Over the last month, I have been keeping very busy. After returning from New York, I photographed two weddings, received a visit from my brother, went to Michigan, and now I’m going to Ireland tomorrow! I am really looking forward to the trip, and I can’t wait to see what photos come out of it.
Before I delve into all my trip plans though, I wanted to share with you the results of my second roll of 100 ISO 120 Black and White film. Again, not all of the images came out, which was totally disappointing as I felt the exposure was right on for most of the shots. Only three images came out, and the rest were somehow over exposed. Anyhow, I really like the Empire State image:
Jon and I leave tomorrow evening for Ireland and we’ll be gone until October 15th. I am so excited to shoot there, and I know we’re going to see some beautiful sites. I purchased a neutral density filter for my lenses and some rain bags, along with a shutter remote. I really want to get some beautiful landscapes in the southwest and try some long exposure night shots.
Our plan is to spend a day in Dublin and then spend most of our time in Cork, Kerry, and Galway. We are planning to go to the Gougane Barra Forest Park, Killarney National Park, the Skellig Islands, the Cliffs of Moher, and the Aran Islands. Of course we’ll see our share of castles, pubs, and farms. I hope to blog often, but I won’t be taking a computer, so I will have little control over how often I can post. If my posting is light, check for updates on Instagram @jen_sho. Slán go fóill!