Uploading a Photo
If you would like to use a photo in your jacket, that is pretty easy to do. Whether it's a a texture to use in the background, a portrait or even just a shot of an item, it all starts with getting the photo off of your camera. If the camera that you used is a phone, the first two videos are for you. If not, jump down to the fine video
Many students and adults even think that the best way to move photos is by emailing them to yourself. You do not want to do this! Email will compress the photo throwing out some of the pixels to make the file smaller. In other words, emailing it will sacrifice quality. Instead we will move them to Google Drive. This process is different on iOS and Android so check out the information for your specific type of phone.
This video will explain how to move your photos from phone to drive, however, if you are using an updated version of iOS you may need to change camera to shoot in JPEG instead of Apple's own file type. So if you are going to shoot new pics, follow the steps on the second video first. You can always search for a website to convert your HEIC files afterward, but changing this first will save you some work.
Since Android already comes with Drive and you should have an account already linked it will be easy for you move your photos. The video below will explain the process.
Transferring from a Memory Card
If you are savvy enough to have your own camera, you probably know how to transfer your own pictures, but if not, I got you! The video below will explain how to use the memory card and windows to move your photos.