Up the Steep and Snowy Road for a Photography Experience

Photography and Ireland. It doesn't always involve snow, not even in the mountains.

As I looked out to green fields and sunny blue skies on the mountain slopes today, not a drop of the white blanket to be seen, it seemed a far way away from this image where, during a photography workshop on how to photograph snowy landscapes we made our way up the mountain - its road snow-covered and icy, at one point it was almost impossible to make it up the ever-steepening slopes.

Along the way DK and I had plenty of landscapes to photograph. I explained how to photograph the often bright snow to gain the best from any weather conditions, afterwards we warmed up and had a short session on how to edit images in Lightroom.

Why would you want to take a photography tour / workshop / experience with me, I hear you ask.

I have been creating photography tours and workshops for 10 years in Ireland and overseas, I am a professional travel photographer and have been commissioned by some of the biggest names in world travel.

Who might those big names be, I also hear you ask. Well:

The New York Times - commissioned by the Travel section to photograph Dublin's Portobello, Creative Quarter and 36 Hours in Cork feature (all 2017).

Easyjet's Traveller magazine, multi award winning publication covering the airline's destinations.

Ritz-Carlton Hotels to photograph Wicklow and Dublin for their in-house magazine. Produce images for their brochures with ideas for guests.

Sunday Times and Irish Times for architectural images from building projects big and small around Ireland.

I can teach beginners and advanced photographers alike, from coastal long exposures to astrophotography or to make an itinerary that suits those of you who prefer to improve your holiday snaps.

Dedicated Lightroom and Photoshop training sessions are available as well.

Have a look through the site, at my posts of past adventures and experiences. Use the menu to find out how to book a session with me or if you prefer just send me an email - the address is at the top of every page - and ask for more information.


Last modified on Friday, 15 December 2017 18:39

1 comment

  • Comment Link Rhonda Thursday, 11 January 2018 01:41 posted by Rhonda

    Just wonderful!!

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