Happy Thanksgiving Weekend! My son’s go to University of Florida and one goes to Florida State. So we have a big rivalry football day today 🙂 I hope you’re able to do something fun as well and maybe this project will give you an idea or two.
A few weeks back I released my 2023 calendar templates. I put each month in an individual image and I showed you some ways to lay them out in Lightroom and Photoshop. But some one mentioned it would be nice to have ALL MONTHS in one image. So I created one for you. Below is the link to download just the JPG of all the months as well as a quick tutorial idea on how to use it.
Also, if you missed the full calendar template release, just click here. I released it a few weeks ago, but I know some of you may have missed it. Enjoy!
Click here to download the full year JPG image with all months, that I use in this tutorial.
It’s super nice of you to post the calendar. Very clean design.
You guys are great. I live In Eugene Oregon.
my workshops took a big dive due to COVID but I hope to get them started again 2023. I take people on photography journeys with purpose .
Thank you for the calendar. BTW you’re the best instructor in Photoshop!!!
Thanks for all you do!
Cool stuff, Matt. I already created a 2023 Calendar (actually, two) using your templates for friends and family.
Thanks for that and this as well!
Thanks so much for the calendar templates. I use them every year to create Christmas gifts.
What a beautiful idea. Thanks so much!
Thank you so much Matt – I love the idea of a full year calendar with a photo.
Do you have a tutorial on how to transfer a large number of photos on a Samsung cell phone to a desktop computer? Thanks!! Judy Kramer
Hi Judy. I don’t have anything on that. Maybe a google search on the topic would help you out?
Try using Dropbox.
Thank you Matt for the templates and helpful videos on how to create calendars in LR. But how does one take all these jpeg files (one per month) and turn them into a spiral bound calendar? When searching for any type of calendar print service it assumes you will upload photos into their templates. Any recommendations (I am in the US.)
You would simply just order a calendar from a printing website. This templates are more for the types of images I showed them with. It wouldn’t be worth the work to manually created your own and then try to get it printed.