Canoga Park, CA (PRWEB) October 7, 2009
Todd Smith of http://www.toddsmithphotography.com is pleased to announce that his studio has now officially released the new photography calendar for the 2010 year. Todd's vibrant images fill viewers with inspiration when planning for the future, and with calm, tenderness, and beauty for dealing with the current time of financial stress.
During times of economic uncertainly, no one wants to think about the future. Worries about paying bills and meeting other obligations makes planning ahead difficult and stressful. Todd Smith realizes this and offers simple images of comfort that can bring peace and beauty back into the lives of many. Whether hung in an office cubicle, kitchen, or bedroom, these images remind the viewer that life is wonderful and that planning the future can be joyful again.
Customers such as Lara Chho state, "I am always inspired and refreshed by the beauty of your work." Mona Posner exclaims, "Thank you for sharing your vision and the beauty that you capture."
This 12x12 photography calendar offers several images such as lush landscapes, wild flowers, and fresh fruits that are representative of each month they are featured in. Boxes for each day of the week are large enough to write in scheduled events which makes planning ahead, or looking back, easy. Also included are phases of the moon, eclipses, and all major holidays of various faiths. They are printed using recycled paper and discounts are offered on orders of 5 or more calendars.
To learn more, visit http://www.toddsmithphotography.com.
About Todd Smith Photography, LLC:
Founded in 2002, Todd Smith Photography, LLC is quickly becoming one of the most talked about names in photography today. With a focus on making use of bright colors and unusual angles he is able to breathe new life into traditional subjects, filling viewers everywhere with renewed inspiration. Among the many products his studio offers are framed and unframed prints, an annual photography calendar, greeting cards, and photo wallpaper. His web site also offers a newsletter that makes his work accessible to all.