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February 4, 2020

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“Do you sell prints?”

“Yes. Mail me!”

Nothing.

Not because I didn’t get the email but because my time management can be cosmically tragic.

Idiot.

In a world of digital, high-speed, swipe, like and never linger eyes out there looking at your work, getting round to printing it didn’t really gain traction.

I’d met a few times with a fantastic landscape photographer friend, Finn Hopson, who has a gallery in Brighton and we produced a few prints for clients.

Well, finally, after that chat about 3 years ago, I’ve used the end of January, the longest month ever known to man, to start getting my work out there to be printed here.

Finn is producing the prints which means the quality is pristine. I’m starting to populate the galleries to include automotive, digital art, events and travel images.

And if you want amazing landscapes, head over to Finn’s gallery at www.brightonphotography.com to make your walls at home or the office look better than the rest.

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.”

  • Aristotle

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