INFRA RED

Few shots taken with my infra red black and white camera, location is Argentina. No post production, just quick contrast adjustment and the rest is what the camera recorded. Lens is the 24mm f1.4, aperture […]

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MONOCHROME CONVERSION

First step to a good black & white photo is good colour, every colour corresponds to a shade of grey, if the colours are funny…well the black & white tones will be odd, often muddy […]

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COLOUR VERSUS MONO

Waterford Castle Wedding on New Years Eve, it was gone dark so I exposed the camera to register the last bit of colour in the sky, I got the groom to turn on his iphone […]

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KIDS STEALING THE SHOW

Kids at weddings really do steal the lime light, remind myself at times there are a bride and groom to photograph too

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90 YEARS OLD BY CANDLELIGHT

The Coo, 90th birthday in these pictures taken in Slimms pub, Bunmahon. Power was off due to a storm, really moody lighting with the fireplace and candles. Tech spec… 50mm lens, ISO 1600, F1.4 at […]

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KIDS

patience and patience but kids portraits are very rewarding

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WENDY & ALAN

Wedding in Faithlegg County Waterford, reception in Faithlegg House. Pristine beautiful day in august 2009. Most of the shots here are with the Canon 16-35 F2.8 mkii, the telephoto shots are with 135 F2 and […]

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LISMORE, COUNTY WATERFORD

St Carthage's Catholic Church Lismore, a Christmas week wedding, bitter cold, zero light but that is where the challenge is, keep me on my toes. First 2 are with the Canon 35mm F1.4 and the […]

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FAVOURITE LENS

The camera lens I use the most is the 50mm, I shoot with Canon so the lens of choice is a Canon 50mm F1.2 50mm is what is know as the standard lens, it is […]

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FABULOUS LOCATIONS PART ONE

Thinking about locations for weddings that really made an impact on me. First one is in county Meath, St. Patricks Church in Trim. It is reputed to be the oldest Anglican church in Ireland. The […]

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