On March 24th 2018, the DPS team boarded a coach with 13 other photographers of all levels to one of the most scenic locations in the sunny south east: Hook Head. Taking in some stunning locations in Irelands Ancient East…including Ducketts Grove in Carlow, Clashganny Lock just outside Borris and Tintern Abbey in Wexford, before arriving at the jewel in the crown that is, Hook Head Lighthouse. Hook Head is one of Ireland’s most iconic lighthouses aswell as being one of the oldest operating lighthouses in the world.
The day was blessed with amazing spring weather. We were spoiled with blue skies and fluffy white clouds that always make for a fantastic day out.
Each location is introduced with new techniques, settings and guidance from the DPS team.
- Sample Compositions
- Shutter Priorty
- Aperture Priorty
- Full Manual Mode
- Circular Polarizers Explained & Demonstrated
- ND Filters Explained & Demonstrated
- ND Grad Filters Explained & Demonstrated
- White Blanace Explained
- Much, Much More ….
The day ended with an incredible sunset on Hook Head, with a stunning display of colour and a fantastic opportunity to capture misty waters, and as we moved into the “blue hour” after sunset, the guys were treated to a tutorial on spinning steel wool to create some fantastic effects.
If you are interested in checking out this trip, we will be updating the trip page with a 2019 Hook Head date soon here.
Check out more images from the day on our Instagram account here