About

My name is Peter,

Eyeteeth is a gallery/blog for showcasing my photographs.

High quality prints on Hahnemühle Photo Rag paper (up to 18×24″) and RAW format digital images are available for purchase (provided I have model release where applicable).

Limited edition prints for Artwave 2015 Lewes visual arts festival. For exhibition at Middle Farm. © P. Maton 2015 eyeteeth.net

You can also find me on InstagramPhotocrowdTwitter and ViewBug

Your feedback is much appreciated.

If you wish to purchase prints or make inquiries please contact me for more information here:

Aside from taking photos I make hand carved objects, tools and utensils from wood & bespoke hand made leather crafts.

Hand made Spalted Beech Wood Spoons made by Peter Maton of whittleandstitch.net © P. Maton 2015

Some examples of my work can be seen here:

http://whittleandstitch.net

All images displayed on Eyeteeth are © P. Maton, please seek permission if you wish to use them.

Thank you for visiting.

Peter.

27 thoughts on “About

    1. Thank you too Timothy, much appreciated.

      I’m enjoying your work a great deal, there are a lot of inspiring images there and I will take some time to explore more of them.

      All the best.

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  1. Hello Peter, I came across your work via a WordPress tag search. Used the Brighton tag. Brought back summer memories of Brighton. I’m always amazed at how people tread the same paths, but see different things. Are you still using the D40?

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    1. Hello Tim,

      Thank you for your kind comments. I know what you mean about walking the same path and seeing a different view, being surprised by the familiar if you will.

      I am indeed still using the D40, it was a gift from a friend after he upgraded, it has got me back into taking photos and has been a great tool to learn with. I enjoy the freedom of digital and of course the low running costs. My computer is a lot less romantic than the bathroom dark room I had years ago but I still get a lot of enjoyment from processing images.

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        1. Thank you Alex,

          I can’t seem to get enough of the monochrome at the moment, to the point where I have started to picture how it will look when framing shots.

          I’m enjoying your ‘old barn’ series at the moment.

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