Displaying items by tag: photography workshops

Sunday, 29 July 2018 18:18

Out on the road, in Ireland

Recent weeks have seen me leading photography tours and workshops all over Ireland, from Antrim to Cork, Dublin to Galway and many points in between using the country's scenic roads like this one to get to location.

Find more about those adventures here on Panoramic Ireland or contact me to join me on a photography experience in Ireland - you choose the location and day.

Published in Photo Tours
Monday, 02 July 2018 22:44

Sunset in Glendalough, Wicklow

Sunset at Glendalough after a long day of photography in Ireland

We spent from before dawn right through to sunset photographing in Ireland's County Wicklow, situated just south of Dublin it is an area that I know very well.

Published in Photo Tours

I recently upgraded my online booking system for Panoramic Ireland's Dublin Photo Tours, and the tours for the rest of Ireland. It is now possible to book online using mobile phones, tablets and computers. You can also send me an email to enquire about dates, it's easy.

Have a look through my Dublin page, read more about how I can help you to make more of your camera and your creative vision, with years of experience shooting images for the biggest names in the travel and publishing industries including Ireland's Irish Times, The Sunday Times, easyJet, Ritz-Carlton and The New York Times.

With extensive experience image making for architects, musicians and travel companies amongst others - have a look at my photography site here - I can guide you in improving your photography and showing you the places that years of exploring Ireland's highways and byways brings. Choose from early morning, middle of the day or evening seven days a week.

Join me, an Irish professional travel photographer with over ten years of experience leading private photography tours to learn ho to make better images in Ireland, my tours are private one-to-ones with just you or your friends/family.

To book a photo tour / workshop in Dublin with Panoramic Ireland, click here and scroll to the bottom of the page for the calendar booking system or search here:

Published in Photo Tours
Tuesday, 27 March 2018 23:43

Ireland's Wild and Rugged Coastline

The wild, stormy and rugged coast of Ireland varies from sandy beaches to rocky headlands.

Here seen on one of the many stormy days driving wave after wave onto the coast, swirling white water draining over black rocks.

I often get asked about bad weather and photography such as is it possible to photograph on stormy days, what about 'bad' weather.

What is 'bad' weather? Weather affects the feeling of an image, there really is no such thing as bad weather in photography. A sunny image with calm seas can lack impact, even lighting is not as interesting as contrasty conditions typical of a stormy day and the motion of the ocean upon the shore is one of dramatic interest.

Storms bring waves, Ireland being a small island where you can only be 80 miles from the sea means a trip to the coast as seen in this image is very easy and worthwhile.

The challenge of landscape photography is of course to deal with the elements, anticipate the weather using knowledge and the forecasts and be ready to adapt to what local conditions are like.

Stormy days sometimes bring sunny weather between the windy, wet weather such as here on the Antrim Coast.

Join me on a photography workshop on the coast of Ireland, contact me for dates and locations for Panoramic Ireland's coastal photography workshops in Ireland 2018 and 2019.

Published in Photo Tours
Wednesday, 31 January 2018 17:47

Street Photography in Dublin

Dublin is a great city for street photography, the small size and relaxed attitude of its inhabitants coupled with small cobbled streets and alleyways makes for many opportunities to photograph people on the Irish capital's streets.

Join me, Panoramic Ireland, to photograph the streets of Dublin on one of my photography workshops throughout the year.

See panoramicireland.com/dublin for more or use the contact form to enquire.

Published in Photo Tours
Friday, 05 May 2017 14:18

Pine Island, Connemara

Pine Island is one of the western region of Connemara's key attractions for landscape photography and one that I return to often. Next visit, April 2023.

The trees here are Scots Pine, a native evergreen tree that tends to grow tall and slender, it has red coloured wood and tends to add a lot of interest to landscape images of the west of Ireland.

Here we have a long exposure scene with reflection and some wind on Lough Derryclare's surface.

Published in Photo Tours
Friday, 30 November 2001 00:00

Workshop in the Woods of the West of Ireland

Mayo and Galway - my favourite part of the west of Ireland, is it yours?

I have written recently about leading photo tours in the west of Ireland and it being one of my favourite places on the island of Ireland. By the west of Ireland in this case I mean Galway and Mayo as distinct from the southwest which is Cork and Kerry or the northwest which comprises Donegal and Sligo.

Galway is Ireland's second largest county after Cork and Co. Mayo isn't small either. Driving across both of these counties you really do get a feel for their large size. The differing landscapes between Ballinasloe in the east of Co. Galway and Clifden, capital of Connemara in the west are obvious to the traveller.

Published in Photo Tours
Friday, 30 November 2001 00:00

Vouchers for Photo Tours

Vouchers for Photo Tours in Dublin & Ireland

We often get asked if we can provide vouchers for photography tours and experiences, and the answer is always yes. To buy a voucher please send us an email enquiry through the website at the contact page. Currently it is possible to buy specific dates for Dublin Photo Tours through the secure booking system that accepts PayPal by the way! 

Published in Miscellaneous
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