How can you organize images outside i-photo in I-MAC Snow Leopard finder?
In "save as" I create a new sub-folder called "Nature" in a "pictures" folder. I have probably at least 100 more pictures that are loose in "Pictures" folder I would like to move into "Nature." How do I do it? In Windows I would do it easily from Windows Explorers, where I could see all the pictures and folders on one screen and just drag the pictures into the folders I want them in. I'd like to be able to do that in Finder, but don't know how. I can't save to an album or event or face in i-photo when I edit and change it in preview or try to see it for an upload.
click on finder open a window and then go back and click on finder then new finder window (you will have 2 finder windows open. then you can then drag them from one folder to another between finders.
in iphoto you would have to import them IN to iphoto from finder and then export them back to finder and say replace.
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