Long Exposure Photography in Ireland Ireland's countryside is perfect for landscape photography, here from a photography workshop covering use of filters and long exposures is an early evening cloudy sky with clear golden sunshine. We set up our tripods and made use of the 10-stop ND filters before sunset, and here the long exposure after sunset: http://panoramicireland.com/photo-tours-blog/cloudy-skies-reflections-sunset-west-ireland-photography-course
Killarney is one of Ireland's most scenic places, here the famous lakes and mountains just outside of town are looking great at sunset on a cloudy day.
Finishing up on a recent photography workshop in the Irish countryside we spotted some interesting clouds heading towards the obscured sun. Waiting for a few moments brought scenes like this, with sun rays bursting out in all directions as if search beams scanning the countryside.
Autumn is almost over but this week Ireland has been treated to a riot of colour as fine, clear weather brought blue skies and golden light to highlight the myriad colours of the autumnal Irish countryside.
The Beauty of Sunset in Dublin I often get asked what the weather is like in Dublin or in Ireland. It's difficult to predict, the weather, but one thing is for sure - the weather here is a lot better than you might think, particularly for the photographer.
As the small stream makes its way from the open mountain, its source towards its destination - in this case to meet with a larger watercourse - a river, it flows through a small woodland of distinctive beauty. At one point a sharp cut or cleft in the rock, allows the stream's fresh water to fall freely for a few…
Autumn, is there a more colourful time of year? Here on a photography workshop we set out to find colourful woodlands and streams, here we found the perfect combination of both.
I wrote recently about a woodland stream in Ireland - see here - and how we photographed the colour of the watercourse as it flows through the autumnal woodland.
Ireland's west coast is often known as the Wild Atlantic Way, the coastal driving route that covers its 2500 km. There are many famous locations along this magnificent route on Ireland's Atlantic coast, and there are plenty of locations that aren't famous at all but are worthy of a visit by anyone with an appreciation of the great outdoors, particularly…
The Antrim Coast needs little introduction here, search on panoramicireland.com and you will find dozens of articles and images on one of my favourite parts of Ireland. Here is one of the more interesting locations that is not on the regular tourist trail but is well known to photographers - Elephant Rock.
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