This is a “Personal One to One” workshop that takes in some of the best photographic locations. Combining them with fully personalised photography workshop, to helping you to capture the best of Dublin. The tour aims to provide you with new skills to assist you to expand your photography and learn how to get the best out of your photography equipment. The workshops are designed for all, irrespective of your camera gear, current level of skill or shooting styles. My objective is to offer you, hands-on guidance and direction to help you on the path to understanding your equipment and how to get improved results in your photographs. The workshop is limited to 1 person only to allow for 1-2-1 tuition as we cover your chosen topics. Key Experience Points • Flexible start times. (Arranged to suit guest) • Only one guest per experience. • Workshop is personalised to the guest’s requirements. • Early or Late starting times (Sunset\City Lights). • Pre-Planned Route or Customised Route/Location to suit guests • Guest may request to increase group size if traveling as a group. While the workshop may cover an historical route, it is focused on photography and is not an Historical tour.
I'm a Dublin born and bred photographer. My interest in photography started when I was about 10 years old. I mastered film over 30 years before switching to digital although I still shoot film when I can. I am a graduate of Griffith College Dublin, with a BA in Photographic Media. While studying at Griffith College, I realised that I have a passion for passing on my experiences to people who are starting to learn their way in photography. This was the driving force that lead to me setting up Photo Tours Dublin, so I could pass on my love for photography to other photographers.
The meeting point for the tours is at the "Statue of Thomas Moore". This is located on the island between Westmoreland Street and College Street, beside the Trinity Luas stop and 100 metres from the main entrance to Trinity College. Search for "Photo Tours Dublin Meeting Point" and you will find it on maps.
Watch the weather forecast for the day and dress accordingly. Good walking shoes are necessary. Bring food and drink if you want a snack as we go. We will stop at a coffee shop along the route.