How to set image in Photos for Mac as desktop wallpaper
This article provides the information about how to set image in Photos for Mac as desktop Wallpaper. Exporting an image to a folder in the Finder, and then adding that folder in the Desktop & Screen Saver pane in System Preferences is one way to use your favorite photos as desktop wallpapers.
However, Photos for Mac has a built-in option for quickly setting any image in your photo library as a desktop wallpaper. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to set any image in the Photos app as your Mac’s wallpaper without the need to export files and deal with duplicate copies.
How to set image in Photos for Mac as desktop wallpaper:
- Initially, launch Photos on your Mac.
- Select an album or moment, and then highlight a single image you would like to set as your desktop wallpaper.
- Click the Share button in the toolbar and choose Set Desktop Picture. Voila, the chosen image is instantly applied as your desktop wallpaper.
This is a great shortcut as Photos takes the pain out of the process which would otherwise involve image conversion, saving and setting it as a desktop wallpaper.