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photo workshop Tag

Yesterday we visited Coosacuslaun Bay on the Mizen Peninsula as part of the current West Cork photo workshop. The photo conditions were simply perfect....

The weather on the Dingle Peninsula was mixed yesterday. While the south of the peninsula was covered by dense clouds, the Slieve Mist Mountains and Brandon Mountains hold back the clouds, so that the northern part of the peninsula could enjoy some sunny spells. The photo...

During the West Cork photo tour last week we hiked along the cliffs of Toe Head. With the perfect lighting conditions and stormy waves, the workshop participants (bottom right in the picture) enjoyed excellent photo opportunities. Click here if you interested in an one-to-one photography workshop...

My photo workshop in West Cork started this evening. As the sun was hiding behind the clouds at Galley Head, long exposures were a suitable technique to create exciting landscapes despite the lack of light....

On the second day of the photo workshop on the Beara Peninsula there was a mix of hail, rain, sunshine and some rough gusts of wind. During the dry periods there were wonderful lighting situations, like here at Ballydonegan Beach near Allihies on the Beara...

Yesterday morning we visited the beech alley "The Dark Hedges“ as part of my photo workshop. Cameras were mounted on the tripods in the early morning dawn and possible image compositions were discussed. When the rising sun then wrapped the old trees in a beautiful...

After an early morning photo session at Culloo Rock on Valentia Island, I guided the participants of this week's photo workshop along the Ring of Kerry. We caught the last sunlight of the day near Caherdaniel overlooking Derrynane Harbour....