Monthly Archives: July 2014

Tuesday’s Photo tip: Capture your ‘Why’

Today’s photography tip is simple and brief. Reflect on your work. Keep a journal, blog about it, keep a scrap book. Notice why you clicked the shutter when you did, what was it about that moment? Why were you even … Continue reading

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Photography tales from Ireland

I believe I have the best job in the world.   I run photography tours, holidays and workshops in Ireland where I help other like minded people who are equally passionate about photography as an art and want to use … Continue reading

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Tueday’s Photo tip: Think like the spider!

Today’s photography tip applies to any type of photography, for landscape photographers to portrait photographers and whether you are taking wedding pictures or making abstract photography:  As you’re looking through the view finder of your DSLR think about your audience, … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Photo tip

Today’s photo tip is a little late!  Please accept my apologies!  Today in our ongoing conversation about photography I want to talk about the basics of taking ‘better’ photographs and how to go about it.  Of all the things we … Continue reading

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Original Photography Prints

I was really pleased that my work was selected for a Showcase at the Maldron Hotel, Cardiff Lane, Dublin.  I have 18 landscape pictures of Ireland on show and available at the Maldron, many are of the sea, a subject … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Photography Tip

  If you aspire to be more than just a casual snapper then design is something you need to consider in your images.  The best photographers know that sometimes with design, its not what you add but what you leave … Continue reading

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