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the day to look around, catch that fleet- ing moment. Perhaps early documentary photographer Dorothea Lange put it best – ‘Photography takes an instant out of time, altering life by holding it still.’” When not on location, Martyn is to be


found at his idyllic studio in Sherford – whitewashed walls in a rustic barn; eclectic props and a sublime setting. Rural views which stretch to infinity, a walled garden with ancient trees spreading their gnarled branches over carpets of spring flowers, the sound of birdsong through the stable door. “Working here offers a constant source of


inspiration and is a wonderful environment for putting people at ease. The Studio is a perfect size for an intimate family photoshoot and the surroundings offer so much scope, all year round, for informal shots. And, of course, my increasing number of canine clients love the freedom of the outdoor space!” Canine clients? “I love dog sittings! They


really are our best friends, often as much loved as any family member, so why not have photographs of them – and every one is a character in their own right. I thorough- ly enjoy catching that funny expression, the way they hold their head when being spoken to or just gambolling on the lawn.


You know what defines your pet – it is my job to capture that.” In common with many icons of the photographic industry, Martyn


revels in black and white images, some of which have received the very highest accolades and awards.


“There is a purity when


working in monochrome and I often think of photographer and environmentalist Ansel Adams when I do – his advice rings firmly in my head that ‘You don’t take a photograph, you make it.’ “I consider myself very fortunate indeed – to spend my days doing


what I love; meeting and really getting to know so many wonderful people; having such a fabulous backdrop to my life here in the South Hams…everywhere you turn, there is an image worth capturing.” And you can be sure, it won’t be captured better than by Martyn


Norsworthy.


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