We will meet at the Sealife centre on Bray's mile-long promenade that stretches from the old harbour past the childhood home of James Joyce with rain jackets, sensible shoes and cameras at the ready. We will head up towards Bray Head (791 ft ) it forms part of the Wicklow Mountains and a popular spot for hillwalkers. Bray head is an ideal location for landscape photography, It offers a great diversity of enviorns from the Not only will we discover many different vantage points from which to photograph this landscape but we will also discuss photographic techniques for landscape photography. After our walk, we will return to the visitors' centre in time for the St Kevins bus to Dublin.
Well if you're here you probably want to know a little more about me. I am a Wicklow based photographer and photography teacher I've been doing it for quite some time now. My images have been published nationally and internationally and even landed on the pages of a few glossy magazines but more, importantly they have introduced me to some wonderful people. My work is predominantly portraiture and landscape and I love the outdoors. I want to share with you some of Ireland's most beautiful landscapes and help you make images that you will cherish for years to come.
We will meet at the Glendalough visitors centre from there we will head up towards The Stone ruins of a monastic settlement originally built in the 6th century by St. Kevin. Glendalough means the Valley of the two lakes so from St Kevins we will move on to the picturesque lower lake, we move through oak woodland often carpeted with bluebells and wood sorrel to the upper lake deep in the heart of this Glacial valley,
This is a practical photo walk so a camera is a must, Also the weather in Ireland is well unpredictable to say the least - Rain jacket, good walking boots and a bottle of water are a must.
Landscape photography photo walk