Bill Wallace and David Carberry.
These photographs are taken by Dave Carbery on our recent Photobreaks trip to the Mount Falcon Hotel in Co. Mayo, Ireland.
Dave was using his new Fuji XT10 with XF 18-55 F2.8-4 R LM OIS lens which he bought in Conn's Cameras. I say this because I am often asked "what camera should I buy?" by friends. I recommended this camera to a few people in the Raheny Camera Club. As you can see it will shoot beautiful landscapes.
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A tripod is a must when taking Landscape photographs. Some of these photographs are one minute exposures.
It is not only about the camera, Dave had his ideas of landscapes he wanted to shoot and I think he got some great shots. And he might be hooked.
"Owen. Fantastic job, well done. Thank you for your wisdom and company over the last 3 days."
Good Morning Owen,
Hope you are keeping well since last we met.
I received your wonderful photographs through my facebook page.
"I would like to thank you for the opportunity to have spent valuable time with a 'real Photographer' you were just so patient and kind. The pleasure was all ours.
The setting for the photo-break in Mount Falcon was very suitable for the trip, the weather was mostly good and the early morning sunrise shoot at Killala was invigorating and well worth experiencing.
I learned a lot about light(shutter speeds) shadows and angles. At the end of the day we all wanted to have a great photo with which to" impress Owen".
It was also a good opportunity to meet other people who love photography and we were so lucky with the group we met and intend to keep in touch with them for exhibition dates etc. "looking forward to the exhibitions into the future".
Will be in touch Owen.
yours in vision
Linda and Shirley's first sunrise shoot on Photobreaks tour of Mayo yesterday.
Good afternoon everybody.
It is a real pleasure for me to be tasked with the honour of opening this Photographic Exhibition titled “Time Flies”, showcasing a series of Limited Edition, archival photographic prints of the awe-inspiring Connemara Landscape by Owen O’Connor...
I learned so much, beautiful locations at Howth and Clontarf. Owen's great understanding of the camera.
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