The seventh episode of my series where I spend time with other photographers and find out what makes them tick and how they see photography from their eyes.
Each episode showcases 3 images from the featured photographers profile, I then ask 5 questions about photography and we finish with 3 images from the shoot.
In this episode I get to spend the day with Terry MacSweeney .
Terry MacSweeney is a photographer originally from Cork now living in the beautiful kingdom of Kerry. He has received many an accolade for his photography so far including receiving his LIPF from the Irish Photographic Federation , being crowned Photographer of the year with Killarney Camera Club in 2014 & 2016 and is the current Chairman of the club for the past two years.
Terry is meticulous with his photo
planning and this has enabled him
to go off the beaten track to catch the best light in his shots , he’s even been known to wild camp to ensure he is at the right place at the right time
Join me as We go adventuring around Killarney National Park and I get some valuable insights into what makes Terry tick.
canon 5D mark 2 with Magic Lantern firmware
canon 17 – 40 f/4 L USM
canon 24 – 70 f/2.8 L USM
canon 70 – 200 f/2.8 L IS USM
Novo Explora T10 carbon fibre with CBH 40 Ball Head with pano control
Peak Design strap
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