Shooting in Bright Sunlight

I had previously seen a few photos of the old Balla railway station before but had never actually shot it myself. In fairness, it was never a location that appealed to me. However, like all photographers, I like to visit these locations at least once to see for myself. When you first start out on…

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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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The Holga 120N Diaries #2

Earlier this year, I posted about my first experience with the Holga 120N- an iconic “toy” camera, characterised by its unique image quality and minimal controls. I had just acquired it and was looking forward to taking some snaps. Now, five months later this is the second instalment. Two rolls of 120 film have been exposed…

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Photo Cropping in Lightroom

For me, photo cropping in Lightroom is one of the most important edits you can do to improve your images. I’ve wrote before about my editing process in Lightroom and also covered a little about black and white conversion. But in this short article, I want to talk about this most important part of post processing.…

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A Break in County Kerry

We had a few days break recently and traveled to county Kerry. I’d never been to this side of the country before so was looking forward to seeing what it had to offer. Kerry did not disappoint. For photographers especially, there are unlimited opportunities to get your camera out. The weather wasn’t the best but…

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