On the PC, share the folder that all your photo's are in.
On the PC, create an account for the same username as the one you use on the Mac.
On the Mac, set "Allow windows Sharing" Fill in the rest of the questions under the accounts button
On the PC, grant that user name administrative access to the shared folder.
On the Mac, on the menubar, click on Network.
The PC, should be visible.
Double click the PC icon, log onto the PC using the name of the account you just created, and the password.
The shared folder should mount on the Mac desktop. Drag and drop from there.
Alternative, create an account for the PC usersname on the Mac.
Do the "all windows sharing" thing.
On the PC, Map a network drive. Enter the IP address of the Mac. Enter username and password. The mac should now be an attached network drive on the PC
I bought a Mini-Mac w/1GB mem and a 60G HD with a 300GB USB drive. I have Photoshop CS, Adobe Lightroom , outlook 2004 along with all the other stiff that comes with it.
I have been a PC user since day, Now I am a semi-pro photographer and thought I would try a mini out. Really struggling with the learning curve using the Mini. Opening the programs and running them are not too bad. I use shortcuts for most everything and I have picked up the CMD key without much trouble. The problem is more with Networking with my PC (over 2,000 photos), moving, copying, finding files and drives. Generally understanding the OS and how to use it.
Any suggestions for online resources would be greatly appreciated. For what I have done so far I love the Mac just need to figure how to get it out of first gear.