Support Rescue Dogs in London with the Haute Dogs 2019 Calendar

Already looking for a nice calendar for the coming year? This 2019 calendar looks perfect if you’re a dog lover and keen on supporting a worthy canine cause.

It’s that time of the year again where we start shopping for the perfect calendar to grace our spaces. Luckily for dog lovers, we have just the right one for you. The cleverly named Haute Dogs Calendar 2019 won’t only feature adorable canines sporting their best looks, it will also let you support a worthy cause for UK’s rescue dogs.

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This Fun 2019 Pinup Calendar Features Our Favorite Characters from a Galaxy Far, Far Away

If you’re already thinking ahead and have started listing the stuff you need to start 2019 right, check out this galactic pinup calendar being funded on Kickstarter!

Next year is still several months away, but if you’re an early bird who plans to start your 2019 preparations soon, we’ve found something you might want to put on your list: a fun galactic pin-up calendar which stars everyone’s favorite sci-fi characters from a galaxy far, far away!

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Using Later To Make Your Social Media Madness More Manageable

Professional photographers: Try Later to fix your social media woes.

As photographers we are constantly wearing multiple hats: everything from an accountant to the salesman, to customer service, to photographer, to marketer. A big piece of that these days is social media, and how we promote ourselves on these platforms can often be the gateway to greater successes in our careers. However, being as we are so often wearing multiple hats, it can be hard to remember to post on your various accounts often enough for them to do any good for you. This is why a social media planner like Later is so helpful. Continue reading…

This Kickstarter Promises Backers the Puurrrrfect Instax Photo of a Hoodcat

Image by Adam Myatt via 2018 Hoodcats Calendar on Kickstarter

Heads up, cat lovers. Next year is still a few months away but this calendar is all you need to welcome 2018 with a meow. Featuring cat photos snapped by Adam Myatt, also known as The Cat Man of West Oakland, the 2018 Hoodcats Calendar promises to be “filled with Oakland’s finest felines.”

Adam is currently running a Kickstarter campaign to fund the 2018 edition of his Hoodcats Calendar, one of the side projects sparked by his paw-some advocacies for cats. After taking about a year’s worth of photos of West Oakland’s feral cat population for a photo series called Hoodcats, Adam found a litter of kittens which led to a number of life-changing events. The biggest of them was co-founding the Cat Town Cafe & Adoption center, the first cat cafe and open colony adoption center in the US. He’s also now the guardian of an adorable ginger tabby named Stubbs, who has become the star of his Instagram account.

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Napoleon the Cat Is One of the Cutest Photo Projects Ever

Napoleon the Cat

Typically when an email about a cat project hits our inbox, we sigh. But when we saw what kind of images that his human Jesus wanted to create, we were absolutely awestruck. And so begins the story of Napoleon the Cat.

Napoleon is a cat that arrived on his door step that Jesus adopted. During a time of unemployment, he started taking casual photos to keep his creativity alive. But later on he got the idea to put the cat in ridiculous and awesome situations. With that said more gear, a green screen, and lighting were invested in to create the scenes that were in Jesus’s mind. What Jesus also discovered is that his new cat had a very expressive face. So to get certain expressions, he needed to put the cat in certain situations. Napoleon is still a kitten and so he gets his naps, meals and arguably better treatment than some people. But the result is some pretty zany images.

Jesus and his assistant took the images and turned them into a calendar and post cards on high quality photo paper. But now, Napoleon and his human have taken to IndieGoGo to get funding to create more calendars. The goal? $3000.

There are obviously different levels at which you can donate–with $10 getting you a digital edition of the calendar. But even more hilarious is the $3,500 contribution in which Jesus offers to fly to your home and turn your pet into a star. However, that option will only work in Europe.

Check out the video and another photo after the jump.

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