The beautiful coastline around Bloody Foreland, and the beautiful boulders on this street of coastline are the setting for this edition of my "In the Field" vlog. Check it out on You Tube at the link below:
I was lucky enough to recently spend a week in Donegal photographing locations I have been to many times before, but more importantly, to explore new locations that I have long marked for exploration.
During that time, I managed to find some time to return to Trá Mór beach near Dunfanaghy to photograph the evening light over Tory Island. The results can be viewed in my latest vlog, which can be viewed below.
The latest edition of my "In the Field" video journals is now live on youtube. Shot the night before I ran one of my 1-2-1 workshops, the location, up along Bloody Foreland in North West Donegal is spectacular.
Back in April I returned to Donegal, where the weather was just a little bit changeable. The results of that trip can be viewed on my latest YouTube vlog.
I was lucky enough to return to "An Port" in County Donegal recently. It is a wildly remote and beautiful location, miles from the nearest village, it is a place that haunted me photographically speaking since I first visited it 12-15years ago.
The story of my recent trip can be viewed on my youtube channel at the link below.
Back in late September I made a visit to Achill Island, County Mayo Ireland to photograph its dramatic coastline. On arrival I was greeted with howling wind, dramatic light and a landscape that did not disappoint. The vlog below is the story of that trip.
The latest edition of "In the Field" my photography vlog is now up on YouTube. This edition comes from the shoreline in and around Sheephaven Bay in County Donegal Ireland.
The latest edition of my "In the Field" photography vlog is now up on YouTube. This edition sees me get off the beaten track and explore the remote Co Donegal landscape near Creeslough.
The latest edition of my In the Field vlog is now viewable. This edition brings me out in and around the backroad and hills overlooking Sheephaven Bay.
The latest In the Field vLog comes to you from the wildly beautiful Connemara region of Ireland. Long a favourite location of mine to explore, it was good to return and catch up with old friends, and of course the magnificent Connemara landscape.
The latest edition of my "In the Field" vLog is now available on youtube. This entry comes form the wild and rugged landscape of County Mayo, on Irelands West coast. A location I have just returned from after leading another of my highly successful Irish Landscape photography workshops too.
Check it out below
I am pleased to announce details of my 2018 Irish Landscape photography workshops.
I have two workshops planned next year, one to Connemara and the Island of Inishboffin in September of 2018. The second workshop has me returning to the wildly beautiful County Donegal.
Details of each workshop can be viewed at the links at the following link. 2018 Irish landscape photography workshops
The latest "In the Field" Landscape photography vLog is now up and running on my YouTube Channel. In this edition I photograph the Dunes around Murlough beach, at the foot of the Mourne Mountains.
The latest edition of the In the Field vLog is now on line. This edition has me located at the mouth of Ireland's River Boyne photographing the navigation beacons that can be found at the mouth of the river against the most colourful dawn sky I have ever seen.
The latest edition of my "In the Field" series is now live on youtube. This episode takes me to the shoreline of Carlingford Lough in County Louth Ireland. The location, overlooked by the Mourne mountains is beautiful, and one I will return to frequently in the coming months.
I recently spent two days exploring the backroads and headlands around Irelands Dingle Peninsula. With its dramatic coastline and wonderful views out towards the Blaskett Islands the location is a landscape photographers dream.
The results can be viewed on my latest In the Field vLog below.
I have been back in County Donegal Ireland, perhaps my favourite Irish County to get lost with a camera in.
On one evening I spent a wonderful two hours photographing the beautiful Trá Mór beach near the village Carrigart. That adventure has been captured in the blog below.
Last weekend saw me back on the Cooley Hills, scrambling through dew soaked grass to catch the sunrise over Carlingford Lough and the Mourne mountains. This part of Ireland is beautiful and I really need to get up here more. The results of the excursion can be seen on my "In the Field" report video log below.
Last Friday, I returned to a location that photographically speaking has proven a happy hunting ground. This trip was no different, with mist creeping up the River Boyne and the sun popping through conditions were ideal. The video log can be viewed below.