Framing the Wild West – the landscape photography of Timothy H OSullivan

September 11, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
One of the great photographic pioneers of the nineteenth century was Irish born Timothy H. O’Sullivan. Often referred to as America’s forgotten photographer, this private man created a remarkable and varied body of work, from the brutal battlefields of the American Civil War to the arid landscapes of the western wilderness. As such, he was one of t...
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Clare Island in Black & White (Panasonic GH5)

September 10, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Clare Island – a monochrome study Ireland's offshore islands have always been deeply inspiring to my photographic eye. Here are a selection of favourite black and white images from a few days on Clare Island, in Clew Bay, Mayo.
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Kinsale Community Hospital commission

July 07, 2017  •  2 Comments
Kinsale Community Hospital is a modern long-stay facility for Kinsale's older residents. The main hospital building has a long history, being over 200 years old but has been continuously developed over recent years and is now a bright, airy residential home to 40 people. During the recent phase of development, the Director of the hospital made cont...
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Landscape photography with the Olympus OMD E-M1 Mark II

March 14, 2017  •  9 Comments
As sensor and camera technologies have evolved in recent years, it can be difficult to keep up with progress and to wonder if specific new features are applicable to your style of photography. Those of us who came through the film route to modern photography still marvel at what currently available cameras can do in the field. In my own areas of un...
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Protecting Philippine Reefs, cover and feature SubSea Magazine, Autumn 2016

November 23, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Protecting Philippine Reefs The community-managed Marine reserve of Apo Island Words and Photographs by John Collins It can be hard to find good news stories on the subject of marine protection. On a recent trip to the Philippines, I was heartened to hear the story of a small island community who have become a model for community-managed marine re...
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