In Focus – The Blog

  • 09/10/2019 0 Comments
    Way Out West

    The first thing you learn when you live in Ireland, is, never EVER trust the Weather Forecast. Its notoriously difficult to predict the weather in this country, with fronts coming in from all angles so even a ‘it’ll be dry with sunny spells’ can turn out to be ‘torrential rain and nowhere to hide’ type of weather….and so this trip proved.

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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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