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The email address for submissions is in the top post of this thread.
A couple of us misspelled the email address for the 2023 NECOA Calendar submissions.
If you have not received a reply from the NECOA Calendar Team after three days, check the email address that you sent it to with the one in the top post.
If it is correct, it is OK to send a follow up.
 

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Nice ride
Please read the rules at top of thread so you can email the pics
Also note that to print on pages as large as the calendar, it requires high resolution image files.
Files copied from websites rarely are high enough resolution image files for printing.
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Johnny, That is a nice 2nd Gen.

However, you might want to choose a different image for submission to NECOA Calendars.
The calendar shapes are similar to a letter page turned on its side. It is approx. 33% wider than tall.
The image above has been cropped to fit a very wide screen, or possibly a cell phone.
The image above is about 90% wider than tall.

A goal of the NECOA Calendars is to fill the full page with image, without truncating the truck.
With the image of that nice truck above, it would end up cutting the truck in half.
Yep, making a different choice of image to submit, will possibly be more successful.
 

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Is there an easy way in Windows 10 & 11 to see if my image is high enough resolution?

Try this:
Open the image file in PHOTOS.
Once open, click the more icon that looks like three dots . . .
Then select File Info.

A good pixel count for printing large pages like the calendar is 2400 pixels by 1800 pixels.

When we look at the Size Info, we see in our example that we are too low on pixels.
We only have 1094 X 1616 for this sample image.
Font Tire Screenshot Computer Automotive tire
 

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Is there an easy way in iPhone to see if my image is high enough resolution?

Try this:
First, launch the Photos app.
In the thumbnail view, tap the photo you want to find the resolution of.
While examining the photo in detail, swipe upward on the photo image, or tap the “Info” button, which looks like a lowercase “i” in a circle.
You should be able to find the number of pixels.
Are the numbers larger than 2400 X 1800? If so, it is high resolution for the calendars.
 
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