It’s been a few weeks without editing as I enjoyed a great Easter break visiting my wife’s family in Croatia. Too much was eaten and there may have even been a few glasses of wine slipped in for good measure. The Irish landscape is always on my mind though and I managed to get a few edited this week with children back to school and overindulgence a distant memory. IrishLight is coming soon and we have some great prizes this year and some fantastic companies new and old we have teamed up with. Watch this space ..
It’s like a rollercoaster out on Beara. The rocks have such a dynamic formation. The bowl is an iconic wee spot for sure and no matter the light it never disappoints. Long exposure here to keep things nice and smooth. Lots of dodge and burn as always to create directional shape in the image.
Nikon d850 14 – 24 Lee Little Stopper and Grad ND
Just before I left for Croatia we had a great workshop in Co Kerry with a fine flock. We were based out of Kenmare so the images below are from north and south Kerry and may even dip into Cork. The weather was quite clear at times which didn’t make for great afternoon shooting but we got some stunning sunrises and sunsets for good measure.
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Waves roll in on the BallinSkellig coast in the west of Ireland. Amazing to see the azure Atlantic with the dramatic backdrop on the Skelligs. We were treated to some great light to match the epic scenery.
Nikon d850, 200 – 500, f 9 at 1/1000
What an amazing array of reflections at Glanmore lake. Stunning, stunning morning. It’s hard to tell where the lake begins and ends when you get in and get focused with the 70 – 200.
Nikon d850, f11 at 1/60th, Lee Polariser
Distant Skelligs on a stunning pastel evening. I loved how the rock formation mirrored the shape of the distant island.
F11 25 seconds, Lee 6 stop to make things slow and .9 soft to hold things in
The epic meandering view from the Healy Pass in the southwest of Ireland. The conditions were quite flat and moody which I’ve brought up with some radial filters and white balance changes. The wind was blowing a gale so managed to grab this quick handheld version.
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