Printing Photos From iPhoto

Take a look at some of the different ways you can print photos from iPhoto. You can use the standard print function to print one or more photos, group them on pages, and even include titles and other information. You can also use Pages to create more interesting printouts of single photos, groups of photos, or multiple copies of the same photo. Another option is to create a book and print one or more pages from it.

Comments: 15 Responses to “Printing Photos From iPhoto”

    Dr.Bernard Loewenthal
    6 years ago

    Excellent presentation! Lots I did not know. Thanks!

    MaryAnne Casella
    6 years ago

    Wow! Thanks for so much new (to me) information!!

    Junaid Kureshi
    6 years ago

    Wow, thats very very useful video, never thought of printing book directly through my printer. Thanks Gary.

    Carol Harness
    6 years ago

    Gary, this was a very useful video explanation. You do such a good service.
    Thanks so much.

    Adele McIntosh
    6 years ago

    Great video. I have been using older versions of iPhoto, and am so glad to discover all these great options in the newest version. PS, looks like you were on an Alaska Cruise, one of my faves!

      6 years ago

      Not a cruise, but I have been to Alaska a few times.

    Bob Joubert
    5 years ago

    Excellent!! Thanks very much Gary for the concise yet comprehensive explanations

    Joe Sandusky
    5 years ago

    Gary, this was excellent, but i would like to take it a little further and not sure how to get there. I would like to prepare collages of various photos with a blurred or cloud like edge at different angles. The total number may be up to 12 – 15 photos per 8 1/2 X 11. Is this possible within iPhoto?

      5 years ago

      For something like that you’d want to use graphics software like Photoshop or Pixelmator. You may also find some custom photo editing or printing software in the App Store if you look.

      Kerrie Redgate
      5 years ago

      GIMP is now available for Mac. It’s a free open source program that is similar to photoshop. I use it all the time, really great, does wondrous things but may take some time to discover it all. gimp.org

    Betti Franceschi
    5 years ago

    Please please make this so I can set up an email exactly this way.. it’s fine for printing, but i desperately need to email documents that I design this way.. and email them not as PDFs but directly visible as emails.

      5 years ago

      Emailing as PDFs is what you want to do. The problem with sending them as regular email is that every email client (Mail, Outlook, Gmail, Yahoo, mobile, iPad, etc) will show it differently. And each client has settings that the user can customize too. So sending complex designs in email is impossible. Email just isn’t designed that way.

    Mary
    5 years ago

    Is is possible to put the text right in the photo?

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