So I did a thing… Wanna guess what it is?

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I’m geeking out over here!

I feel like I’ve finally put my big girl panties on by creating something that other professional photographers will actually find useful.

You ready for it?

drum rollllllllllllllllllll…

I created a 365 Photo Project Photoshop calendar template to help out my fellow photog friends!

Ok, I apologize for being dramatic, but I had to make this at least a bit interesting. 

In all seriousness, this is a pretty big deal because if you’re like me, you’re a photoshop user and have probably found yourself frustrated searching the internet trying to find one of these dang image calendar templates.

My endless search results only landed me with a  ton of templates for Lightroom, which are obviously useless for me. I’m not switching over to Lightroom – there I said it.

::whew:: now, that my conscious is clear about that – I just wanted to say how stoked I am about this template.

I KNOW that it will be something useful in the documentary community.

It’s been meticulously created with organization and ease as it’s primary function and users are already raving about it!

This is by far the easiest and most organized photoshop template I have ever used. It was simple and I’m definitely happy with the final product. I use LR for editing but generally use photoshop for things like this and also find the Lightroom templates, slideshows, etc to be frustrating and not *quite* what I want so this was a perfect match. It took the most difficult (and most dreaded) part out of my first month in the 365 project.



Photo Credit: Natosha Cundiff |


So that’s my thing. And I’m so incredibly proud because I get to see other photog’s  share their daily images like this:

Photo Credit: Laura Froese |


and this:

Photo Credit: Sarah Joos |


And it makes my heart full knowing that I’ve helped make their daily preserving that much more enjoyable! <3

Wanna get your hands on your own template? Click Here.




Author: Eboni Rivera

I’m a hugger (shaking hands feels too formal). I began learning photography back in 1996, mixing chemicals and developing film in a darkroom. I've spent the past 20+ years observing and learning about different genres but Documentary Family Photography is where I feel the most at home. The best photographs are ones with a real story behind it – the kind that immediately brings you back to that specific time and place, no matter how long ago it happened. I'm a Memory Preservationist. For me, it’s all about reminiscing and feeling nostalgia when you look at photos that make them so incredibly special.

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