Like the Irish need a reason to have a good night?
ISO800, 1.3 sec exposure @ f2.8
A Camera Club outing…you’d have to bring a camera. But as well as the staged, lined up shots to remember the night by you have to get arty. Not that I call these arty, just seemed so at the time. Either way, it was a great night.
ISO 3200, 1/6sec @ f2.8
All taken with a Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3, nice little camera that goes everywhere!
18th June 2011 – Wexford Male Voice Chior were celebrating 70 years in existence. I was privilaged to be invited to photograph the event by Chairman of the Wexford Male Voice Choir and avid photographer himself, Pat Sheridan.
Not knowing exactly what to expect I firstly ventured into the Green Room where the guys soon put me at rest with their relaxed and easy humour. 2 Hours later I had endured heat and lost bearings a couple of times but was delighted to witness the event and keep a record if it.
Eamon Mulhall was a local hero in this concert adding to the crescendo of male voices to the meekness of the Wexford Ladies Choir but when both Eamon and Celine joined forces it was the stealing moment of the night.
An exceptional night, an exceptional display of vocals and an exceptionally well organised and executed evening. Here’s to the next 70!
Enniscorthy greyhound track. This guy used to read the form book, walk past the kennels then bang on a door. I found out afterwards that the dogs get nervous and waste energy barking. This guy was making sure that if he placed a bet he was going to be sure of his money by quietening down the dog.