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myxpyr

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Calendars
« on: 21:00:50, 06/01/20 »
I sometimes use my photographs to produce calendars for friends and family. Here's the latest
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Jac

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Re: Calendars
« Reply #1 on: 10:02:28, 07/01/20 »
I do the same and my partner does one for me.
Do you put the previous year's photos on the appropriate month so you can see what you was happening 'this time a year ago'?
If so it's a good idea to arrange the photos you want as the year proceeds. I didn't and it's taken a whole day slaving over the computer to work it out - sore eyes, painful back, - how on earth did I manage it when I was working.

BTW no link to your calendar?
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So many paths yet to walk, so little time left

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Re: Calendars
« Reply #2 on: 10:18:04, 07/01/20 »
myxpyr, you say 'here's the latest' but I can't find a link to it.


For years my kids have done a photo book for my wife for Christmas with pictures from the year. We have loads of photos stored electronically but the only ones that ever get looked at are the ones in the books.


This year I had printed for my son, and a copy for me, a book with a picture of him on each of the Wainwrights. It was quite expensive to have done but they email offers so I waited until it was half price.
Link to pictures of a boy in mist below, if you flick the pages fast enough you can watch him grow up.
https://www.bonusprint.co.uk/view-online-photo-book/a62d6642-9f52-4dbb-bc76-b07d7cf89b1c

myxpyr

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Re: Calendars
« Reply #3 on: 10:21:09, 07/01/20 »
To Jac and Ridge;Thanks for replies. For some reason or other I couldn't get the images uploaded. I'll work on it.

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Re: Calendars
« Reply #4 on: 10:21:40, 07/01/20 »
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« Reply #5 on: 10:22:39, 07/01/20 »
Ah, at last :) That's the front cover

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myxpyr

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« Reply #7 on: 10:26:43, 07/01/20 »
Sorry, the images are a bit big. You'll have to do some scrolling ;)

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Re: Calendars
« Reply #8 on: 10:30:45, 07/01/20 »


This year I had printed for my son, and a copy for me, a book with a picture of him on each of the Wainwrights. It was quite expensive to have done but they email offers so I waited until it was half price.
Link to pictures of a boy in mist below, if you flick the pages fast enough you can watch him grow up.
https://www.bonusprint.co.uk/view-online-photo-book/a62d6642-9f52-4dbb-bc76-b07d7cf89b1c
My missus' son had a book done for me for the Christmas following my trek to Everest Base Camp.It was brilliant and remains one of my treasured possessions

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« Reply #9 on: 11:13:55, 07/01/20 »
I've tried reducing the size:









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« Reply #10 on: 11:15:31, 07/01/20 »
Ooops, some of the calendar grid lines seem to have disappeared :(

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« Reply #11 on: 16:02:59, 07/01/20 »

................but the only ones that ever get looked at are the ones in the books.


My partner still makes up a traditional photograph album as he has done since the year dot though now using photos printed from digital. There are 21 albums so far and the grandchildren love going through them. All the other digital photos stay unseen on the computer.

Excellent calendar myxpyr. Have also really enjoyed your youtube  video of your Everest trip
So many paths yet to walk, so little time left

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Re: Calendars
« Reply #12 on: 19:48:49, 08/01/20 »
My partner still makes up a traditional photograph album as he has done since the year dot though now using photos printed from digital. There are 21 albums so far and the grandchildren love going through them. All the other digital photos stay unseen on the computer.

Excellent calendar myxpyr. Have also really enjoyed your youtube  video of your Everest trip
Many thanks for your kind comments