HIBERNIA LANDsCAPES WORKSHOPS

Join me on one of my landscape photography workshops and experience not only the joy of seeing our beautiful landscape in its very best light, but learn how to capture that beauty on camera too!

If you've always wanted to get more out of a camera you bought and haven't used, or have recently discovered landscape photography then you can find details below for all of my landscape photography workshops.
I provide tuition in small groups at a range of stunning locations.  Learn how to plan a shoot beforehand in detail, compose an image, expose correctly (including long exposures) and I also provide post-processing hints and tips.  These workshops are suitable for beginners right up to advanced photographers who would like to be introduced to and guided around some new locations to expand their portfolio.  
All of my workshops are planned meticulously to give you the best chance of being in the right place, at the right time!
I offer a range of workshops on Rathlin Island, in the Mourne Mountains, Donegal and the Benevenagh Area of Outstanding Beauty. 

Simply click on a workshop below to find full workshop and booking details.
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Rathlin Island is only 6 miles from Ballycastle, but despite this it has a remote beauty and tranquility that is like nowhere else in Northern Ireland.  Whilst it is only 6 miles long and one mile wide, it has a rugged landscape with long stretches of dramatic sea cliffs, wild waves, secluded beaches, ancient woodlands, clear views of Antrim, Scotland and Donegal and no less than three lighthouses.  This is a wonderful opportunity to explore the whole island and the fantastic scenery that is on offer for landscape photography.  


 

THE WILDS OF RATHLIN ISLAND 2-day workshop 7th-8th April 2018 (SOLD OUT)

 

Rathlin Island is only 6 miles from Ballycastle, but despite this it has a remote beauty and tranquility that is like nowhere else in Northern Ireland.  Whilst it is only 6 miles long and one mile wide, it has a rugged landscape with long stretches of dramatic sea cliffs, wild waves, secluded beaches, ancient woodlands, clear views of Antrim, Scotland and Donegal and no less than three lighthouses.  This is a wonderful opportunity to explore the whole island and the fantastic scenery that is on offer for landscape photography.


 

ICONIC DOnegal 2-day workshop
17th-18th NOVEMBER 2018
 (SOLD OUT)

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Donegal is often described as being 'Ireland in Miniature' as it has everything you could possibly hope for in an Irish landscape;  mountains, pristine sandy beaches, battered rocky beaches, sea arches, waterfalls and glorious loughs are dotted all around.
Donegal is, for me, the highlight of the Wild Atlantic Way.
My mum's side of the family are from Donegal so I've always spent lots of time there.  Gaoth Dobhair (or Gweedore), in the northwest of the county has become my favourite spot, such is the concentration of fantastic locations in such a small area.  For years I have visited Gaoth Dobhair every Winter to photograph the landscape, a time of the year when I have the place to myself and when the landscape is at its most rugged. I'd love to share that experience with others. 

THE WILDS OF RATHLIN ISLAND 2-day workshop 15-16th September 2018

 

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Rathlin Island is only 6 miles from Ballycastle, but despite this it has a remote beauty and tranquility that is like nowhere else in Northern Ireland.  Whilst it is only 6 miles long and one mile wide, it has a rugged landscape with long stretches of dramatic sea cliffs, wild waves, secluded beaches, ancient woodlands, clear views of Antrim, Scotland and Donegal and no less than three lighthouses.  This is a wonderful opportunity to explore the whole island and the fantastic scenery that is on offer for landscape photography.

 

 

ICONIC DONEGAL 2-DAY WORKSHOP 2nd-3rd March 2019

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Donegal is often described as being 'Ireland in Miniature' as it has everything you could possibly hope for in an Irish landscape;  mountains, pristine sandy beaches, battered rocky beaches, sea arches, waterfalls and glorious loughs are dotted all around.
Donegal is, for me, the highlight of the Wild Atlantic Way.
My mum's side of the family are from Donegal so I've always spent lots of time there.  Gaoth Dobhair (or Gweedore), in the northwest of the county has become my favourite spot, such is the concentration of fantastic locations in such a small area.  For years I have visited Gaoth Dobhair every Winter to photograph the landscape, a time of the year when I have the place to myself and when the landscape is at its most rugged. I'd love to share that experience with others. 

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MOURNE PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS

I am delighted to announced that I will soon be releasing details of new Mourne Photography Workshops in collaboration with two great friends and two brilliant photographers; Ryan Simpson and Alistair Hamill.

By pooling our experience and expertise, you can learn by seeing the mountains not only from one photographer’s perspective, but from three. Between us, we have countless hours of experience hiking all over the mountains, in all seasons, at all times of day and night and in all sorts of weather.

We not only have come to know this place well; we have come to be truly at home here. We know the rhythms and seasons of the year. We know how the landscapes look under different light. And we have come to know the great inspiration it is to stand in the heart of the Kingdom of Mourne, looking up at an imposing peak, or looking down over the sweeping valleys below.

And so our plan is not just to show you around the mountains. But to help you to discover them. To begin the ongoing journey of you getting to know them, their character and their ebbs and flows through our workshops. Yes, you will learn the technicalities of photography. But, more than that, you will come to experience the breathtaking wonder that waits to be uncovered in this unique landscape in Northern Ireland.

At this stage, we are still in the planning phase. But we are keen to open this idea up at this point for anyone who would like to register interest. If you would like to do so, click on this link here and you can fill in a few details to be added to our registration list.*