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See Stewart Kenny’s photography blog and keep up to date with all his latest going on from new cameras reviewed to upcoming courses, breakdown of photography holidays and trips and his own adventures in pictures. from basic to advanced it has something for everyone.
Stewart’s been an active photography blogger since about 2013 and uses his blog to record and document his own travels. When traveling he likes to get off the beaten track and venture into the darker areas of a country’s culture and customs, often termed “dark tourism” Stewart particularly likes visiting and photographing archaic and macabre monuments, to abandoned villages, to underground bunkers, to ossuaries and bone houses, and everything in between. He also blogs about helpful techniques for beginner and novice photographers, to help them improve their shots.
When traveling he likes to get off the beaten track and venture into the darker areas of a country’s culture and customs, often termed “dark tourism”
You can visit all articles on Stewart Kenny’s Photography & Travel Blog Here
It’s always nice to get good reviews, but its even nicer to see them published. 2017 saw Myself, Dublin Photography School, and TDactive take two photography holidays to Transylvania and Brasov, and on the back of the success of these we have planned some more photography trips to Romania in 2018. On our October trip, […]
Stewart and the crew at DPS are delighted to announce there most recent project has come to life in the form of DPS Snapshot Podcast…Snapshot was originally a downloadable PDF magazine, but with a change in user behavior being geared to much more audio and video engagement, Snapshot is Ireland’s First and Only Dedicated Photography […]
Stewart would like to thank all who attended his recent exhibition in Steam Box with Kim Lynch in which he presented a Lomographic Body of work in collaboration with Kim titled “”Beauty Is An Imperfect Thing”. The evening was a fantastic success and was a fantastic tribute to curator and educator Martin Cregg and the […]
Stewart Kenny Photography is delighted to announce that a new date had been added in October due to popular demand for our Romania Photography trip and will take place from October 11th – 15th 2017, This fantastic photographic holiday adventure has limited numbers with hand picked destinations with the team in DPS and all logistics, accommodations, […]
MAY 11th 2017 They say everyday is a school day….and if that’s the case then May 11th 2017 will be a fantastic one for me….having been approached by Kim Lynch soon to be a graduate photography Student from Saint Kevin’s College in Crumlin about a collaboration body of work for her graduate show in early […]
Stewart Kenny Photography is delighted to announce that our Romania Photography trip is fully booked due to phenomenal demand since its launch in February 2017, This fantastic photographic holiday adventure had limited numbers with hand picked destinations with the team in DPS and all logistics, accommodations, traveling and transfers handled by out partners in TDactive holidays. […]
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Join DPS (Dublin Photography School) for an evening of light orbs, steel wool Photography Shoot with lasers on a small secluded beach in Bray near Dublin. This location shoot will allow you to bring out the more creative side of your photography.
Join DPS (Dublin Photography School) and other photographers for a morning of Macro photography in the National Botanical Gardens. Macro photography is extreme close-up photography, usually of very small subjects (insects, plants, flowers & so on). With that in mind the National Botanical Gardens in Glasnevin, Dublin are an ideal shooting ground
t’s been a busy few weeks here in Dublin Photography School or as a lot of our guys have taken to calling us “DPS”. Over the last six weeks we have announced ….
Traffic Trails Tiramisu – The Photography CookbookThe second recipe in my new series “The Photography Cookbook” this week we are making “Traffic Trails Tiramisu” or as its know in photography circles “Long Exposure Light Trails”…Its very easy to do, its all about timing and Location! a Good Trails Tiramisu requires large amounts of Sugar (cars, […]
we at Dublin Photography School run our annual calendar photography competition in support of Epilepsy Ireland. The competition runs from September 1st 2015 to midnight September 26th 2015. We are looking for 12
images in total. These images will represent the 12 months of the year in our 2016 calendar. The overall winning image will appear on the cover of the 2016 calendar.
As a Photographer there is nothing better than seeing your images displayed. So when I was contacted by Eric Lalor from Joe.ie about putting together a feature for their “Treasure Ireland” section, I was happy to oblige.
Dublin photography school are delighted to announce that we will be launching Adobe Lightroom Courses in Dublin starting in August of this year.
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We are delighted to bring you an evening of ‘Composition & Visual Theory’ presented by Stewart Kenny
DPS Snapshot Photography Magazine Issue 4 Free Download Online Now.
Snapshot is a FREE online downloadable magazine produced by the staff and trainers at the Dublin Photography School. In each issue we will bring you guest articles from photographers around the country, we will let you know what’s going on in Dublin and around the country with photography events, seminars, competitions, exhibitions, talks and much more.
Something that a lot of digital imaging enthusiasts and professionals recommend is if you are getting more serious about your post processing then you will benefit hugely from picking up a graphics tablet. I must say I’m inclined to agree with that advice.
When recording video on Canon, Nikon, Olympus and Sony DSLRs, one of the major complaints that most people have is the quality of the audio. This is not so much to do with the bit rate etc, but more hiss, pops and rattling sounds that seem to punctuate even the quietest of scenes.
On October 23rd a group of eager photographers boarded a 7.20am flight and were Iceland bound. Iceland is known as the ‘Land and Fire and Ice’ making it a perfect destination for a photography break.
Dublin Photography School is delighted to announce the third edition of Snapshot photography magazine, will be released on Tuesday the 16th of December 2014. This Issue will include articles on; Shaped and custom bokeh Christmas photography tips Stylus and tablets for editing images Using photography in design How to recover deleted images As well as […]
A fantastic blog from Ed Mooney on his honorary mention in the Dublin Photography School and Epilepsy Ireland 2015 Irish photography calendar:)
Copyright theft is just a fact of the digital era, with that said, one of the hardest part of copyright theft is finding the infringement in the first place. A lot of the time companies will pay for content, but only if they can contact the author of the image. This alone is a great […]
I was recently lucky enough to be leading a photography holiday through Iceland in conjunction with Travel Department and Dublin Photography School and had an opportunity to teach the group some of the most common ways to photograph these wonders.
Dublin Photography School have announced new photography course dates for January 2015
how to photograph street portraits, reportage, documentary, setting a theme, shooting landmarks, getting off the beaten track and how to really get away from cliché shots and give your images more of a travel feel than a tourist feel.
When going walkabout in a city, make sure your shooting in TV, S, SP mode and try set your shutter speed to about 1/640 this will insure that you will be able to freeze about 95% of your shots, and catch them sharp.
have a look at our photography competition for chairty for 2015 guys:) thanks to ed mooney for his support:)
Website updated – new galleries and work added.
hey guys ive just updated my website, and have added over 18 months photography work to it, have a peak and tell me what you think:) http://www.stewartkennyphotography.com/index.html stew
ND grad filters explained – How to use ND grad filters.
If used correctly, the ND Grad Filter is one of the most useful and versatile filters you will ever use. If you are serious about your landscape photography then they are an absolute must. Some of the most stunning and creative images are created with using these filters. Learning to use them is one of the key steps to becoming a good landscape photographer.
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Load up your photography kit bag and your comfy walking shoes and join us as we head down the country to Kilfane Glen and Waterfall. Kilfane is a picturesque paradise with a waterfall tumbling it’s way to a rushing stream and woodland paths leading to a cottage orné. It is made up of tiny bridges, […]
A Snapshot for Summer.
Waterford’s stunning Copper Coast – A Photographers Playground!ImageJust east of Dungarvin, lies one of the most spectacular coastline in Ireland known as the Copper Coast. It comprises some 20 miles of stunning coastline, and it will give you a fantastic opportunity to photograph scenes consisting of sandy beaches and coves which are enclosed by rocky […]
Waterford’s stunning Copper Coast – A Photographers Playground! Just east of Dungarvin, lies one of the most spectacular coastline in Ireland known as the Copper Coast. It comprises some 20 miles of stunning coastline, and it will give you a fantastic opportunity to photograph scenes consisting of sandy beaches and coves which are enclosed by […]
A simple guide when & where to use ISO on your camera!.
A simple guide when & where to use ISO on your camera! I could write a massive article detailing the effects of gain signal and noise distribution based on sensor type and size or instead I could just give you a cheat sheet and layman’s guide to what ISO should be used where. Now before […]
a quick overview about dublin photography school, who we are and the photography courses we run in dublin. Looking for information on Photography courses in Dublin & Ireland?.
So why Take a Photography Course in Dublin with DPS? Dublin Photography School are one of Ireland Premier providers of digital photography courses. Since we opened our doors in 2010 we have had over 4000 students sit our various photography classes, courses and workshops. From a basic introduction to DSLR photography to studio and Photoshop […]
does what it says on the tin:) Getting The Most Out Of Your Camera While Traveling..
Getting The Most Out Of Your Camera While Traveling. Let’s face it; it’s not about masterpieces….. it’s about memories, the faces, the places. When we dig a dusty album out of the back of the book shelf in 10 years time it won’t be sharpness, noise or megapixels we will be worrying about. It […]
Snapshot Dublin Photography School Magazine Launched.“Snapshot” is an FREE online downloadable magazine produced by the staff and trainers at the Dublin Photography School. In each issue we will bring you guest articles from photographers around the country via Snapshot Dublin Photography School Magazine Launched..
Snapshot Dublin Photography School Magazine Launched. “Snapshot” is an FREE online downloadable magazine produced by the staff and trainers at the Dublin Photography School. In each issue we will bring you guest articles from photographers around the country, we will showcase (over a eight page spread called “Through The Looking Glass”) submissions from our readers […]
5 Inexpensive Accessories To Improve Your Photography.
5 Inexpensive Accessories To Improve Your Photography While you should never rely on gadgets and gizmos to help improve your photography, there are certain items that are a must to help you get certain types of shots. For anyone taking up photography they soon find that it is an expensive habit with a get what […]
5 Simple tips to improve your composition of your photographs.
5 Simple tips to improve your composition of your photographs Something that I am often asked about in my photography classes is something called the “eye” and far from it being a vague reference to lord of the rings for most photographers starting out it is a mystical skill that you are born with and […]
Some simple tips to improve your travel photography When we think of travel photography we often think of the famous landmarks, monuments and attractions of the city or country we plan to visit. However for many people these famous sites are just the tip of the iceberg when visiting a new destination. To me travel […]