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By Haddenham Webteam - 16th December 2015 3:00pm
Local photographer Doug Kennedy has written to update us on some of his recent publications:
I am pleased to announce the publication by Oxbow Books Ltd. of North Downs Landscapes in May 2015, and Norfolk Landscapes in October 2015. I'm told that they are selling quite well and certainly all the comments and reviews so far have been very positive.
I am now working on Yorkshire Landscapes, scheduled for Spring 2016, but the weather this year has been appalling and, though I have most of the images I need, it is still holding me up. You can read about the challenges in getting these on my new blog called 'What It Takes To Take A Pic.'
Photographic prints, framed or just mounted, have been popular and the quality of printing being produced by my printer is really amazing: very true and beautifully balanced. He can produce high quality paper or canvas prints to any size and shape and I can provide quotations if you let me know what you would like.
As an end of year offer, a copy of the pocket version of Chiltern Landscapes (RRP £4.99) will be delivered free of charge along with any print ordered up to the end of January.
I have produced two lots of greetings cards during this year, which seem to have been well received — please see the home page of my website. These can be ordered by email and paid for by card through Paypal (I send you a Paypal invoice and your card details are entered onto their web site which is very secure).
My current favourite is the one of frosted leaves.
Wishing all residents of Haddenham and local villages a very Merry Chistmas and a Happy New Year.
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