I’ve become that thing, in the eyes of some friends, a crazy old man worshipping young women! Two very talented girls, Orlaigh Forsythe and Mollie McGinn, sometimes with a younger sister (Mamie) or a session musician as drummer play music from the early 70s, as well as their own songs. On 6th June they performed… Continue reading Dea Matrona
I would have said I’m obsessed, addicted and passionate about photography, and have a lot of fun making all kinds of images. I don’t have a style or ‘brand’ and I’m not particularly interested in sticking to a particular theme or squeezing myself into a tiny corner. Last week I took the top three places… Continue reading I am a ????? photographer
I am in 3 camera/photographic clubs – yes, I am a photography addict! I rarely enter competitions, except for the internal POTY of each club. This year, 20-21, I had some images in all 3 club POTYs. These are my entries in the BPIC POTY These are my entries in the Ballymoney PC POTY And… Continue reading POTY (photographer of the year)
My friend is an Irish literature professor who has a a way with words! I’d like to think there was some truth in them, but …. “David Wright’s world is an almost spectral place of profound famliarity and strangeness, full of natural visions plucked from the edge of morning or of night with a supernatural… Continue reading Review by a Friend
I’ve made a video on my basic workflow for planning, capturing and editing a seascape image in Photoshop. It’s quite long, so I’ll just put a link here to it. It was a big file and had to be compressed and the video quality has suffered a bit.
In 2019 I helped organise an exhibition of prints at the Riverside theatre in Coleraine for Ballymoney Photographic Club. I’m not on the committee this year, so I thought I would see if I could have a solo exhibition myself, and they took the chance (thank you, Roseanne S) that I would put up the… Continue reading Exhibition 2020
Trying this genre.
This is my LIPF panel of 10 images presented successfully at the Irish Photographic Federation meeting in Mullingar on 14th May 2016.
The general mindset of the DSLR owner is to get, or aspire to, a full frame camera. Recently that has changed for many photographers.