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Designing and submitting CalendarsIt's Calendar Season!Designing and submitting Calendars by Thunderstatement
Yes, that's right, the calendar submission season is upon us again.
Most of our artists' Calendars are submitted and sold late in the year between September and Christmas.
If you are planning to design and submit a Calendar, you are strongly advised to make use of the following tips and tricks.
Designing for a spiral-bound calendar can be a tricky task, but with the following information you should be good to go.
- Product size: 11x8.5 inches (=28x22cm)
- Aspect ratio: 1.29:1 (landscape format)
- Recommended source image dimensions: 1650x1275 pixels
- Excellent source image dimensions: 3300x2550 pixels
Calendars require 1/4th of an inch bleed edge per side, 3/8th of an inch on the bottom.
The bleed edge should be considered to exist inside the image itself. If you wish to add a border to your image, that is acceptab
!!! Night photography Tutorial V1.1 is out !!!Finally the Night Photography Tutorial version 1.1 is out.!!! Night photography Tutorial V1.1 is out !!! by ehlo
After a month of RFC (request for comments) the first stable version is out and broadcasted.
Its a pdf (http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/39997284/) document to download (so you can read it everywhere, even on toilets).
The document teaches you how to do night photos and gives some useful tricks.
This tutorial is for photographers as it explains how to achieve night photos with a camera and not with photo manipulation.
Download it here: http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/39997284/ and take a look !
Photographing People Vol. 12Photographing People is a monthly feature, that does exactly what it says on the tin - concentrates on showcasing photography featuring people. The pictures are divided into three different style categories, namely portraiture, fashion, and conceptual. These definitions are treated quite loosely though, and what ends up in which section depends on the mood and look of the piece, regardless of which DA category the work is submitted in. Every month I'll also try to bring you at least one interesting Feature of the month submission, which might be a good tutorial or an exceptionally interesting article, or even just a brilliant photograph, which deserves its own special spotlight.Photographing People Vol. 12 by mnoo
So, without further ado, here's this month's edition of Photographing People. Enjoy!