I’ll be at the Canberra Handmade Market
23-24 March 2019
I released a lot of new products at the last Handmade Market that I haven’t yet had a chance to upload to my store
If you are after something in particular you saw at the markets please use the Contact Me form to let me know
p.s. thank you so much for coming and showing your support, I appreciate it so much!
Photographer in Canberra
I’m Glenn Martin, a Canberra based photographer, welcome to my website. Here you’ll find information about my photography, a store to buy my prints, and you can also book yourself on one of my workshops if you want to improve your own photography.
I take an open and friendly approach to all my photography and will join you on the photographic journey you wish to take. As a photographer I keep no secrets so we can discuss any photographic techniques or methods you like
I’m pretty active on Facebook and Instagram so be sure to check out what I’m up to there. You’ll see some of my latest photos, photography hints and tips and be alerted to my latest Canberra photography workshop dates.
Interested in talking more? Why don’t you drop me a line via the contact form. Otherwise I hope you enjoy your visit to my site to see my work 🙂
Prints & Workshops
Enlighten Long Exposure DSLR & Mirrorless Camera Workshop$175.00 Select options
Gift CertificateFrom: $25.00 Select options
Canberra Strikes – 2019 Calendar
$30.00Add to cart
Secret Language ~ Lake Eyre$45.00 – $250.00 Select options
Lovers Embrace ~ Lake Eyre$45.00 – $250.00 Select options
Artist’s Palate ~ Lake Eyre$45.00 – $250.00 Select options
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