Chapter 7. Make Projects


Too often with our photos, this is the end of the story. We capture, import, edit, and share a few, and then move on to the next photo adventure and start the process again.

You’ll notice a distinct absence of paper. For most of the history of photography, a “photo” didn’t exist beyond the negative until it was printed on paper.

Digital photography has pushed paper away, but now there are actually many more options for putting images to paper—you don’t need to leave Photos for OS X to do them. Using the application’s Projects features, you can create photo books, calendars, cards, and prints, order them from Apple, and ...

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