After downloading the free Mimeo Photos app in the Mac App Store, follow these steps to start creating your custom photobook.
1. Select Your Photos
Select photos or an entire album that you would like to include in your photobook.
Pro tip: If you would like to add more photos after creating your photobook project you can easily do so by dragging and dropping photos into your project.
2. Create Your Photobook Project
Click the plus icon (+) next to My Projects and then select Book → Mimeo Photos. Your new photobook project will automatically open.
3. Choose Photobook Dimensions
Select either a hardcover or softcover book and the size dimensions. For more details on the photobook products we offer, check out this article.
Pro Tip: You can always change the photobook size and cover settings later on, but it may affect existing layouts and designs.
4. Toggle Autofill Preference
The autofill feature automatically places your photos throughout your photobook. By disabling autofill on the top right corner when prompted to select a theme, you will be able to place your images into your photobook layouts manually.
5. Select Your Theme
Mimeo Photos offers countless themes (including your identical Apple favorites) to pre-design your photobook with unique layouts, fonts, and colors. And for unlimited creativity, start from scratch with the blank theme.
6. Customize Your Photobook
Customize your photobook with additional edits, adjustments, and designs. Mimeo Photos offers countless layouts, background colors, text options, and more to create a photobook exactly to your imagination.
For more creating and editing tips, check out our helpful articles here.
8. Ordering Your Photobook
After your photobook is ready to print, select the “Buy” button on the top right corner.
After inputting shipping and credit card information, you can also adjust the quantity of your order and enter a promo code before placing your order.
Looking for more information about creating customized photobooks? You may find the answers to these FAQs helpful: