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Re: R U interested in a 14er Calendar?

Postby sunny1 » Wed Aug 31, 2011 6:01 pm

Interested - I've seen your pics, Yorksman. "Like" :D
Do we get to see a sample of what will be in the calendar prior to purchase?
Like the preview idea.

I need a good calendar for work - "good" means it's distracting from the business at hand! :mrgreen:
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Re: R U interested in a 14er Calendar?

Postby d_baker » Wed Aug 31, 2011 6:01 pm

Craig Cook wrote:And if you have the funds, I suggest purchasing some photos from DancesatMoonrise for the calendar. He always has amazing photos.

Nothing against Jim, but have you looked at the op's website? I think he'll do just fine without Jim's (or anyone elses) photos.
Good luck Jody with your calendar!

EDIT: I should have read through the whole page before responding :oops: , I saw Matt's response about Jody's handywork.

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Re: R U interested in a 14er Calendar?

Postby Craig Cook » Wed Aug 31, 2011 6:34 pm

d_baker wrote:
Craig Cook wrote:And if you have the funds, I suggest purchasing some photos from DancesatMoonrise for the calendar. He always has amazing photos.

Nothing against Jim, but have you looked at the op's website? I think he'll do just fine without Jim's (or anyone elses) photos.
Good luck Jody with your calendar!

EDIT: I should have read through the whole page before responding :oops: , I saw Matt's response about Jody's handywork.


Yeah, I realized my mistake, and have plans to check out the OP's photos.
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Re: R U interested in a 14er Calendar?

Postby yorksman » Wed Aug 31, 2011 6:59 pm

Thanks guys for the response, you can see some of my 14er images on my website http://www.jodygrigg.com just click on the galleries tab up top. As of right now my website does not have any of my landscape images that I have taken this year.

On zazzle you can see my Colorado 2011 Calendar http://www.zazzle.com/colorado_2011_calendar-158984851543664402

The ones I printed for myself and family were this option Huge: 14.25" x 22" (each page is 14.25" x 11"): $25.95 ea
Images were full page ie 14.25x11. I made no money on selling these calendars as you can see by the listed price is copied from there website, I do have the option of up marking the calendars but I just wanted to share my work with others.

As couple of you mis-understood my post a little, this would be my own images. Hope this answers some questions.....and yes on the zazzle page you would be able to see a preview but I think I would also post the images here for you too. I will have the calendar ready to go by the beginning of November that way I still have time to maybe get some other shots.

Jody
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Re: R U interested in a 14er Calendar?

Postby Dancesatmoonrise » Wed Aug 31, 2011 7:23 pm

d_baker wrote:
Craig Cook wrote:And if you have the funds, I suggest purchasing some photos from DancesatMoonrise for the calendar. He always has amazing photos.

Nothing against Jim, but have you looked at the op's website? I think he'll do just fine without Jim's (or anyone elses) photos.
Good luck Jody with your calendar!


Agree completely, though certainly appreciate the favorable sentiment.

Jodi, your work is sublime. Can't wait to see your picks for 2012!

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Re: R U interested in a 14er Calendar?

Postby Dancesatmoonrise » Wed Aug 31, 2011 7:29 pm

PS - love that 2011 calendar, Jody. Especially the winter shots from the Bells. Outstanding!

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Re: R U interested in a 14er Calendar?

Postby HOCKEYFAN » Wed Aug 31, 2011 8:04 pm

I am definitely interested!!! The shots that you post on 'TRs' are amazing!!! Although, I personally would love a collaboration with you and 'Dancesatmoonrise', as always, just my opinion!!! Please keep me up to date on progress and such!!!

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Re: R U interested in a 14er Calendar?

Postby Craig Cook » Wed Aug 31, 2011 8:31 pm

Jody,

I just looked at your 2011 Colorado calendar photos and am going through your galleries right now. Amazing stuff!

I'm not a big cycling person, but I work at a newspaper sports department and we had items every day about the Pro Cycling Challenge, so it was cool seeing those photos as well.
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