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Browsing for a File

Most of the time, though, you won’t be starting with a blank image. Instead, you’ll have a photo that you want to work with. If you know where it is, you can press Cmd+O (Mac) or Ctrl+O (Windows), click on the Open icon, double-click the file, or do whatever you generally do to open a file.

If you don’t know where on the hard drive your picture is, or what it is called, opening it becomes a little harder. That’s one of the times when you’ll turn to the File Browser. Another is when you’ve shot and downloaded a bunch of similar pictures and want to find the best of the bunch. You really need to be able to see what you’ve got.


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