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Friday, May 11, 2012

2013 Pocket Calendar Template

This single pocket calendar template for photoshop is designed to print at 4 X 6 inches, but if you actually need this to fit into a shirt pocket or small wallet, you can size your ready-to-print design down to the correct size using photoshop.  The .psd template file contains the designs for both the front and the back of the calendar. Replace the images with your own, and replace the text to reflect your own business or website and get ready to print.

This design shows two images on the front, but if you have a single vertical image, you can use only one instead of the two - just make sure your text (if you use it) is readable over the image you've used. If necessary, you can add a layer under the text with a solid colour band to make your text stand out.

The back of this calendar has a text layer that matches the beige background of the front, but both of these backgrounds can be changed or removed in the .psd file. You can use your own textured background or simply use a plain white or black background. If using these as a free give-away to promote your own business, then you would be wise to match the design to your own business branding. For portrait photographer's, this would be a useful bonus to give with a portrait print, using the client's own portrait on the front; for sports photographer's who do local team sports, what better than to include one with your sports package for the coach, or the team sponsor?


calendar template said...

I had downloaded the link, http://photographyofgrace.com/3dTextures/2013SinglePocketCalendarTemplate.psd, Really it will be useful to me. Thanks for the share!

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