Tailored photography workshops and photo tours in Kerry
Tailor made private and group photo tours available upon request. Day trips also available. Organise your own personal photography workshop today. Register your interest below and I will contact you.
Price: €300 for a custom one to one session. Discount rates are available for groups.
Max group size: 3
Fitness level: Moderate
Duration: 8 hours. Extra time can be arranged at an additional cost.
What To Bring: Camera gear, charged batteries, camera cards, filters, tripod, walking shoes and waterproof clothing.
Locations: Once described by the National Geographic as one of the most beautiful places on earth, the Dingle peninsula draws photographers from all over the world. From the picturesque fishing town of Dingle to the spectacular mountain scenery and stunning coastline, this route is truly jaw dropping. The landscape lends an insight into old Ireland of days gone by, with small farmsteads hugging the dramatic cliffs and green fields enclosed with stone walls. The high coast road offers spectacular views of the headland stretching out towards the Blasket islands like a finger pointing at the view. The exact locations on the field trip will be dictated by conditions on the day. Whatever the weather, a suitable range of locations will be included in your itinerary.
Killarney national park stretches over 25,000 acres and boasts some of the most spectacular scenery in Ireland. The mountains, lakes and woodland feature in many a tourism campaign. On this Killarney photography workshop, the emphasis is on key locations within the park. Some of these are on the main tourist trail while the real gems lie off the beaten track. Each location is a short walk from the car and the terrain will require good walking shoes. The full day workshop ends shortly after sunset with a chance to practice low light photography exposures during the blue hour. The exact location of the field trips will be dictated by conditions on the day. Whatever the weather, a suitable range of locations will be included in your itinerary.
The Skellig Ring was voted one of the world’s top 10 regions to visit in 2017 by the Lonely Planet and for good reason. The narrow roads do not cater to busloads of tourists, like that of the Ring of Kerry and this is part of the charm of this unique, unspoilt area. A quiet back road leads down to the small fishing village of Portmagee, gateway to Valentia island and the famed Skelligs. From here, the road climbs and crosses the mountainous coastline as if on a rollercoaster track, sweeping you up to great heights and back down to the shoreline before rising again. The entire route is breathtakingly beautiful with spectacular views, both inland and by the coast. The exact locations will be dictated by conditions on the day. Whatever the weather, a suitable range of locations will be included.