Printed on thin semi-gloss photo paper with laser technology.
Credits: Daniel Cross (January), Schnella Schnyder (February), Eduardo Merille (March, May, September), Anaroza via Flickr (April), J Dimas (June), Guy Churchward (July), Stanze via Flickr (August), Tinou Bao (November),
The quality of the photos was not as I expected. Colors were muted and as a person who has traveled to Guatemala, these colors were not realistic. In the country the colors are vibrant. Photo of the famous arch in Antigua, for example, was not the true yellow of the real thing. I bought these as gifts for friends missing their homeland and I am a little embarrassed to give them but I think they will be glad for anything that reminds them of home but as a giver, I do not feel so good about the calendar.
The quality of the calendar format was great but the quality of the photo reproduction was poor. They lacked the vibrancy and color of Guatemala. Having visited Guatemala, I can tell you everything from nature-scapes to human made things are full of color. And of course no yearly calendar of Guatemala should exist without a photo of one of the famous buses. The photos were very greyed/subdued and lacked good color.