Been a while since I did one of these so it’s time to get the finger out and take part again. Night-time can be fun and is always a challenge for the photographer. I’ve chosen two shots both of which use long exposure on the tripod but they achieve very different results.
First up is a night-time view of Dublin City taken from a very unusual spot. I was also lucky to have a bright full moon partially obscured by the clouds. The bright dot below and left of the moon was Venus or Jupiter I think.
Full moon over Dublin
So in the night-time shot above there is no movement present unlike my second offering.
You can have great fun with some wire wool and a willing volunteer!
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Just a little bit of fun from The Croke Park Classic; an American Football squad have up to 53 players and normally there’s groups of players together on the sideline. Here JJ Worton of the UCF Knights waits on the sideline at The Croke Park Classic in Dublin, Ireland. The UCF Knights were beaten by Penn State in a thrilling American Football match.
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Susan Brown FRPS
Mallow Camera Club is delighted to welcome renowned UK photographer Susan Brown FRPS to give a talk on Monday night next, 29 September.
Susan is acclaimed for her superb land and seascapes and especially the use of long exposures in both colour and monochrome.
Susan’s philosophy on photography is summed up in her statement on her website:
‘The eye does not always see things the way the camera does. I consider photography to be the art form of painting with available light. Changing intensity, colour and direction of light results in a change of mood of the same elements. I respond to the intrinsic power of light that continuously alters shape and form. Further changes can be made by exposure and shutter speed, tools uniquely available to the photographer. Some of my images encapsulate a moment in time. Others are ethereal, dreamlike and considered, so requiring planning and long time exposures to see beneath the ‘seen’ image.’
Take a look at Susan’s work by visiting her website http://www.susanbrownphotography.co.uk
The talk will take place in the Mercy Centre Mallow, at 8 p.m. Everyone welcome including photographers from other camera clubs. Admission: €5
The Crossing by Susan Brown
According to their website, the Irish Coastguard can expect to handle around 2,000 marine emergencies, helping 3,500 people and saving 180 lives in a typical year. The Coastguard helicopter pictured above has just taken off from the University College Hospital in Galway early this morning – it is a regular visitor.
Congratulations to club chairman Bill Power who was awarded his Fellowship of the Irish Photographic Federation (FIPF) in Drogheda on Saturday last. Bill’s panel of toadstools got unanimous approval from the judges, and the adjudicators’ comments afterwards were very complementary of the quality of the images and the presentation of the panel.
Bill expressed thanks to everyone who helped and supported him in the run up to his submitting his Fellowship panel for adjudication. He said he especially wanted to thank club members who gave him constructive advice and assistance during the week in the run-up to the distinctions sitting.
Bill Power receives his Fellowship of the Irish Photographic Federation (IPF) from John Cuddihy, past president of the IPF, in Drogheda on 20 September 2014.
Bill Power being presented with his Fellowship of the Irish Photographic Federation (IPF) from John Cuddihy, past president of the IPF. Also in the photograph are (L to R) John Doheny Eileen Sykes, Vivien and Jer Buckley. Drogheda, 20 September 2014.
Club members Vivien and Jer Buckley and John Doheny travelled to Drogheda for the distinctions sitting and to support Bill as did Eileen Sykes from Fermoy Camera Club.
The committed and members of Mallow Camera Club congratulate Bill on this great achievement.
Bill’s panel of 20 prints showing a variety of Irish fungi. Bill was awarded his FIPF based on the panel.
To see more of Bill’s photographs go to http://www.billpowerpx.com/
If you try hard enough…sorry I couldn’t resist the pun.
Corinthians RFC played Connemara RFC in a thrilling Connacht J1A League Fixture in Galway today. Despite surging into an early lead Corinthians fought back to win a thrilling rugby game 23-22.
Below Corinthians score a quick try in the 2nd half to get themselves back into the game.
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A fire hydrant in the shadow of a tree in San Diego, California a couple of years ago.
Street furniture of the world delight.
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