Digital downloadable art photography

Skegness, United Kingdom | 2 Sales


Digital downloadable art photography

Skegness, United Kingdom 2 Sales On Etsy since 2014

5 out of 5 stars (2)
Deb Hagland

Contact shop owner

Deb Hagland


Hetep Art Photography

Hetep is an ancient Egyptian word meaning "to achieve a state of supreme peace and enlightenment". We hope that our images will help enrich your life and give you enjoyment.

I have loved photography for years, Frank is fairly new to photography. We have totally different views and perspectives on the art, which is clear to see in our photographic portfolio.
I love abstract photography and flower photography, I love making a striking image from something that most people would overlook.
Frank is more traditional, the cat photos are his, he loves to capture the personality of his subjects.

we have just opened our other Etsy shop Deb Darling Designs, selling handmade fabric giftware.

Shop members

  • Frank Morton

    Owner, Maker, Photographer

    I share the photography with Deb, we have very different styles of photography. I'm also the IT person in the company and get the boring paperwork and accounts to battle with.

  • Deb Hagland

    Owner, Maker, Photographer

    I am joint shop owner with my partner Frank, I do pretty much everything, except the computer "techy" stuff, it has to be idiot-proof for me to understand. We share the photography, it makes it interesting as we both see composition very differently.

Shop policies

More information

Last updated on Dec 29, 2018
Frequently asked questions
Why do you not accept returns?

Because all all the items in the shop are digital images (downloadable photographs) we do not send out hard copies of any image (hard copies are printed paper or images on a CD or data stick). It is impossible to return a digital image.
If however, you have any problems downloading your image please contact us via Etsy convos and we will be happy to provide advice on downloading the image.

How do I open a photo on my computer.

Images are sent as jpeg files, you can open them on any desktop publishing programme. You can even open them on Microsoft Word if you don't have a publishing programme (simply open a new Word blank page (choose narrow margins) , import picture from "downloads" resize the photo by pulling the corner of the image box, and click print)