In Focus – The Blog

  • 12/02/2021 0 Comments
    Are you afraid of the critical eye?

    Are you afraid to describe yourself as a part-time photographer? Are you a little intimidated to show off your work? Are you full of self doubt as to your ability? Answer yes to just one of those questions and this might interest you...

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  • 27/04/2020 0 Comments
    Brand Photography - How to be head and shoulders above the rest

    Consider this question, how quickly do you judge people? Which of these Jack Nicholson characters would you trust if you met them?

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  • 06/02/2020 0 Comments
    Wise before the Event

    People often ask me, do I have any tips for taking snaps at an event, and it got me thinking....

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  • 09/10/2019 0 Comments
    Alone, all Alone - The Story of a Welsh Hurling Nut

    The last beads of sweat ran down the hurls as players from both sides sank to their knees in both elation and despair when the All-Ireland Hurling final reached its incredible conclusion on Saturday evening. These words wouldn't look out of place on the back pages of any of the broadsheet...

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  • A story of a roadtrip around the Iveragh Peninsula more commonly called the Ring of Kerry
    15/07/2020 0 Comments
    Wild Atlantic Way - The Iveragh Peninsula

    Heading down to Kerry from Dublin is a fair old trek, after 2 hours on the road you reach the delightful town of Adare in Limerick. It’s one of those gateway towns, you know the type, when you get there you could be forgiven for thinking you had nearly reached your destination. Gone are the boring soulless motorways where the speed dial tickles 120kph replaced with narrow winding roads, imposing mountains and beautiful stretches of wild Atlantic coastline. The fact the first section is over 200km yet the remaining 150km takes even longer tells you all you need to know. My destination of choice for this trip was the townland of Dún Géagáin just outside the village of Baile’n Sceilg or Ballinskelligs to give it it’s anglicised name. As the name would suggest, it’s a Gaeltacht region, an Irish speaking area, although with the scarcity of population around these parts you’re as likely to hear braying donkeys or errant tourists as you are to hear the soft lilt of a Kerry gaeilgeoir.

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  • 04/06/2020 0 Comments
    A Headshot but not as you know it!

    Professional headshots are pretty much out of the question at the moment with the social distancing requirements in place but there is a way around it! Not only can we help you touch up images you've taken yourself but we can also give you a few tips on how to take a better headshot in the comfort of your own home.

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  • 13/05/2020 0 Comments
    Landscape Photography - The 'Craic' of Dawn

    "There'll be sleeping enough when I'm dead" Benjamin Franklin

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  • 12/12/2019 0 Comments
    What does ‘Having 2020 Vision’ mean to you?

    The expression is one of those rarely used, yet very familiar sayings that we’ve all come across at one time or another. It suggests perfect eyesight, of course, and whilst your optometrist may disagree, it is the case that to the average person, that’s exactly what 2020 vision is. For me, however, it stands out as a perfect metaphor to describe the year ahead.

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  • 27/11/2019 0 Comments
    Never underestimate the power of your Brand

    I was watching a piece on Sky Sports last week, waiting patiently for some report on Wales' famous victory the night before that got them through to only their 3rd major tournament in their history. What I got, however, was an hour long episode of the Jose Mourinho Story...

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  • 09/10/2019 0 Comments
    Outsourcing - When is the right time?

    Whilst not specifically about photography this article is based on a subject which many sole traders find intriguing. I’ve been in business as a Brand Photographer for well over two years now and one of things that I hear most often from my peers in various networking groups is that we...

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