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Calendar Template PSDs for 2012
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FYI, I've just pushed calendar template PSD files for 2012, on my Photoshop calendar-template-building script page. If you can run the script, you don't need the templates, but if you can't, they'll perhaps be useful in making your own 2012 calendars.


Comments so far....

Jeffrey, thank you so much for providing us with such a lovely calendar template. I am a novice at Photoshop but wanted to make a calendar for a project that I’m working on…wa-la…what a gift. Thank you! I also very much enjoyed your photos…as I love people and agriculture. It was also fun to see Cosmos as lovely in your garden as they are in mine. – Deb from Montana – USA :-)

— comment by Debra on October 3rd, 2011 at 4:32am JST (2 years, 7 months ago) comment permalink

Hi. James from Edinburgh Scotland. I’ve downloaded the 2012 calendar template and its working great. However, I want to use a photograph of the Edinburgh Festival fireworks but when pasted onto the template it comes out, dull compared to the original. I have tried a few times on different months but get the same result. Other types of shot work really well. Any tips?

Adjust the opacity of the image layer. The default is fairly washed out because if it’s too strong, the combination with the numbers and grid of the calendar just looks messy. But if it’s too weak, futz with the layer opacity. —Jeffrey

— comment by James Glass on November 11th, 2011 at 8:58pm JST (2 years, 5 months ago) comment permalink
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