I’m Andy, aka. MouseAT. Sometimes I take photos.
Most of my photos are from events, trips and days out. This site is where I post my more recent photographs, along with some of my best older work, mostly for the benefit of friends, family, and the wonderful community of crazy roller coaster and theme park enthusiasts that is CoasterForce. Whether you fall into one of the above categories, or have just found this site whilst browsing the Internet, welcome!
I’m probably not your typical photographer, in the sense that I’m usually shooting in less than perfect circumstances with small, pocketable cameras. The photos I take are usually shots of opportunity, rather than carefully planned, artistic masterpieces. If I’m on my own and have time to spare, I’ll sometimes take a bit longer to take a better photograph, but when I’m with a group, I’m usually trying to capture individual moments as well as I can before they’re gone.
Since the beginning of 2019, I’ve mostly been shooting in RAW with a Sony RX100 VI, and post-processing my images using DXO PhotoLab. You’ll probably find the occasional smartphone photo as well, as I don’t carry a dedicated camera with me unless I expect to use it. Prior to my purchase of the Sony, I used both the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3 and DMC-LX7 for around 10 years.
My work to date is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license, and all my photos published under this licence are labelled as such in the gallery. You can find the full terms of this licence at https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/.
Please note that the Creative Commons licence does not apply to photographs taken automatically by on-ride cameras at theme parks. I am not the copyright holder for these photographs, and they are reproduced here under licence. You may download and reproduce the automated on-ride photographs for personal, non-commercial use only.
My intention is to keep as many of my recent photographs on this site as possible, but due to disk space and bandwidth constraints, I’ll eventually have to remove older albums to make way for new pictures. If any of my friends want to download photos to keep, I recommend saving copies whilst you can.