It’s a Giveaway – Part three

When I started this idea three months ago, I had no idea of how successful it would be.  Images were requested within hours of each post going up.  I genuinely thought I’d not carry on for the three months I promised back in April.

However, here we are, it’s month three, and for the final time, I’m saying that I have 5 free prints to give away (max size A4), to the first 5 that ask for them.

Just go to my website by clicking HERE  and you can choose any image from the galleries available.

I’ve added a couple of new galleries, and there are some new images in the garden bird project.

If you already have one of my images – please don’t ask for another free one – they are reasonably priced, and if there is no price list, then please contact me for more information.

Images can be supplied as prints, or mounted, or mounted and framed.  Sizes, frames and prices on application.

Thank you for supporting this project – I might do it again in the future – but for the moment -this is it……..

Once again, thank you everyone for your support…..

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It’s a Giveaway – part deux

Five free prints to the first five people who ask for them.

At the start of April, I said that I would give away 5 prints to the first five people who asked for them, and I said I’d do this for three months.

Well, here we are, one month later, and the offer stands good.

I will give away 5 prints once again to the first five people that ask.

Last month, the offer went live at around 9am, and all the prints were gone by 4pm.  I posted some out, and delivered some by hand.  I did give away an extra couple to personal friends as well.

So, if you feel you would like a print – then all you  have to do is visit my website – http://www.dseddonphoto.co.uk, and let me know what you would like.

Prints will be no bigger than A4, and may be smaller depending on the image.  Let me have your address when you order, (and you can do this through the contact page on the website), and I’ll get them off to you as soon as I can.

The print that went the furthest last month was to Scotland.

All this came about following the reading of a book called ‘The Gift’ which encouraged people to share what they had, and gift things. It seemed a good idea so this is what I’m doing.

I don’t expect any recompense, but I’d encourage other photographers to follow suit.  As my old dad used to say “Cast thy bread upon the waters, and it may come back buttered”…….

I’ll do this again for the final time at the start of June.

Happy photography…………

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