"I love the set up Calvendo has put together. It gives the artist a lot of freedom in developing the look of the finished product. (...) Also, the Calvendo platform is very user friendly. You just need some high quality images and away you go! I hope to continue working with the company as it grows and expands."
"I think the Calvendo set up is very well guided and self explanatory. The concept is great for artists wanting to create calendars without all the admin and distribution work you would have to do. Instead you get to do what you are best at.“
"I was introduced to Calvendo by an article in the Royal Photographic Society magazine which impressed me. (…) A calendar is a good way of showing your work to a far larger audience with all sorts of possible future avenues. (…) You have nothing to lose because if the idea or pictures aren’t any good it won’t get published. Greater fun trying, though!"
"The product is professional and high quality. (...) I like the formats available and sizes. The software is great to use (once you get the hang of it) and the feedback always quick, to the point and helpful. For any photographers out there thinking about it, I’d say go for it. There’s nothing to lose.“
"Creating my calendars with Calvendo was painless, straightforward and easy (...) I’m grateful for the acceptance of my calendars, and impressed with being given ISBN numbers and links to Amazon. I’m also impressed with the number of distributors and outlets across Europe where my calendars are available. They seem to be on about fourteen websites in the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Spain, Italy and Switzerland.“
"I’ve reached that age in life where I’m not so worried about having to impress anyone; I’m more interested in sharing that which I capture. I’d seen Calvendo calendars in online shops such as Amazon in the recent past and seeing an advertisement to create one on my Facebook feed, I couldn’t resist. (...) Calvendo as a publishing medium is quite broad in the execution of its product, offering large sized A3 calendars as well as smaller calendars of varying formats (square, portrait or landscape mode). This is a particular feature that appeals to any visual medium artist."