Irish Photography Blog Roundup

sat prep essay writing tips

Thursday, Feb 14th, 2019 | Source: DAVID McCLELLAND

sat prep essay writing tips Anything that provides us something to think about can be put into a responsive reading.In-text references are used instead of footnotes in APA format.2013.4.You know you’re a writer, because you’re driven to put your thoughts into words to share with others, you like to organize words, and you’re either considering writing, or you’re already writing articles and publishing them. tips for shortening an essay Writing with Inferential ...

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Kristine Hayes Wedding Design

Wednesday, Feb 13th, 2019 | Source: Brosnan Photographic

Formerly Lovebird Designs, Kristine Hayes now operates under her own name at Kristine Hayes Wedding Design. With a background in Interior design Kristine has impeccable taste. One thing I’ve noted about working with Kristine is her calm presence. If you want a wedding that’s beautiful and without any hassle to you then she’s your gal. A few places I’ve worked with Kristine Hayes – Longueville House Kilshane House ...

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Aer Lingus and Bank of Ireland Credit Card

Wednesday, Feb 6th, 2019 | Source: Cliona O'Flaherty Photography

I got to work on this campaign with a super team and agency.:Photography assistants: Sophie Barr and AdrianWotjasStylist: Aisling FarinellaHair and Makeup: Ivey Sullivan Morgan the AgencyAgency: KesselsKramerShot in Bond Street

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Wednesday, Feb 6th, 2019 | Source: Sligo Ireland Wedding Photographer

Sharon & Glynn, Engagement Shoot, near Geevagh, Co.Sligo When it snows in Ireland, it generally melts quite quick & there’s never enough time to get an engagement shoot done with a snowy background, that’s pretty much why in 13 years of photographing weddings, I’ve only ever had one snow engagement shoot. So when it dumped a few inches of the white stuff last Wednesday, I was really hoping to have a ...

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Dublin City Elopement at The Merrion Hotel

Tuesday, Feb 5th, 2019 | Source: Brosnan Photographic

Floriana and Andre, two charming people, travelled from Italy to elope in Dublin. They had been to Dublin on travels and felt it was the perfect place for them to say ‘I do’. Floriana is one part of Getting Married In Italy and knows a thing or two when it comes to planning weddings. Floriana loves the Dublin architecture and chose The Merrion Hotel for the wedding dinner. It was ...

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Picking A Wedding Videographer

Tuesday, Feb 5th, 2019 | Source: Sligo Ireland Wedding Photographer

As somebody who has photographed weddings since 2007, I’ve seen massive changes in the way wedding videographers work. 2007, 2008 and most of 2009 seen for the most part guys (and yes, guys alone) using those big over the shoulder cameras, controlling nearly everything they shot, posing everything, having huge lights inside the church, and being generally hard to avoid at a wedding, and that includes walking in front of ...

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The Wedding Day Timeline & Photography

Friday, Feb 1st, 2019 | Source: Sligo Ireland Wedding Photographer

In 2019 at some point I’ll have photographed 450 weddings since 2007! What does that mean aside from the obvious! Well it means I know how the wedding day flows and what happens when & how long it takes to do parts of the day, like getting ready, the ceremony, the photo shoot etc! And whether it’s me photographing your wedding or somebody else, your photographer more than any other ...

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Screebe House Wedding, Connemara.

Thursday, Jan 31st, 2019 | Source: Blog – Aspect Photography

The post Screebe House Wedding, Connemara. appeared first on Aspect Photography.

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The Guardian Weekend Magazine – Radical Empathy

Wednesday, Jan 30th, 2019 | Source: Cliona O'Flaherty Photography

I got to work on a shoot for a lovely initiative called "Radical Empathy" for the Guardian Weekend Magazine.You can read the article here

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The Retro Return

Wednesday, Jan 30th, 2019 | Source: Cliona O'Flaherty Photography

I'm going retro.I have decided to reactivate my blog.Instagram is all well and good but I'm after a less "Insta" thing to use as a diary and a place to show personal and commissioned projects and to write some words and musings.It may be tumblweed in blogland but welcome if you have happened to stumble across this :-)

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Katherine and Kyle at Tinakilly House

Tuesday, Jan 29th, 2019 | Source: DAVID McCLELLAND

“I wasn’t built for this heat.” David McClelland Summer 2018. If you were in Ireland during the summer of 2018, I apologise that you didn’t get to experience the real Ireland. What you got instead was some crazy phenomenon called a “heat-wave”. Ice cream sales went through the roof, factor 50 as hard to come by, everyone wore sunglasses, straw hats were a thing, and the grass died. All of the ...

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Waterlily Weddings

Tuesday, Jan 29th, 2019 | Source: Brosnan Photographic

Michelle, of Waterlily Weddings, and her team create stylish bespoke events for couples getting married in Ireland. With Michelle now based stateside and her team of ladies based both in Ireland and the US this helps bridge the gap for many of her couples who travel from America. Michelle and the team have always been nothing but professional, organised, timely, and easy to work with. For a photographer and for ...

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Commercial portrait photography from 2018 – Noel Hillis

Monday, Jan 28th, 2019 | Source: Noel Hillis Photography blog

Here is a selection of my favourite images from the past 12 months.John Miu, Chief Operating Officer of ABP (London) Investment Ltd, was photographed for EG magazine.I am grateful to the editors who commissioned me to produce cover photography for their magazine, over the past year. Here are four examples. Stephen Wheeler, CEO of SSE, was photographed for Energy Ireland's Renewable Energy Magazine, Rosalind Carroll, Director of the Residential Tenancies ...

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Press PR & Corporate Event Photography

Monday, Jan 28th, 2019 | Source: 1IMAGE blog

Creating dynamic imagery for Ireland’s Public Relations, Corporate & Commercial sectors We create images for business! Press PR & Corporate Event Photography 1IMAGE have 20+ years experience creating eye catching photography for our client’s Press & PR Media Campaigns We offer highly competitive ‘All-In’ photocall packages. Photocall images are immediately captioned and syndicated to the national press.  1IMAGE are proud to have a long standing, close working relationship with national picture desks/editors. PHOTOCALL Email for NEW CLIENT DISCOUNT! Client: TG4 TG4 strikes again with the launch of their ...

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A Personal Look Back at 2018

Friday, Jan 25th, 2019 | Source: DAVID McCLELLAND

From a professional standpoint, 2018 was quite something. From a personal point a view, it was life-changing. Sadie and Elliott made their entrance into our world in the middle of January and Dee and I have been trying to figure out this parenting lark ever since.  Dee’s killing it, I’m over in the corner doing a bad impression. Elliott who arrived out first with a scream that resembled a duck being ...

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