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Plug the camera into your computer. Locate the file and just drag it into Photoshop.

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You will first need to transfer your photos from your camera onto your computer. Once you do that, you can easily import images into Photoshop using File>Open, or better yet, using Adobe Bridge, a file management tool, which often comes free with Photoshop.

images can be opened in Photoshop in several ways. Refer to Adobe's help files at http://helpx.adobe.com/en/photoshop/using/creating-opening-importing-images.html
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