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I’m Sick of My Cold – Bring on the Photoshop Brushes

Recovering from a cold can be a bit of a drain so when the boredom started to creep in after resting all day it was time to turn on the computer. Plugging in an old hard drive I was delighted [...]

April 13, 2014 World Through the Lens
Handy Andy Pandy Fortnight 4

A 4th Fortnight with Handy Andy Pandy

Hello you fantastically fantastic people! Thought I’d share a small handful of the photos I’ve done over the last fortnight :)   “So Flows the Current”: Inspired by the brilliant song “Beyond this Moment” from Patrick O’Hearn’s album “So Flows the [...]

April 9, 2014 World Through the Lens
A 3rd Fortnight with Handy Andy Pandy

A 3rd Fortnight with Handy Andy Pandy

Hello you awesomely awesome people! It’s that time again where we look at some of the weird and wacky things I’ve been up to in the last 14 days!   “Halfway!”: This fortnight was pretty special to me photography-wise, because [...]

March 28, 2014 World Through the Lens
waves

Capturing Details in Moving Subjects

Jackson Pollock lived a short, reclusive life. His famous “abstract expressionist” works are an odd mix of extreme simplicity and desperate complexity. At first glance, his splattered paint on canvas seems like something a child could create… but a closer [...]

March 24, 2014 World Through the Lens
Handy Andy Pandy Fortnight 2

A 2nd Fortnight with Handy Andy Pandy

Hey all you fabulously fabulous people! Thought I’d let you know some of the crazy things I’ve been up to this last fortnight and share a few of the photos I’ve done! :) Last fortnight I asked people for suggestions [...]

March 11, 2014 World Through the Lens
Handy Andy Pandy

A Fortnight with Handy Andy Pandy

Hey there you gorgeous guys and gals! It’s been roughly a fortnight since my first article here on F Stop Lounge, so I thought I’d let you know what I’ve been up to, and share a few photos from the [...]

February 25, 2014 World Through the Lens
landscape photography tips

Photoshop Versus Fieldwork

As a photographer and a workshop leader, I often ask my students this question –  ”What is wrong with this image, and how can I correct it?” Inevitably, the answer gravitates towards a technical solution. Students suggest using a filter, [...]

February 15, 2014 World Through the Lens
I'm Having a Tea Party, and You're All Invited

A Ginger with a Camera

Hi! I’m Handy Andy Pandy, a ginger with a camera. I’m honoured to be a part of F Stop Lounge – massive thanks to Andre and Leigh for the gig! And now for a little backstory… I never really had [...]

February 14, 2014 World Through the Lens
Communion – Self-portrait, Lake Minnewanka, Banff National Park.

Man and Nature: Paul Zizka Takes Haunting Images of Himself in the Canadian Rockies

Given the state of current digital imaging technology, there seems to be nothing the camera can’t capture, even what the eye can’t normally see: Night landscapes, star trails, long exposures are becoming more and more common, possibly boring, as they [...]

January 20, 2014 World Through the Lens
"Your Hands Are Cold" by Andy Gray

A Personal Review of 2013

Many of us photographers will have gone through our archives these past few weeks in a search for our best or favourite images from the previous year, and if you spend any amount of time on social media plenty of [...]

January 11, 2014 World Through the Lens