[Hidden-tech] Photo Calendar Printing

Lynn Nichols lynn at starstruckdesign.com
Fri Dec 9 11:43:01 EST 2011

I did a calendar last year for Foxfire Fiber & Designs in Shelburne and 
I used 48HourPrint.com. They do both digital and offset printing and 
have some pretty good pricing. Their quality is very good. The client 
was very pleased.


BTW - They are located in Boston, so fairly local as online printers go...


On 12/8/11 12:24 PM, Alan Hurwitz wrote:
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> Hey folks,
> It was great to see so many of you at the Hotel Northampton last evening, bad weather and all. We have a committed, as well as very collaborative group. Thanks to Claudia et al for their great organizing effort.
> A photo-buddy of mine made a great suggestion, of my making a calendar of some of my best photos, and sending them as a holiday gift to some of my organization development clients. I've been working successfully on doing that via iPhoto on my MacBook, but just discovered that Apple charges more than $20 per calendar, even if they are ordered in bulk.
> I wonder if it might be possible to convey the completed iPhoto file to a local printer and have them produce the actual calendars, I hopefully imagine at a much cheaper price. At this point I'm envisioning between 30 and 50.
> Any thoughts? BTW - I usually use Aperture (and Photoshop), but for some reason iPhoto is the only one that has a program for making calendars, and a pretty user-friendly one at that. Thanks for whatever guidance you can provide.
> Saludos,
> Alan Hurwitz
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Lynn A. Nichols, Starstruck Design
Gill, MA • 413-863-7752 • lynn at starstruckdesign.com

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