Posts Tagged ‘ireland’

June 26, 2012 · by Shannon · Film Photography, Holga
Irish Cows

I discovered today that one of my photos received an ‘Honorable Mention’ at the Prix de la Photographie, Paris (PX3) ‘Altered Images’ competition.  Once again, I’m fascinated by what image the judges chose.  The joy/pain of a jury show is the selection process can be so subjective. Cows are such patient photography subjects.  These lovely…

December 8, 2011 · by Shannon · Film Photography, Medium Format

Shot near Murrisk, Co. Mayo, Ireland Camera: Mamiya 645Pro, Film: Ilford HP5 Plus        

October 18, 2011 · by Shannon · Film Photography, Holga, Medium Format

Murrisk is best known for the iconic Irish mountain Croagh Patrick – and also some beautiful landscape shots if the weather cooperates. Camera: Holga 120N, Film: Kodak Portra 400    

October 5, 2011 · by Shannon · Holga

Photos from my recent trip to Ireland.  These were taken in an area south of Louisburgh in Co. Mayo – in western Ireland.  Camera: Holga 120N, Film: Ilford HP5

September 26, 2011 · by Shannon · Uncategorized

When I saw I was going to be in London for a wedding the week before the start of Dublin Contemporary I knew I was going to have to make the journey across the Irish Sea. Having attended the Venice Biennale and Art Basel Miami I was intrigued by Dublin’s contribution to international art fairs…

February 10, 2011 · by Shannon · Film Photography

I started this blog as a forum for and about film photography – and will continue to do so – but this week I have been thinking quite a bit about purchasing a digital SLR.  The fact is, if you want to do commercial work you have to have a digital SLR…though if you ask…

December 20, 2010 · by Shannon · Inspiration

It’s been raining for the past 4 days here in Los Angeles – non stop – which is a pretty unusual occurrence for us.   This kind of weather always makes me a bit nostalgic for Ireland, so I got myself a cup of tea (Barry’s of course) and got to work scanning some of the…

August 28, 2010 · by Shannon · Night Photography

I haven’t had the time lately to go out and shoot new work – so much for keeping up with The August Break folks.  I’m also having one of those ‘crises’ that any creative soul has from time to time where I’m looking at my photos with a totally subjective eye and thinking: Do I…