Join Jan Kabili for an in-depth discussion in this video Choosing calendar settings, part of Photoshop Elements 11 Essentials: 04 Creative Effects and Projects.
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You can make a great looking wall calendar in Elements to show off your best…photos throughout the year.…Making a calendar is a lot like making a photo book,…so if you're planning to make a calendar, I'd suggest you watch the movies in…both this chapter on photo calendars, and the preceding chapter on making photo books.…I'm starting here in the Organizer, where I'm going to select some photos to…include in a calendar.…I'll click on this photo, hold the Shift key, and click on this one to select all…of the photos in the folder that I've selected over here on the left.…And by the way, you can be in either view of the Folders panel to do this.…
I've selected enough photos for 12 months, and a calendar title page, along…with a few extras, since some of the calendar page layouts use more than one…photo, and I'd like to add more photos than I need to choose from as I'm…building my calendar.…When you're making your own calendar, make sure to start with photos that are…big enough to print well on your printer.…
- Building slideshows with text, graphics, and music
- Creating a photo book
- Making a photo calendar
- Outputting a photo greeting card
- Customizing a photo collage
- Adding and editing text
- Combining photos
- Adding filters and preset effects
Skill Level Beginner
1. Creative Photo Effects in Expert Edit
2. Creative Graphic Effects in Expert Edit
3. Slideshows (Windows Only)
Adding music to a slideshow5m 24s
4. Photo Books
5. Photo Calendars
6. Photo Greeting Cards
7. Photo Collages
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