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During the period when I photographed New York City I sometimes got to hear requests to finally start photographing something else. Those voices got pretty quiet when I started photographing the beaches over here in California, but now it starts again from other sides: “enough with the beaches”, etc. I guess you have to deal with it until I move to Europe. This will be in less than six weeks.
Sorry for the harsh title, I didn’t mean to irritate you. But then again, there are a few possible outcomes everybody should be always aware of. In that sense, I think it’s perfectly appropriate to make each other feel uncomfortable at times.
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A picture from yesterday’s photo walk in La Jolla. The weather wasn’t typical California style which even made some people cancel. However the weather was perfect for HDR. I was pretty impressed how curious everybody was to learn the technique. It all ended in a Photoshop session where I showed my processing workflow to my most eager students. Lots of fun – thanks guys!
I’m getting ready for the photo walk tomorrow. I hope some of you are able to join.
It’s finally here – I’m excited about this. This is the New York City wall calendar for 2011 with 12 of my best New York images. All images are from the HDR series.
After going through various print-on-demand companies, I decided to go with RedBubble.com as I really like the quality and design they are offering. They also present themselves a bit more artsy and serious, but less gimmicky than most other companies that offer similar services.
In case you want one, you can order it right here, and I think you can pretty much get it from anywhere in the world. So far it got mostly ordered from people who work around my desk. I received it today and pretty much at the moment I took it out of the box I got the first buyers.
Once you are on RedBubble you can choose your currency.
- The US price for example is $27.17 per copy.
- If you order from Europe, you pay €18.59 per copy.
There are rebates for those who buy more than 2.
Note that the prices do not include shipping. The shipping costs vary depending on where you are.
Let me give you a quick tour (you can click on the photos to see more details):
The calendar is printed on beautifully thick 200gsm satin art paper. Colors come out very nicely.
The design is modern simplistic
I hope you’ll enjoy it, and feel free to send me your feedback!