Here's a cool little project we did for the Lagoon Restaurant and Guesthouse in Termon, we were trying to show off just how stunning Donegal really is and just how close The Lagoon is to all these places along the Wild Atlantic Way.
This wedding was set in one of the most scenic locations Donegal has to offer, Dunlewey. It's a great place to have wedding photos taken as you can see below. The reception was held in the lovely An Chuirt Hotel.
From the old car to the September light that every photographer craves this wedding was set up to be a great one!
I am currently photographing an amazing old church which was turned in to a house by the hugely talented Declan Mc Cabe of McCabe Architects .
I'm still in the process of photographing the building but here are a few images I have taken so far...
All the above images were taken using a Canon 5D Mk III along with the Canon 24mm Tilt Shift Lens. Some images are made up as a composites.
We always love to photograph all the little details at a wedding from the rings to the shoes. These images really help to tell the story of the wedding in the final wedding album...
I was recently photographing a few dogs in Killiney Hill, Dublin, and it was way more fun than I thought it was going to be... Just look at these big posers!
If you want a few portraits of your pets then get in touch:
Last night, the 14th of July 2015, I took my Phantom 3 (which is now better known as the bumble bee among us!) and climbed up along a few mountains around Mt. Errigal not expecting the clouds to open up and provide us with this epic sunset. So as my battery was low and it was beeping out of control telling me the battery is low and it needs to return home asap, but I ket holding off and holding off until this happened! Landed it with just a few percentage left!
For the techies out there this was shot using a DJI Phantom 3, shot in Raw and it is a two image panoramic merged manually in Photoshop.
Here is a map of where I took the image
I recently had the opportunity to photograph Michael Murphy for Irish Tatler Man magazine where he was being featured. Currently standing as one of if not the best gaa footballer at the moment Michael is better known around the county as a gentle giant!
Michael is now running his own sports shop at www.michaelmurphysports.ie