During our photography tour of Ireland my wife and I visited the Dunfanaghy Workhouse Heritage Centre. People interested in history will find this to be an informative stop.
Mussenden Temple is one of the most photographed monuments in Northern Ireland. It was built in 1783 by Frederick Hervey, the Fourth Earl of Bristol. The structure was designed as a library and built for the Earl’s niece, Frideswide Bruce. Mussenden Temple became her memorial when she died in 1785.
This article shares a selection of handheld images captured with Nikon 1 gear at Keem Bay Ireland. It discusses various composition considerations. In the spirit of sharing and learning, I included a few compositions that didn’t work out nearly as well as I had hoped.
Towards the end of the third week of our photography tour of Ireland we visited the Burrishoole Friary. Continue reading Burrishoole Friary Ireland
When planning our 2019 photography tour to Ireland, my wife identified Kylemore Abbey as one of her ‘must see’ destinations. She was intrigued with the architecture and the rustic location.
Planning a self-drive photography tour is always a creative and enjoyable experience. My wife and I do our best to ensure that we will enjoy the journey as much as the destinations we visit. This article shares a selection of images captured handheld as we drove from the Clifden area to Kylemore Abbey in Ireland.
If find yourself travelling in the Adare area of Ireland, a visit to the Holy Trinity Abbey Church is something to consider.
During our trip to Italy last year we had the opportunity for a Vatican visit with our tour group. This article shares a selection of images and discusses some of the composition choices made during our Vatican visit.
The latest CIPA data for November shows that the camera market has continued to contract for each month in 2019. While some folks seem to enjoy speculating about the failure of one camera brand or another, camera market decline risks have broader potential impacts for all of us who are interested in photography.