The editing keeps coming with another new 5 images this week. I focused my editing attention on the motherland last week, Eire, home, Ireland. I love getting out on the road traveling especially after the last 2 years but of course, Ireland has so much to offer in terms of great locations for shooting. This week I’ve picked some images from diverse locations around the country. From the far north in Fanad Head all the way south to the Dingle peninsula. Producing 5 images like this takes me around a day. Lots of tweaking of contrast trying to find the right shape but most importantly looking for balanced image path. I’ve also been doing lots of post processing webinars for our workshop participants in the background but I did one public event last week which you can still watch on Facebook if you click HERE.
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Defo one of Ireland’s top photo spots is Derryclare on a calm morning. It looked like the mist was going to do its thing but it just made a short appearance in the backdrop and then fizzled out. This was long before dawn,
nikon d850 , 24 mm TS f11 at 30 seconds with .9 soft grad LEE Filters ND
Fanad Lighthouse Donegal in Ireland’s north needs little introduction. I tried to capture a shot of the lighthouse reflecting in the foreground but ended up with a different comp. We were treated to some beautiful light and great clouds for good measure. Not a bad morning at all for a wide angle lens.
f14 at 4 seconds, :ee Filters 6 Stop and a .9 soft ND
The mighty Dun Briste on Downpatrick Head Co Mayo. The weather was characteristically grey which for me really suits the scene. @norman McCloskey has an amazing shot of this location in similar conditions so I definitely had a reference point for this edit.
Stick on the little stopper a wee soft grad and it’s hard to go too wrong. The subject select in Lightroom was really useful for processing this file too.
Nikon d850 24mTS, Little stopper Lee Filters and my .9soft grad ND
It’s the clouds and the rain that make it. I just love the atmospheric light in the West of Ireland. A classic day here out on Slea Head Dingle. Low clouds, swell, and pristine beaches.
Nikon d850, f16 6 seconds, 6 Stop Lee Filters ND
The Burren is famous for its vast expanses of limestone and its craggy shoreline. Look a bit deeper and there are also some amazing beaches where the rock formations stretch to the sea. Glad to have the wellies on for this shot. Very wet feet otherwise.
nikon d850, 14 – 24 , f16 at 25 seconds
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