The year David Bowie left this mortal coil.
I didn’t upgrade this Christmas, I downgraded. It took me an hour but I managed to build my own film camera; a gift from my dad.
If you fancy giving it a go click this link here.
Watch this space for the results!
I am not here to compete, I am here to create.
Inspired by a recent visit to the most haunted house in Ireland; Loftus Hall, I created this image of Lady Anne; the ghostly resident of the tapestry room.
Along with an incredibly entertaining and spooky tour of the house visitors can also admire the amazing work of locally based photographer, Steve Meyler.
Loftus Hall, Hook Head, New Ross, Co. Wexford is well worth a visit, especially if you’re trying to entertain older children and teenagers on a rainy holiday. It is recommended though that you book in advance as the tours are very popular.
While awaiting sponsorship from an amazing camera gear company (which could happen any day now) I am forced to find inexpensive ways to get creative with my camera.
On a recent shoot with a fellow photographer (who always manages to get comprising shots of whoever is in her company) I tried the a yellow sweet wrapper on my speedlight, see below.
I was pleasantly surprised with the results, so until I get that sponsorship call; keep the Quality Streets coming.
David Kennedy photography organised a fun, collaborative photo shoot last Saturday in Virginia, Co. Cavan.
Apart from being valuable experience for building portfolios for both the models and photographers alike; photo shoots organised amongst friends are guaranteed great fun.
So find a photographer who organises photoshoots or even better – go organise one yourself, we spent just over three hours making our way from one end of the town the other (including a coffee break in the delightful Mason’s Apron).
Photoshoots the most fun you can have (legally) with two models and a suitcase.
Photography is all about light. But what does that mean?
How do we as photographers; light chasers extraordinaire, harness the power of light?
The best instructor, I’ve found, is natural light itself.
There is nothing more illuminating than paying witness to a sunrise; training your eyes on golden shafts of light as they meet, stop then creep over black lumps revealing fronds of various greens clinging to rocks as equally varied in colour.
A sunrise is a lesson in light, form and shadow. Take the time to witness one, even record it for future reference; a sound investment for improving your photography (even studio work).