Martyn Lewis Photography

Yorkshire based photographer - Weddings, Automotive, Landscape, Portrait & Studio Photography


clock March 31, 2011 22:19 by author Martyn

Just a couple of shots from the Newcastle Quayside a couple of weeks ago, that I particularly liked. :-) That is all.




clock March 30, 2011 07:27 by author Martyn

I've been reading some information around marketing and social networking recently. As well as finding me on twitter (@Martyn_Lewis), you can also now find me on Facebook - I'll be updating images on there to show some of my latest images. It's a great way to increase exposure, particularly when you can "tag" friends etc... that means that their friends are also informed too. Given that we're meant to be no more than 6 connections away from anybody on the planet... It could turn into a great marketing tool!

Anyway... On you go and take a look: Any "likes, greatly appreciated! :-D

Martyn Lewis Photography on Facebook

My best editing friend

clock March 18, 2011 14:58 by author Martyn

I was editing some more wedding shots late yesterday, and had a little some one come and make her self comfortable, while Iwas deep in the midst of Photoshop and Bridge...

What do you think?! Too much interest in photography, for a dog, or simply being needy as I was ignoring her for half an hour?! Snapped by the other half:


Srorm editing


365 Day 72: Chicken.

clock January 11, 2011 21:45 by author Martyn

Was sat looking through some shots of a recent trip to a cottage up in the Lakes, a few weeks before Christmas, and found random some shots of chickens that came in to sample the bread we'd put down to attract the local wild birds. Just wondered what it would be like, to be a chicken.

365 Shot 72

365 Day 71: Sun Lit

clock January 10, 2011 17:57 by author Martyn

There was a lovely golden glow from the setting sun, so I thought I'd take some rays in. Not seen much daylight recently, or so it feels.

365 Shot 71

About the author

Martyn Lewis grew up in Weardale, Durham, spoilt by the wonderful surroundings of the North Pennines.  He graduated from Newcastle University, before completing an MSc at Durham University in 2001.




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