To copy an image from the desktop, right-click the image in the browser window, then choose Command ‑ S (by default on your keyboard)5. To open another browser with the same photo (e.g. Google Chrome), select it from the list of available browsers. For details on how this works, see How to Save an Image to a Website on Mac 1. On the image, hold down the Option (Command) key and click the save icon. A window will open, with information about the image's size, type, and file name.2. Press the ↓ symbol in the bottom-right corner of the window. The file will be named open after it has been saved.3. A copy of the file will be saved to your Desktop in the folder location you selected4. If there's no folder located in your Desktop, a folder will be created in the location you chose.5. Alternatively, if you would like to keep the image on your Desktop after it's been saved, open the folder and drag the open file there 6. Once the image is ready to be opened, right-click the open folder icon and click ‹Open with› for Finder (or OS X Yosemite for El Capitan). You can then browse your Desktop for more Desktop files; the file should be listed.7. A copy will be saved to your Documents folder.8. To copy an image to a website on Mac (or PC for Windows), open the website using Chrome or Firefox, then go to the image's webpage. Once at the webpage, click the Save as button. The copy will be saved in the image's location where you saved it from Safari on the Mac. The website will then be opened for browsing. How to Save as a Google Drive Link within an HTML Email message 1. Use Chrome to access Google Drive, then paste the link into the message.2. Paste the link to the address bar of the Chrome browser that you want to send your message to. For Windows users: In Chrome, click the menu, and then click Tools.3. In the Toolbars pane, click on the toolbox box next to the link toolbar and choose Select File.4. A window will pop up, allowing you to enter the file name to save as (in this case, a Google Drive link).