Facebook for Photographers

Hi guys. In this article I’m going to share my thoughts on social media, specifically Facebook and how it relates to promoting your business online. It goes without saying that these are based on my own personal findings and also relate to the business of photography. Your experience may differ. Putting yourself out there on social media…

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Ireland Calling Interview

Below is a repost of a short interview I had some time ago with the Ireland Calling website – a superb collection of all things Irish. Be sure to pop over to them for a look – Ireland Calling, or catch them on Facebook. The original post can be seen on their site here. John Mee is a…

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Calling Some Models

Hi all. As you know I shoot commercially and also give landscape workshops and tuition. However, my first love lies in the more creative side of photography. And for that, I need some models. I like to shoot people in the landscape. These pictures will have some form of thought behind them and may often…

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The Castlebar Men’s Shed

As part of this module, we were required to split up into teams and document a particular aspect of the Castlebar Mens Shed. Our team consisted of Lukasz Zalewski, Martin Collins, Ronan Ruane, Tommy Roe and myself. We were to concentrate on producing a video of the blacksmith at work in the Mens Shed. Photographs…

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The Argument for Blur

I was asked by Mayo Photographic Club, of which I am a member, to give a presentation about my black and white photography. I gave a little thought to what I would talk about but not too much. So on Monday last, I stood up and gave my first ever talk about my own work.…

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