Images from the actual festival itself. Actors, Spoken Word, Comedians, and a toilet and bath in the 1st floor of a pub. Was quite a sight to see the bath going down the stairs and half way up the street. Of all the times NOT to have a camera handy!
Another impromptu shoot, this time with actor Clara White.
The Wonderful Barn is just outside Lexlip and looked so much fun we just had to go there at night and play with long exposures and painting the barn with light. Images are pretty much as captured and yes they are a bit out of focus. Blame night time and my bad eyesight for that.
Multi-lingual, multi-talented, hat enthusiast – Sarah Walsh 11th November – Doyles Pub
Some pics behind the scenes for the Provoke Festival. Many thanks to the members of The Collective Theatre Company et al.
Rory Gallaghers dream to Walk. Sharon Hennessy & the Miss Ireland Office with the support of Nourice Stephens, Allanna Hennessy, Popstar Studios and Lillie Bordello”s have teamed up to run a night called “Sing A Song for Rory” where some of Irelands most talented artists will perform to help raise funds for Rory to go
Another bunch from the show.
Well, if you’re going to start taking pictures of people, well you know the saying “Go Big or Go Home!” I think I went big! 🙂
Some more with ND and GND filters. Unfortunately it was a lovely bright day and the sea was particularly calm. So it was rather un-cooperative when it came to trying to get the sea to blur nicely in motion. Had to stack ND2/ND4/ND8 filters together with F22 and shutter speeds up around the 2 to
The large image on this page was taken with a Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge with a pure point and shoot. Nothing manual, nothing fancy, just phone, point, click. Was also uploaded directly from the phone to the site. And here’s the gallery of pics taken with the “real” camera. 217 taken, 32 pics that I’m
Halloween, spookiness abounds! Took Grace to Castle Dracula for some vampire/undead action. Would totally recommend the trip, but you’ll need to be careful about when you take pics and you’ll need to be pretty adept with low-light skills (which as you can see, I’m not!) as flash wouldn’t be appropriate for most of the tour.
Is the sunrise actually “over” Dun Loghaire port? Sun was still under the horizon so I guess it’s an interesting point. Taken this morning, compare these to “Leaving Port” which was taken at the same spot and the same time of the morning but a month ago. Just shows how darker the mornings are getting