Photos for 2019 Calendar

Calling for photos for Friends’ 2019 Calendar of Richmond Park


Last year’s calendar was again a great success and raised a substantial amount for projects in the Park. We are very grateful to all who donated their photos and now invite photos for the 2019 Calendar – this will show the amazing diversity of fauna and flora and views in the Park across the seasons.

Our deadline is Friday 13 April 2018.

The maximum number of photos that each photographer can send in is 8 photos, but not more than 4 from any one season – winter, spring, summer, autumn. I love opening the photo files and being amazed by the images, so very much looking forward to receiving your emails.

It’s only me and my computer at this end receiving and sorting your photos.
So, I really need you to help me by sending your photos in the following way:

  • Please rename each photo or photo file in the following manner:
    Month taken in number, surname of photographer, name of subject. e.g. a photo of a little egret taken in July by me would be: 7.Press.littleegret. If you have more than one of the same subject in the same month, then just add a number at the end e.g. 7.Press.littleegret.2 If you have difficulty in renaming files, then please just list the existing file name or number in the body of the email along with the new name as above.

  • Email your photos to me at and list your photos with their new name.

  • Please send your photos as low or full resolution JPEGs (as they came off the camera) and either as attachments to emails or by We Transfer, Dropbox or similar. Please do not send them in the body of an email.

Your photograph may be printed in a large or a small size, depending on how the design works out and there is no fee, but we will credit the photographer's name.

Please ensure that your photos of deer are taken from a distance of least 50 yards.

The address for your photos and all correspondence is

With best wishes

Vivienne Press
Friends’ Calendar producer


Photo: Kestral’s first flight by the late and much missed Russell Ritchin