Newry, Mourne and Down District Council teamed up with Enda Flynn to provide a free Ring of Gullion Heritage Photography Workshop on Saturday 16th May in the Pastoral Centre, Jonesborough. The workshop provided help to anyone, who is hoping to enter the Ring of Gullion Photo Competition.
Therese Hamill, Ring of Gullion AONB Officer said “It’s great to get involved with Enda who specializes in nature photography. His work has been published in newspapers, magazines, calendars brochures in Ireland and Britain. The workshop will be hands on and will enable the group to get out around Jonesborough and get tips on how to take the best photograph.”
The workshop give everyone involved a chance to take various photographs, using all the key features on the camera, and gain confidence in photography. All makes and models of cameras are welcome at this workshop and you will be part of a small friendly group of no more than 10 students.
Enda Flynn states “I kept the workshop as practical as possible with a short and simple presentation to outdoor photography fundamentals, which will cover getting excellent photos of buildings, landscapes, people or wildlife. We then moved outside, where the group will get a chance to take their own photographs to help reinforce the basics.”
This was a free event supported by Newry Mourne and Down District Council and Northern Ireland Environment Agency.
To enter the Ring of Gullion Photo Competition go to www.ringofgullion.org/ring-of-gullion-photography-competition-2015/. There is an under 14s and over 14s category. Closing date is 5pm on the 23rd September 2015. The winning entries will also enjoy a wealth of publicity on our website/social media and in the local media. The top 13 will feature in 2016 Ring of Gullion Calendar.
Enda Flynn is based in the Cooley Peninsula, as well as providing group workshops, he provides one to one photography days throughout the year. Check out some of his work on www.cooleywildlifephotgraphy.com.