50mm at the West Coast

A couple of weekends back, myself and a couple of friends decided to head over to the West Coast of Ireland for a short break away from work and Dublin. I decided to experiment a bit more with my 50mm lens as oppose to my usual panorama pics, and I must say – I’m really enjoying playing around with it.

It pushes me to think differently about the shots, and focus on ‘hidden’ elements, such as the grass in the midd-ground, it sure is different to my usual pics.

Grass of Moher

Cliffs of Moher


Brown Bag Films & the Italian Dolomites

I haven’t been around now for a couple of months but it’s been a really fantastic time, as me and Regi headed down to the beautiful Italian Dolomites for our vacay, but as I’ve just recently re-located to Dublin, Ireland – I haven’t got access to my iMac, and all the 1,300 photos I took from the vacation. For a small teaser, I uploaded this one to Flickr, and thought I’d share it here:

Brenta Group, Italian Dolomites

Also, in some very exciting news, I’ve re-located to the lovely city of Dublin to work for the really fantastic studio, Brown Bag Films. I’m now into my second week, and the vibe within the studio is just perfect, everyone is super friendly, and we’re working on some really great projects. Once I have all my stuff over here, I’ll be sure to post more information about it all soon.

Brown Bag Films