With Photos for Mac, you can import your photographs from a variety of sources, including digital cameras, iOS devices, storage media, SD memory cards, iCloud Photo Streams and other apps.
By default, when you connect a camera, iOS device or other mobile device to your Mac, Photos’ hot-plug feature kicks in and automatically launches itself so you can start importing your photos from there.
Thankfully, there’s a setting to stop Photos from auto-opening when a specific device is connected to your computer. Additionally, other methods exit to stop the program from launching for all devices connected to your Mac.
In the tutorial, we’ll be explaining both methods so you can choose to selectively prevent specific or all devices from prompting Photos to open.... Read the rest of this post here
"How to stop Photos from auto-launching upon connecting an imaging device to your Mac" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
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