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5 Dartmoor Stone Circles You Should Visit

August 22nd, 2020

5 Dartmoor Stone Circles You Should Visit

First Published 16th August 2020

Dartmoor has a rich pre-historic past with hundreds of sites of interest including many stone circles. Other monuments include stone rows, standing stones, cairns, cists, hut circles and burial mounds. It is believed that most of the sites on Dartmoor date from the late neolithic (about 2500 BC) to mid-bronze age (about 1000 BC).

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https://www.dartmoorphotographer.co.uk/photography/dartmoor-stone-circles/

Guest Post for Flip Flops or Wellies

August 1st, 2020

Guest Post for Flip Flops or Wellies

First Published 1st August 2020

Merrivale on the western slopes of Dartmoor is said to be one of the best-preserved ancient landscapes on the moor. It is also one of the most easily accessible, ideal for those uncomfortable with hiking into the wilds or with small children. The Merrivale standing stones on Dartmoor are quite fascinating to explore.

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https://www.dartmoorphotographer.co.uk/guest-blogs/exploring-merrivale-standing-stones-dartmoor-photographer/

How to Take Better Photos of your Pets

June 21st, 2020

How to Take Better Photos of your Pets

First Published 14th June 2020

Our pets are a big part of our families, no matter how big or small they are. In this post I will give you a few simple tips to how to take better photos of your pets.

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https://www.dartmoorphotographer.co.uk/photography/how-to-take-better-photos-of-your-pets/

Social Media Small Print

June 21st, 2020

Social Media Small Print

First Published 3rd May 2020

Who reads social media small print in detail when they sign up? Not many people that’s for sure. When faced with the pages of waffle most of us skip to the bottom and press agree. Blindly believing that organisations only have our interests at heart wanting to connect us with our nearest and dearest. For this post I delve into the murky depths of social media small print to show you what you agreed to when you signed up.

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https://www.dartmoorphotographer.co.uk/photography/dartmoor-photographer-social-media-small-print/

Personalise your Home using your Photography

April 18th, 2020

Personalise your Home using your Photography

First Published 17th April 2020

When you move to a new home it can seem a daunting task to make the place feel like home, before you’ve had a chance to re-decorate in your own style. This is where the humble photograph comes in, you can easily personalise your home using your photography.

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https://www.dartmoorphotographer.co.uk/photography/personalise-your-home-using-your-photography/

Why Having a Professional Headshot is Important

April 18th, 2020

Why Having a Professional Headshot is Important

First Published 28th February 2020

A professional headshot used to only be necessary if you were a model or actor. Professional headshots would be passed round between casting directors to find a person with the right look for the role. In these digital days with many more business people making their connections online it has become much more important for people in other businesses to have professional headshots.

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https://www.dartmoorphotographer.co.uk/photography/professional-headshot-importance/

How to Build a Mini Home Photo Studio

January 31st, 2020

How to Build a Mini Home Photo Studio

First Published 24th January 2020

In this post I will show you how to build a mini home photo studio suitable for photographing small pets or creating still life product shots.

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https://www.dartmoorphotographer.co.uk/photography/how-to-build-a-mini-photo-studio/

Copyright and Photography

January 31st, 2020

Copyright and Photography

First Published 31st December 2019

Copyright photographs are everywhere. Online image search functions makes finding pictures so quick and simple it is easy to forget that those images are probably protected by copyright. Most photographs found online belong to someone and you will need their permission before you use them.

In this post I will briefly explain what copyright is and how you can avoid falling foul of the law when selecting photographs for your blog or website.

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https://www.dartmoorphotographer.co.uk/photography/copyright-of-photographs/

Guest Blog for Visit Dartmoor

January 2nd, 2020

Guest Blog for Visit Dartmoor

First Published 27th December 2019

In the autumn of 2019 I was approached by the Visit Dartmoor website team to write a guest blog post for their site. The resulting post all about how the iconic red telephone box is being re-used and re-purposed on Dartmoor

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https://www.dartmoorphotographer.co.uk/photography/guest-blog-for-visit-dartmoor/

Interview by Glaszart A photo Journal

January 2nd, 2020

Interview by Glaszart A photo Journal

First Published 2nd November 2019

I was recently approached from one of my posts on Instagram by the owner of the Glaszart website to be the subject of one of their interviews. It’s nice to get recognition from unexpected places so was happy to answer their questions.

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https://www.dartmoorphotographer.co.uk/guest-blogs/interview-by-glaszart-a-photo-journal/

 

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