Dingle Peninsula Weekend Workshop
Coumeenole Beach, Dingle Peninsula
The Dingle peninsula is one of the most dramatic and beautiful locations Ireland has to offer. Stretching 30 kilometers (48 miles) into the Atlantic Ocean on the south-west coast of Ireland, this majestic peninsula consists of a dramatic sea-cliffs, sandy beaches, large sand spits, high mountains, spectacular islands, a myriad of wildlife and an archeological heritage that dates back 6,000 years.
Experience the beauty of the Dingle Peninsula with landscape photographer Kevin Langan. Kevin has been photographing this beautiful part of the world for many years now and is familiar with the best locations for you to produce great photography.
On the workshop we will be photographing around Slea Head, Clogher Head, Dunquin, Conor Pass, Mount Eagle and if the weather behaves, the Blasket Islands.
The aim of this workshop is to bring you to the best locations on the peninsula so you can produce striking images and receive individual attention from an experienced photographer to enhance your photography.
Along with visiting stunning locations on the peninsula, you will also be given instruction on the best use of your photographic equipment and how to enhance your images in photo editing software like Photoshop and Lightroom.
Dunmore Head, Dingle Peninsula
Start/Finish: The course will start at 6pm on Friday and finish at 4pm on Sunday
Deposit: €100 per person
Group size: Max 8 photographres (depends on how many lodge can take + resturant)
Where to stay: Ceann Sibeal Hotel, Ballyferriter, Dingle or Smerwick Harbour Hotel, Ballyferriter, Dingle
Dates for 2012 are:
We will meet at “ “ where I will introduce myself, show you to your accomodation and cover what we will be doing over the weekend.
7:00 – 8:00pm
Dinner at “ “
8:30 /9:00 – 10:00pm/ 10:30
I will present a talk on my approach to landscape photography, and I will discuss some technical issues with digital photography.
6:00/7:00 am – 8:00/9:00 am
We will be on location at dawn to take advantage of the dawn light as it illuminates Brandon Mountain and Brandon Bay from the highest pass in Ireland, Conor Pass.
Breakfast at “ “ followed by time to relax and freshen up.
11:00 – 3:00pm
We will explore Dunmore Head, in particular, Coumeenole Beach, made famous by David Lean’s 1970 movie ‘Ryans Daughter’. This beach has been attracting photographers for years because of its rugged beauty, and it is one that I have photographed many times and a location that still excites me every time I return.
We will also visit Dunquin to photograph its iconic pier and its breathtaking backdrop of the Blasket Islands.
3:00 – 5:00pm
Time to relax and freshen-up before dinner.
At this point I will discuss digital workflow and how process my images. I will select one or two images from each person and show you how to improve them using post-processing techniques.
We will take a chartered boat trip around the Blasket Islands with a brief stop on the Great Blasket Island, weather permitted.
If the weather doesn’t permit us to visit the islands, we will explore some of my favorite locations along the peninsula with spectacular views of the islands from the mainland.
Photo critique of your images you shot over the weekend + Lightroom and Photoshop tools and techniques.
Clogher Head, Dingle peninsula
The cost of the workshop is €" ". This price includes accommodation.
If you have any queries about this trip I will be happy to answer them for you. You can contact me directly at [email protected] and I'll get back to you within 24 hours.
Dunmore Head, Dingle Peninsula