A Northumberland based photographer, specialising in Impressionist

Abstract Landscape Photography



A UNIQUE STYLE OF LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY CREATED WITH A CAMERA IN MOTION. A TECHNIQUE CALLED INTENTIONAL CAMERA MOVEMENT (ICM) MIXED WITH VARIOUS EDITING PROCESSES CREATE THE ABSTRACT LANDSCAPES FOUND WITHIN. SOME ARE RECOGNISABLE VISTAS, WHEREAS SOME FORM FROM FEELINGS AND EMOTION AS IF FROM A PAINTERS BRUSH


About

Inspired by the paintings of the old English masters with a mix of camera techniques and post processing I have developed these painterly impressionist images of both recognisable and abstract scenes into a style that goes beyond what many consider photography.


The looseness and ability to play without being tied by the light or weather affecting the scene you’d normally be shooting is the style’s appeal to me, also the chance of creating a scene that was not necessarily there. Using a tool of which its sole function is to capture exactly what is in front of it and then making it almost become a brush with which we “paint” is a joy. The results I have achieved since first experimenting with intentional camera movement (icm) have been more satisfying than any photograph I’ve made previously.


Limited Edition Prints

Personally printed A4 and A3 prints* on fine, archival grade papers for you to collect or hang.

*Other sizes available

ABOUT PRINTS


Presets

My Personal collection of NIK Analog Efex Pro 2 presets that I use daily to create my impressionist and abstract landscapes.
Formally only available by attending a 1-2-1 workshop, now available to all!

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Education

Would you like an insight into how I produce my images? Then you can join me for the day for a 1-2-1 session, or see my latest editing videos.

1-2-1 TUITION
LATEST VIDEO TUTORIAL



Latest Blogs

Favourites of 2017 - Salt's Mill and Canal, Saltaire
Abstracts retrospective review 
My Favourite Images of 2017
January 3, 2018 by Andy Gray 


Its that time again with the changing of the calendar when we as hobbyists, professionals or those just...


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Red Dunes - Dunstanburgh Castle
Photography retrospective 
Monthly Review – December 2017
December 31, 2017 by Andy Gray 


December 2017 A very quick one to cover December as I basically had a month away from photography and I have...


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Essence of Tree
Photography retrospective 
Monthly Review – November 2017
November 29, 2017 by Andy Gray 


November 2017 After reading my intro’s for the past 6 monthly review blogs I WILL NOT mention how the month...


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York Minster
Photography retrospective 
Monthly Review – October 2017
November 6, 2017 by Andy Gray 


October 2017 October was basically a one trip month. The 1st couple of weeks prep leading up to it and a week...


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Bamburgh Village between rain showers
Photography retrospective 
Monthly Review – September 2017
September 29, 2017 by Andy Gray 


September 2017   Well I’m still without a car, I was hoping to have sourced the parts early...


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Your Towns will Burn
Photography retrospective 
Monthly Review – August 2017
August 31, 2017 by Andy Gray 


August 2017 I feel like I say this every month, but again its been a poor month photographically. Will...


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