosing the PIM info

    Paul
    Paul L UK Guest

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    Default Re: Importing P.I.M. images from Apple iPhoto

    Gary I find that the best way to import from iphoto to pe2 is to click and drag the picture to the pe2 icon in your dock.Works great !
    Ed Gover Guest

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