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Thread: Any softwares whereby pictures can be transferred wirelessly to photoshop.

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    Default Any softwares whereby pictures can be transferred wirelessly to photoshop.

    Hi,

    I'm not sure whether I should post it here here or else where.

    Anyway, I would like to check with you guys if you have seen people doing shoot-and-print whereby the pictures are transferred wireless into Photoshop to their computer?

    Does anyone seen this before?

    If you guys have, please let me know what is the software or steps to achieve it.

    Thanks

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    Default Re: Any softwares whereby pictures can be transferred wirelessly to photoshop.

    hmmm... it look like there is nothing stated that can be sent directly to Photoshop ...

    Im looking for a third-party software or software which can link my pictures straight to Photoshop wirelessly b'cos i need to apply some action to the picture before printing it out

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    Default Re: Any softwares whereby pictures can be transferred wirelessly to photoshop.

    Step 1. Use any of the above methods.
    Step 2. Open the image with photoshop in your computer/laptop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaoticbusher View Post

    hmmm... it look like there is nothing stated that can be sent directly to Photoshop ...

    Im looking for a third-party software or software which can link my pictures straight to Photoshop wirelessly b'cos i need to apply some action to the picture before printing it out
    I suggest you learn how to use adobe bridge.
    Alpha

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    Default Re: Any softwares whereby pictures can be transferred wirelessly to photoshop.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae View Post
    I suggest you learn how to use adobe bridge.
    oh oki... i know that adobe bridge can wifi tether too... thanks! i'll look into it.

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