The first batch of calendars are back from the printer and look great, »
I’ve done all the editing I can do on the photograph files, redone the InDesign files (multiple times, there were debates about text size as well as positioning and type face) and imported all image files and produced the PDFs. Phew. »
We did make an attempt to get the calendar ready even earlier this year and started work back in August. Back then, there was still a question as to whether to do another calendar using photographs of flowers, or to make use of the extra photographs of Yorkshire from our trip there in May. »
I have completed the process, with Jill’s help, of selecting and sequencing photographs for a new calendar, for 2015. This time it is a collection of photographs of flowers, some of them a few years old, but some only a few weeks. Now I can move on to production, getting the images into InDesign and off to the printer for reproduction and collation (they do the heavy work of creating the stands and adding the spiral). »
I’ve started thinking about my calendar for 2014. I know, the bookstores started getting their stocks on display in June. Not to worry. I’m thinking of doing black and white photographs of trees. I discovered a ‘new’ place to hike in town this weekend, at County Farm Park. Not »
After the success of my Cornwall 2012 calendar, I have put together a new calendar for 2013. All the photographs were taken in 2012 in Michigan, indeed most of them in Ann Arbor.