Pete Hemington - Fine Artist

Pete Hemington

Exeter, Devon - United Kingdom








Pete Hemington

Exeter, Devon - United Kingdom

Pete Hemington - Fine Artist

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March 24th, 2013







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About Pete Hemington

I am a photographer based in the SW of UK in Mid Devon.
I use a Pentax K5 and shoot mainly landscape and flora macros.
My favourite locations (and there are many to choose from in this part of the world) are the coastal footpaths and the moors Dartmoor and Exmoor.
I have a soft spot for trees and enjoy both ends to the day for shooting.
I produce both traditional images and those with more artistic interpretation.
I am available for groups and comissions, having some experience in wedding photography.
I also sell a range of cards of local views in local shops.

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Suprise sunset

September 21st, 2014

After a week of grey misty uninspiring weather, there was a brief window of light at the end of the day. This taken over the River Culm 

Where to go in the sun

September 21st, 2014

Think the weather will hold long enough to head for the Coast and wander along the beaches until sunset. Low tide at 2pm and so the tide will be coming in all afternoon.Would have prefered it to be going out. 

Raddon Top

August 28th, 2013

Up on Raddon Top last night where there is this storm damaged tree. This is the unprocessed 30sec exposure taken 40mins after sunset. The distant lights of Crediton in the background. I may clone out the car later.  

Start Point

August 27th, 2013

I visited Start point in S Devon for a sunset shoot on the 9th Aug I slept a little in the car and was up at 5am to find a location. It didn't look to promising at first and there was little glow from the nearly rising sun. But then quite suddenly...