Latest News from Andrew Barrett a North Devon Photographer
March 18 2017
Currently restoring some old photos for a book of memoirs of a world war 2 hero
March 15 2017
Sorry for the delay in posting new info, no excuses I just haven't got around to it, anyway ive decided to have a slight rebrand with a new domain Andrew Barrett Photography is now www.northdevonphotographer.co.uk everything else is the same and hopefully the move to new domain is seamless
OCT 27, 2016
Bit of a quiet week due to having a few days off. Excited to be working with a new client designing flyers, photography and a new website more details to follow. Been to see Paula at www.socountry.co.uk perfect Xmas gifts for the country household.
OCT 25, 2016
One of the Locals at www.thenewinnroborough.co.uk where I have lucky enough to have been asked to photography the food and premises and really loved the texture and feel of this image in Black and White which wasn’t staged or set up and was as seen (and he loved it) Ladies form an orderly queue be gentle with him as he's just celebrated his 80th birthday !
OCT 15, 2016
Looking forward to the Beaford at 50 exhibition ‘New Perspectives’ which is an exhibition of 50 photographs that offer a glimpse into the diverse landscape of North Devon from coastal towns to rural communities.
There will be 25 black and white photographs seen through the eyes of James Ravilious from the Beaford Archive, and a further 25 through the eyes of local people of all ages. Each pair of photographs on exhibition compares a ‘then and now’ response to our landscape: what has changed, and what remains? Details can be found by clinking on the link above
OCT 15, 2016
A little excerpt from today
Was out doing some commercial photography today for an award winning business and couldn't resist a quick shot of someone who appeared
Spent the afternoon at our favourite local pub photographing some of the fantastic food they have to offer
OCT 13, 2016
Facebook Photos quality settings
Just found a helpful bit of info for posting photos to Facebook to keep them looking as good as possible, Facebook supports photos that are either 720px, 960px, or 2048px on their longest edge. Any other sizes will have their dimensions reduced automatically, and this inevitably results in visually poorer images. Reducing the dimensions of an image decreases its sharpness, especially if it is a drastic resize.
OCT 12, 2016
Product photography can mean a very varied day today was Dried Flowers, Glass Bottles and Cast Iron hooks !!
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