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Andy Beel FRPS
Andy Beel FRPS

Andy Beel was enrolled as a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society’s in 1990. His panel of darkroom Selenium split toned monochrome prints featured defocused female nudes.  His journey to Fellowship was somewhat brief only taking eighteen months from the award of the Licentiateship.  


As an established Lecturer on the photographic Club and Society circuit Andy enjoys a growing reputation for producing thought provoking monochrome work printed in a dark and gritty style. He was awarded a highly prized medal at the 2007 London Salon of photography at his first attempt.


This entertaining and knowledgeable Fotospeed photographer is enthusiastic to pass on his detailed knowledge of producing exhibition quality digital monochrome prints with the following current talks:


“Ethiopia – Land of photographic opportunity”, and” Marvellous Monochrome”.


Based in Bristol Andy is happy to travel up to 2 hours on weekday evenings to give talks to Clubs and Societies. Andy can also be booked at weekends for Conferences, Seminars, and Workshops etc where a greater travel distance is required.


He exclusively uses Fotospeed EG Fineart Platinum papers (Glossy, Lustre and Matt) and a Fotospeed Quill Inkflow System and is often asked if his prints are produced in the darkroom.



Andy Beel FRPS can be contacted at

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