The latest “In the Field” vlog is available on YouTube. Filmed near the back beach at Falcarragh County Donegal, this episode takes you on a journey from capture to post processing.
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.
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" 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
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.
Wrapping up my photo trip to the Aran Islands is an image that I title “Homeland”. Taken as evening set in. The view looks back across the rocky Inis Oirr shoreline towards the beautiful County Clare coastline and the Cliffs of Moher.
A combination of overcast evening light and a long exposure has created a moody photograph of the Irish coastline. In this instance exposure times where increased by the use of a Lee Big Stopper on a Canon 17-40F4L lens.