Category : Google+

Quick tryout of Lightroom 5 beta

Ok I’ve had a quick try of Lightroom 5 beta. LOVING the straightening tool! A few observations on a quick 10 minute play in the newly released public beta of Lightroom 5… 1. As an owner of the Nikkor 16-35 f4 lens, this lens suffers from some hefty curvature at 16mm so the new straightening […]

Google releases rebranded NIK Software professional plugins

Google releases rebranded NIK Software professional plugins

Google releases repackaged NIK software, so does that mean its staying?   Today Google announced the “NIK Collection by Google”, basically the 6 separate photographic processing plugins made originally NIK Software repackaged as one and given a much more affordable price point – $149 (down from $500 for the same full collection previously). Firstly this […]

Interpretive Post Processing Photos

Recently I was asked to participate in some post processing of photos, with the results being shown and discussed on a Google+ Hangout (which took place at a forsaken 2am UK time on the 7th of February). Alongside a talented panel of photographers of various levels of skill in post processing photos, there was a […]

The Plus One Collection 2012 Charity Photo Book

I am happy to announce that my image “Let Fly the Wild Horses” has been selected to be included in this charity project arranged by the photography community on the social media network Google+. This years partner is the Kilgoris Project. Here is a video to explain it all. [raw][/raw]   Pre ordering is open […]

Groynes on Alnmouth Beach

Groynes on Alnmouth Beach

Groynes (Groins) on Alnmouth Beach, Northumberland, UK I have wanted to go down to Alnmouth beach at anytime for so long but just have never got around to it. So while getting some prints mounted at The Old School Gallery I took a walk down on a cool breezy afternoon. I managed to create a […]

The Cutter - Woodhorn Museum, Ashington, UK

The Cutter – Woodhorn Museum, Ashington, UK

I managed to get away from the rural end of Northumberland today and down to the more populous areas of the county, calling in at the Woodhorn Museum and Archives http://www.experiencewoodhorn.com (former coal mine). Apart from the old winding houses and wheels that have long since stopped lowering miners down in to the darkness of […]

Instagram web profile activated!

Instagram web profile activated!

Follow me (andrewsgray), I promise I’ll use it more from now – now that it has a viable web presence..     http://instagram.com/andrewsgray Andy GrayAndy is a Northumberland UK based Freelance Photographer, web and print designer. Selling images from http://photos.andrewsgray.com.More Posts – Website Follow Me:

“For those far withdrawn from the light of the world”

For those far withdrawn from the light of the world, shall forever walk amongst the dreek mists of the valleys of despair,  striving to see with clarity and feel with an enlightened heart, only deep rooted Oaks for occasional guidance. ~ Me   A ploughed field on on foggy afternoon near Alnwick. Available as a print Google+: View […]

Screen or Print, Portrait or Landscape?

Screen or Print, Portrait or Landscape?

Portrait or Landscape Orientation? I spent a good 3 hours driving and walking over the moors nearby the other day. This is a favourite spot of mine to just pull over and sit and watch the sky (I was going to say watch the world go by but there’s hardly ever anyone going around up there). I […]

“Anything Could Happen” – Dunstanburgh Castle, UK

Another day dawns in which anything could happen… A new print of Dunstanburgh Castle at dawn, as a long exposure, titled “Anything could happen” is available now from my online shop - http://photos.andrewsgray.com/new/h43cfa402#h43cfa402 Andy GrayAndy is a Northumberland UK based Freelance Photographer, web and print designer. Selling images from http://photos.andrewsgray.com.More Posts – Website Follow Me: