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THE WALK UP THE CLIFF

Fresh air, low sun, sea below with my friend New York based Anthony Mulcahy, 50mm lens, few songs, sin é www.anthonymulcahy.com

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Vicky & Brian

Huge congrats to Vicky and Brian who got married in August. It was an amazing fun day as I think the pictures show. The church was in Garranbane with the reception in the Park Hotel […]

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PORTRAIT SHOOT WITH JAMIE BY ALMA

I was on lighting assistant duty today as Alma worked the camera with the adorable little Jamie. I did Jamie’s parents wedding in 2010 so it was great to be in touch again to do […]

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Alejo

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BLACK & WHITE PORTRAITS

  I have ordered some prints from Ilford, traditional silver halide prints from digital files, I have chosen the above picture as it contains some testing tones and I’m interested to see how the digital […]

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NATALIA & RENATO

A hill overlooking Carlos Paz was the reception location of my last wedding, its about 40 minutes outside Cordoba in north western Argentina. It was a slightly overcast day which is the best weather for […]

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PORTRAIT SHOOT

Áine Murphy on her first birthday. White backdrop, main light an Elinchrom Octa, shot arount F8 Post Production in CS5, curves and a black and white conversion

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SLIMMS PART ONE

Looking through some old portfolios while looking for a picture, found some of my old favourites, few more to follow later

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FIRST DANCE III

Canon 1ds mkiii 16-35 F2.8 Same technique again, using a speedlite as a back light and one bouncing of the ceiling in front, metering is all manual and adjusted for whatever ambient exists. High contrast […]

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WEDDING SATURDAY

Half way through processing last saturdays wedding in county Meath, Ger and Jane the happy couple. The weather was fantastic, probably too good for photography, i was blinded by the sun…but it made for a […]

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