Irish Landscape Photography Blog

South West Ireland in fall is one of Europe's finest destinations for landscape photography. The days are shortening and becoming more conducive to sunrise/sunset shoots, the midday light is soft enough to keep right on shooting, and the landscape is still vibrant with summer growth...

The Canon R5 has been like waiting for a bus: you wait 7 months for one and along come two at once! Yes a lot of waiting and anticipating, but finally I’m in possession of not one but two of these cutting edge cameras. This delay...

I love to use Windy.com and its App for forecasting because it gives you the satisfying option to flick between three or four different forecast models. Don’t like what you’re seeing? Just try a different one and maybe you’ll see the forecast you’d prefer. But...

The increasing popularity of aurora photography in recent years has produced some stunning imagery from unlikely latitudes. However all is not as it seems. There are implications for the wider integrity of photography. We’ve all seen those images over the past few years (popping up in...

It is said that the native forests of Ireland were once so extensive that a squirrel could cross from one side of Ireland to the other without touching the ground. We now have one of the lowest densities of woodland cover in Europe. Here and...

If you haven't already seen it I strongly recommend watching the jaw-dropping short film 'Box' from the US company Bot & Dolly. At first viewing you automatically assume CGI (computer generated effects added in post production), but if you carefully read the explanatory text you'll...

I've finally achieved a long-term ambition with the launch of a photography workshop for this coming autumn.Workshops are like a combination of a teaching course and an adventure holiday, and they may last a single day, a weekend or perhaps a week or more. The...