The Making of Calendars
November 14, 2012 by Pearl
It’s not just about taking good pictures. There is a lot more to the making of art calendars than the photography part. Donald spends a lot of time at design meetings to plan out future creations.
The production pictures of two of his most recent calendars – Storms and Gardens – are shown here. Much of the planning can be done on computers.
He works closely with the printing press company to ensure production moves smoothly along. Getting the look and feel of the calendars is important so checks are made at every step.
Once printed, the calendar sheets have to be collated and cut. Then bound and stapled before being placed into crystal clear bags. After that, it’s off to Amazon!
Please enjoy exploring all of Donald’s photography calendars here on Amazon