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mountain photography calendar

Postby bif » Tue Dec 21, 2010 8:54 am

I am looking for a mountain calendar for 2011. Not just one with mountains of the world, but a 14ers calendar. Then I thought that maybe dancesatmoonrise has a calendar with his photographs. So then I thought this would be a great project for Bill's 14ers store.

Does anyone know of any such thing; 2011 calander made with photographs from member's mountain photographs?
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Re: mountain photography calendar

Postby mattpayne11 » Tue Dec 21, 2010 9:04 am

I know of a few and have thought about making one myself but have had very little time lately.

Terry Mathews does a calendar every year - his photography skills are pretty impressive.

http://tlmathews.com/blog/

Jason Wichman also does a calendar, but the focus is not 100% mountains:

http://www.summit-photography.net/2010/2011_Calendar/index.html

Would love to see a Dancesatmoonrise calendar - Jim takes some great shots!

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Re: mountain photography calendar

Postby yorksman » Tue Dec 21, 2010 11:48 am

Hate to state the obvious Colorado Fourteeners.

I made a calendar for the first time this year Colorado 2011
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Re: mountain photography calendar

Postby unclegar » Tue Dec 21, 2010 11:52 am

yorksman wrote:Hate to state the obvious Colorado Fourteeners.


I just bought this calendar at a calendar store in the mall. Didn't realize it was a CMC thing until I got home with it. I was thinking of making my own too. Maybe next year.

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Re: mountain photography calendar

Postby bif » Tue Dec 21, 2010 12:01 pm

Jason , do you have a calendar made up of colorado mts?

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Re: mountain photography calendar

Postby yorksman » Tue Dec 21, 2010 12:07 pm

unclegar wrote:
yorksman wrote:Hate to state the obvious Colorado Fourteeners.

I just bought this calendar at a calendar store in the mall. Didn't realize it was a CMC thing until I got home with it. I was thinking of making my own too. Maybe next year.


Just curious whats wrong with it being a CMC calendar, you bought it for the pictures right?
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Re: mountain photography calendar

Postby Monster5 » Tue Dec 21, 2010 12:25 pm

Yorksman - how did the final Calendar product from Zazzle turn out? I was pretty disappointed with my personalized kinkos calendars once they came in - the images turned out pretty dull, dark, and fuzzy with their printing.
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Re: mountain photography calendar

Postby gonzalj » Tue Dec 21, 2010 12:59 pm

I made my own Colorado Mountain Calendar this year. Not every picture is a 14er, but some of the 14ers included in the calendar are Elbert, the bells, Pyramid, Capitol, Wetterhorn & the wilson group. Let me know if you want to see it and I'll figure out where to upload it (the file size is very big, so it makes things a little more complicated)?

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Re: mountain photography calendar

Postby MtHurd » Tue Dec 21, 2010 1:25 pm

Here ya go. Apparently someone doesn't like CMC stuff, so get Todd Caudle's stuff instead.

http://www.skylinepress.com/calendars_2011.htm

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Re: mountain photography calendar

Postby peter303 » Tue Dec 21, 2010 1:39 pm

Or some interesting slide show sequences for your stand-alone or computer photo display.

Each 14er in order of altitude
Each 14er in order of difficultly
Each 14er in alphabetic order
Each 14er in order you first summited
Each 14er from east to west, south to north, etc.
The same 14er summit photographed once a minute for entire day
The same 14er summit photographed daily every day a year
Hopscotching through the 14ers: photographed from the nearest 14er, then jump to that, etc.

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Re: mountain photography calendar

Postby MtHurd » Tue Dec 21, 2010 1:44 pm

Maybe we can talk Kane into making a calendar...

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Re: mountain photography calendar

Postby yorksman » Tue Dec 21, 2010 2:28 pm

Barry Raven wrote:Here ya go. Apparently someone doesn't like CMC stuff, so get Todd Caudle's stuff instead.

http://www.skylinepress.com/calendars_2011.htm



FYI - Todd actually puts the CMC Calendar together on behalf of the CMC.
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