How to Order Prints in Photos on Mac

You can order prints in Photos on your Mac if you don't want to print yourself or wish to have more professional printing quality.

“Photos for Mac” is where I keep tons of my memorable shots. One of the main reasons I like to keep them on the computer is that the stock app has tons of imposing tools to edit images. Beyond editing, there is also an option to order prints in Photos on Mac.

So, if you have some wonderful photos and want to get them printed with professional quality in a range of sizes, you can get it done right from the Photos app. Let’s find out how it works!

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How to Order Prints in Photos on MacHow to Order Prints in Photos for Mac

Step #1. Launch Photos app on your Mac.

Step #2. Now, you need to select the photos you want to order prints.

Note: To select multiple photos simply hold down the command key on your keyboard while selecting images.

Step #3. Next, click on the Add (+) button in a sidebar next to My Projects.

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Click on Plus Button in Photos App on MacNote: The “+” will be hidden but when you move the pointer next to My Projects.

Step #4. Next up, you have to click on Prints.

Select Prints in Photos App on MacStep #5. Up next, you have to click on the Select button to choose which print options you want.

Click on Select button you want in Photos App on MacStep #6. You have several options to enhance your photos.

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  • Simply double-click a photo to open the Photo Options window. Then, you will be able to apply a filter, change the cropping and zoom level, and even edit it.
  • You can select white borders around the photos, or a glossy finish at the top right corner.

Note: white borders don’t support Auto-Size prints.

  • You can specify the number of printed copies of a photo: To do so, click the photo to select it, click the Options button in the toolbar and enter the number of copies you wish in the Copies field.
  • To add more photos to your order, you need to click the Prints button in the toolbar and select Add Photos. Then, choose the photos you wish to add and click Add.
  • To change the print size of your order, you have to click the Prints button in the toolbar and select Change Size. Next, choose the size.
  • If you want to change the size of an individual photo, choose the photo first and click the Prints button in the toolbar.
  • To add more print sizes to your order, click the Prints button in the toolbar and select Add Another Size. Then, select the additional print size you want.

If you want to add another size to an individual photo, select the photo and click the Prints button in the toolbar.

In case you click on the Cancel Order button, you will be able to save the order if you want to return to it later.

You can click the Order Prints button if you are done.

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Click on Order Prints button in Photos app on MacStep #7. Next up, may be asked to agree to the terms and conditions. Click the Add Shipping Address button and choose an address to send it to.

Click Add Shipping Address button and Choose address in Photo AppClick on Quantity. Just in case you wish to order more than one set of prints, adjust them accordingly.

You have the option to select standard or express shipping based on your region.

You should see the estimated delivery day, click the Place Order button.

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Click on Quantity and then Click Place Order button in Photos AppSign in with your Apple ID and password to confirm.

That’s done!

Now, wait for the package to be delivered to you.

Wrapping up:

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Have any feedback? Shoot it in the comments below and don’t fail to let us know the quality of the print once the package is delivered.

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Jignesh Padhiyar
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