Ireland, Leica, Photography, reportage, Weddings

Declan & Clare’s Wedding

A few photos I took on Dec & Clare’s big day. Well done guys. Thanks for a great time, it was great to be part of the¬†celebrations.

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And the celebrations continued the following day….

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I wasn’t the official wedding photographer, but I was in photographer mode for much of the day, as I am trying to build up a wedding portfolio.

If you know someone getting married who is looking for a wedding photographer, please send them in my direction. ūüėČ

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Poultry Section

Photo taken at the Bannow & Rathangan Agricultural Show 2010 Рon one of my long expired last rolls of Kodachrome (1993). At the time I was under the influence of street photography, looking for interesting situations that maybe included an element of humour.

I still have a few rolls  of Kodachrome left in the fridge. I only wish I had shot loads more with it while it was still processed by Kodak.

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fashion, Ireland, Photography, photojournalism

Last Sunset of 2013

As the sun sets on 2013, I would like to thank everyone who visited my blog and took the time to comment, like, follow, etc. Thank you very much for your time. Wishing you all a very Happy, Healthy New Year.

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A small gathering of people watch the last sunset of 2013.

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Portrait of a boy

It would be fair to say that most of my photographs are of landscapes. I also take a lot of family photographs but these mostly stay out of public eye, in the private domain. However, now and again I feel the urge to share some of these photos.

For some reason this one really reminds me of Steve McCurry’s photograph of the Afghan Girl. It’s probably the powerful gaze, the direct eye contact. What do you think?SB_20130726_0014_web

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