By Lesa Snider
There’s nothing like printing your own photography, though adorning your walls with your own art can be intimidating. A safe way to print—and thus enjoy—your digital memories is to create a calendar in Photos for OS X. At 13 by 10.4 inches, Apple’s calendars are big and printed on thick, high-quality paper so they look better than the ones you get anywhere else. They’re stunning and they make great gifts.
The calendars you create in Photos can be customized in myriad ways. You can choose from a variety of themes, customize the look of each page, add captions, national holidays, pull events from your Calendar app, and plop pictures onto individual date squares (great for birthdays!). You’re not stuck with a 12-month calendar either—you can include up to 24 months if you wish, and you don’t have to start with January. Apple’s calendars are also affordable: a 12-month calendar costs $20 (add $1.49 for each additional month). This column walks you through the process of creating own. (Creating a calendar in iPhoto is a similar process.)
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