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  • I had so many questions and requests to show how I made those calendar layouts last week using photos from my vacation to Italy, that I’m going to give you a step-by-step on how it was done (and how to make your own).

    Now, before I go any further; most of this was done using Apple’s iPhoto application (which comes free with every Mac), and it’s absolutely brilliant for stuff like this. If you’re using a Windows PC, then later in the week I’ll have a separate tutorial on how to achieve a similar look in Photoshop (but it takes a bit more work).

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    STEP ONE: Import your photos into Apple’s iPhoto application, then create an Album (similar to a collection in Lightroom, or a Playlist in iTunes) by clicking on the + (plus sign) icon in the bottom left corner of the iPhoto window. Name your Album, then drag your newly imported photos into this album. Once your photos are in their own Album (seen above—click for a larger image), click the Calendar button in the toolbar at the bottom of the window (as shown above).

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    STEP TWO: This brings up the Calendar window (shown above) where you choose which theme you want for your calendar from the list of themes on the left side. I choose the Classic Theme (as seen above), and it shows you a preview of how that style of calendar looks in the main part of the window. Once you’ve chosen Classic, click the Choose button.

    Last year we had a number of disappointed people who found out too late that a Photoshop World pre-conference workshop they wanted to attend was sold out, so I'm just giving you a heads up now----they're gonna sell out, so if you want to go to one, you need to snag your spot now. [Note: Pre-conference workshops are optional in-depth four-hour workshops on a specific topic, with a limited class size, held the day before the Photoshop World Conference & Expo begins. Most are $89 if you sign up in advance, but some of the live locations shoot are a bit more, because we have to provide buses, and rent locations, etc.]. Here's the list of this year's pre-conference workshops: NAPP On-Location Photo Safari (with Moose Peterson & Joe McNally) (SOLD OUT) On-Location Wedding Shoot (with David Ziser--shown above) The Epson Print Academy (with…

    A couple of weeks back, I ran an article called "How to get exactly what we want in the next versions of Photoshop and Lightroom" (here's the link), and in it I floated this fairly "out there" concept: Imagine if Adobe agreed to contact it's registered Photoshop users to find out exactly which features they wanted to see in the next version of Photoshop, and then Adobe's engineers committed to including ALL of the "top 10" most popular features in the next version of Photoshop, no ifs, ands or butts. That'd be pretty wild, eh? Now, I want to make it clear that Adobe could add absolutely as many "other" features as they wanted, so they're could be 50 or 100 new features, but those "top 10" would have to be included no matter what. That way, we'd get exactly what we want, plus…

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