Calendar Preset Follow-Up

A couple of week’s ago, I posted about some awesome calendar print presets created by blog reader Ed Weaver. Well, another blog reader (Thomas Ljungberg) was kind enough to follow up and create some more calendar print templates for those of you (mostly outside the US) who’s calendar week starts on Monday (kinda makes more sense to me anyway) :)
If you haven’t seen the post yet then make sure you go back and check it out. The original idea, and follow up from Thomas is absolutely clever, outstanding, and very well put together.

Here’s the link to Thomas’s non-US templates. Thanks Thomas!


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  1. The preset was great BUT in the month of March, it only showed 30 days and not 31

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  2. Another good tip to isolate your photo :

    Press Apple and shift and L

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  3. great preset, but July has 31 days, the psd download has July with 30 days

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  4. Lightroom 2 Live tour ???

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  5. The calendars are cool! Is there a way to create a print template like what Scott Kelby used in his 2010 portrait project without going into photoshop?

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  6. I used your calendar templet and gave one to all of my clients.
    They looked wonderful! Thank you for making me look good as well!

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  7. Matt,

    The calendars look incredible printed on metallic paper. I got mine from Red River, but I assume any of them would be good.

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  8. When you think about it, it really does make more sense to have the weeks start on Monday. Heck, they do call Saturday and Sunday the “week end”!

    Nice job, Thomas!


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  9. As one of the guys who commented on the former thread regarding the starting weekdays, I’d like to say a BIG THANK YOU to Thomas for the templates!

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  10. Wow, thank you for the mentioning Matt! I’ve had people requesting full layered US templates as well. I’m working on those and hope to have them up soon.


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