Yes the number the First . I remember when I used to come to the door a lovely gentleman called Tom Burgess always welcomed me. He has since passed away. He always made people feel so comfortable when they arrived. He was a fantastic member.
Q3 – What was your first introduction to photography as a photographer?
GAA sports. As a member of GAA is was involved in a club team and was always fascinated by sports action
Q4 – What camera(s) do you shoot with?
Canon 7D MK 2 and Canon 5D MK3
Q5 – Do you have a favourite subject to shoot?
That’s a slightly tough one for me !! So I have sports , wildlife and landscape. In that order, I like to vary my interests
Q6 – Do you have a go to lens to shoot with?
Canon 400 mm
Q7 – Which do you prefer your images to be in colour or black and white and why?
I prefer to get colour shots but I absolutely love b&w portrait images. Which I definitely should learn how to process
Q8 – What makes an image stand out for you?
The first thing for me is impact as it should always do..Simple and uncluttered. I love shots taken down low
Q9 – If you were to give yourself one piece of advice if you were starting out all over again. What would it be?
Get a big overdraft (Joke). First thing to do is to try to understand how to take shots . Definitely take a simple camera course and don’t get confused over different genres. Try one to start and lean from it
Q10 – If money or travel was no object where in the world would you like to photograph and why?
Canada by a mile. The most beautiful country I have seen, Stunning Landscape (Amazing colours) and Wildlife. I was there in 2008 and only had a pocket camera. I came home and got a DLSR soon afterwards