2020 Chameleon Calendar


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It's calendar time! We are now accepting entries for the 2020 chameleon calendar. Last year the community submitted and voted on some beautiful photos and the results were fantastic. We are hoping to create an even better calendar this year and need everyone's help to make that happen.

Entry Deadline: September 9
[email protected]


  1. Only two entries per member.
  2. Anything less than 2300x1800 will not be considered. Larger images preferred.
  3. Landscape orientation. Maximum resolution. No Humans.
  4. Please try to avoid compression artifacts and pixelation.
  5. Minor post processing is allowed if natural look maintained.
  6. All legal terms from the photo contest apply.

General Info
  1. Text will be added to each calendar photo in order to identify the species and photographer. Chameleon names can also be added upon request.
  2. To help build a diverse calendar we will continue the process used last year and group entries into multiple categories. Some photo contest entries from the past will be included if needed. This means there will be multiple polls to determine the final content of the calendar. In addition to these categories there will also be a vote for the calendar cover.

The top three entries from the calendar cover vote will receive a free calendar. All proceeds originating from calendar sales will go towards the cost of maintaining Chameleon Forums.

How to Enter
Members must own the full rights to any photo they submit for consideration to the 2020 calendar. Please note the size and resolution requirements above. We are accepting entries both by email and gallery upload. When entering by email you must include your username. If you do not receive an entry confirmation within a few days then please contact us.
gallery: gallery upload
email: [email protected]

For the calendar we want natural looking high quality photos. Entries should be what one would expect from a store bought photo calendar. Veileds and panthers will probably be in the calendar a few times due to their captive populations. Keep in mind the calendar will try to show a variety of species. This means that entries representing more unique species will have a better chance of being included in the calendar. Previous photo contest entries that meet the calendar requirements may also be used. The rules and information listed here may change at any time.
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Chameleon Enthusiast
I entered and my photo is 300dpi and the pixels are well over 3000 :) It was an old photo because Beman has not been happy with me the last few weeks since I moved. I hope that is ok.
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