Saturday, December 22, 2007


I've been thinking (for several years) about putting a calendar of my images. Finally, the other day, I pulled together a dozen shots from my microstock submissions, and sent them off to my favorite processing lab: Mpix. They did a (predictably) wonderful job, it looks great. Much better than the samples I've seen at places like OfficeMax, Kinkos and Wal*Mart.

Here's what I used:

January -
February -
March -
April -
May -
June -
July -
August -
September -
October -
November -
December -

Locations: January - Charleston Falls, near Dayton, OH. February - Land Between The Lakes, Western KY. March - Pontiac, IL. April - West Alton, Missouri. May - Niles, OH. June - New River Gorge, WV. July - Funk's Grove, IL. August - Bellflower, IL. September - Edwardsville, IL. October - Highland, IL. November - Seattle, WA. December - Land Between The Lakes, Western KY.


John Roberts said...

I think you made good choices for your photo calendar. I tried a photo book from MPIX that I'm going to give to my Mother for Christmas (don't tell!). The colors weren't quite as saturated as they would have been in prints, but I was still pleased with how it came out.

Sherry said...

those are terrific choices.

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas Larry to you and your family! I hope 2008 brings you health and wealth along with many wonderful memories! Keep your lens focused and those batteries full and keep shooting those awesome photos!

Your friend in AK!

photowannabe said...

I think they were great choices. I have been thinking of putting together a book sometime myself. I think you have inspired me.
Have a wonderful Christmas.