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Import directly to iPhoto from remotely-connected devices Apps
Since iPhoto uses the Image Capture application to import pictures, and Image Capture supports Bonjour device sharing, it is possible to import pictures from devices connected to remote computers directly into iPhoto. This may be useful, for instance, if you want to import pictures from a USB 2.0 supporting device (lets call it source Mac) into a Mac which only supports USB 1.1 (destination Mac).

Connect the device to the source Mac, and if it doesn't do so automatically, open up the Image Capture application. Go under "Preferences..." and "Sharing" and enable "Share my devices", and the device you want to share. You may also want to password protect your device.

The trick in the destination Mac is that only opening up iPhoto will not reveal the new image source. You first need to open Image Capture in that machine as well, select "Devices" and "Browse Devices..." (⌘B) and select the device under "Remote Image Capture devices". You may then open up iPhoto and import the pictures as if the device was connected locally to the destination machine. You may even delete pictures after import. You need to close (or disable sharing) in the source Mac when you are done, since the device eject button in iPhoto will not work, though.
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