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Thanks for bothering to find out a little more about why I am doing this…

the photography of Andy Berry

Andy, 65, is retired from the newspaper and magazine publishing industry where he was more involved in the selection of photographs for publishing and the technical side of their reproduction. While he has had a long love affair with Pentax cameras he embraced the digital era early with a Sony Mavica, moving through a few Fuji Finepix then to a Pentax K10 and a K20D. His latest, though is a Nikon D7000, and now a Nikon D600.

Living on the Surfcoast and regularly visiting his artist sister Janet, who lives near Warrnambool, has given Andy a wealth of subjects to photograph.
His main love is panorama images. Some for their sheer breathtaking scenery; others for their historic value.

One of his favorite panoramas is of Docklands in Melbourne which he took from a friend’s balcony on the 21st floor of Dock Five, in November 2007. Andy printed it onto canvas (45 inches by 15 inches) and it now hangs in his friend’s office at Docklands. “Why would anyone want to have a picture of the view they have every day,” someone asked him. It’s simple: the picture is now history and, as time passes, his friend has a valuable record of the changes that have taken place. The photo is also unique in that it recorded the Steve Irwin the day before it sailed in search of the Japanese whaling fleet. Andy didn’t realise he had captured the boat until he worked on the photos at home.

Picking up the skills of stretching canvas onto frames, Andy has printed many of his works on canvas for friends and takes orders in his local area.

He now wants to make his work available to a wider audience through Redbubble and offers some unique perspectives on some of Australia’s most beautiful and unique scenery.

Best place to see my latest images is at http://www.facebook.com/AndyBerryPhotography

All images are copyright and owned by Andy Berry and may not be copied, altered, redistributed or used for any other purpose without the written permission of the artist.

  • Joined: April 2008

Journal

NEW facebook page

Hi… / Just to let people know that I have a new facebook page: / Andy Berry Photography / http://www.facebook.com/AndyBerryPhotography / I am using this new page to post surf boat and IRB competition pics from 2009 to the present. / So far I have loaded images from 2009 (with 2010 images to follow soon). / I also have other images of orchids and other events I follow on the surfcoast. / A f…
Posted about 3 years – Leave a comment

Uploading Penguin images

Hi Team… / I will be uploading images from Penguin over the next few days. / Willi team members should keep their eyes open for the next edition of the Hobsons Bay Leader. I have given them a few images and someone at your club has supplied a story. Dicko may get a run, too! / Best of luck and I hope everyone had a good a time as I did. / Thanks for your cooperation, / cheers, / andy
Posted over 6 years – Leave a comment

New Port Fairy display

Thanks for all your positive comments on my work. / If you would like to see some of it in the flesh (or, more like it… canvass) I am currently exhibiting at Charlies on East at the Port Fairy Surf Club. I have a few panorama canvasses (36inch x 12inch) on display as well as some lighthouses and “tasties”: small (15cmX10cm) canvasses. / If you are passing through Port Fairy, please call in at Ch…
Posted over 6 years – Leave a comment

Thanks for your support!!

Thanks for all your positive comments on my work. / If you would like to see some of it in the flesh (or, more like it… canvass) I am currently exhibiting at the Wishart Gallery, in Sackville Street, Port Fairy. I have a few panorama canvasses (45inch x 15inch) on display as well as some lighthouses and “tasties”: small (15cmX10cm) canvasses. / They will be on display up to and…
Posted almost 8 years – Leave a comment
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