STREET PHOTOGRAPHY and MUSICIANS Lexa Harpell – Author – Travel – Photography on WordPress.com

Source: | Lexa Harpell – Author – Travel – Photography on WordPress.com MUSICIANS: It’s about the face and the instrument!  Musicians Posts: Photographing musicians whilst performing can be quite a challenge. You deal with poor venue lighting, rapid movement and random people walking into your space…just at the wrong time. However sifting through the many images and deleting the dodgy ones can be highly rewarding and well … Continue reading STREET PHOTOGRAPHY and MUSICIANS Lexa Harpell – Author – Travel – Photography on WordPress.com

People of Ireland…Street photography

Street photography are un manipulated scenes. Photos of random chance encounters in public places. It’s exciting as you never know what scene will present itself at any given moment AND you have to be ready to capture that moment! Some images work – some don’t. Some scenes do not allow you time to adjust your camera settings – actually most of them. Yet the image evokes a story – it’s … Continue reading People of Ireland…Street photography

Music in Donegal Ireland – Unexpected

Music is a way of life in Donegal with most people playing an instrument or several. Many visitors carry their instruments with them when they travel and head straight for one of the pubs to join a session. Donegal fiddle players hosts some of the best traditional players in Ireland. I was fortunate to spend the summer in Glencomcille and got to witness many of these players in the pubs in … Continue reading Music in Donegal Ireland – Unexpected

MUSICIANS: It’s about the face and the instrument!  Musicians Posts: Photographing musicians whilst performing can be quite a challenge. You deal with poor venue lighting, rapid movement and random people walking into your space…just at the wrong time. However sifting through the many images and deleting the dodgy ones can be highly rewarding and well worth the time. Most are not extremely sharp – yet you focus … Continue reading

Monaghan Harvest Times Blues Music Festival – Ireland

You have to love those last-minute invites. Not knowing where you will stay or what you will see or experience.  This was one of those moments……. It was the 20th annual Blues Festival in Monaghan. A small enough town not to be overrun with too many people. In fact is was downright cruzy strolling the streets with friends for a few days! An incredible line … Continue reading Monaghan Harvest Times Blues Music Festival – Ireland

Gloucester – Warehouses – Waterways – Adventure

Gloucester was a surprise. I’d briefly stopped overnight on my ancestry journey. As my mind was on visiting specific towns I had no knowledge or wanted to of this town. I did know it was not near the ocean – my Tom Tom showed me!  haha Yet there were many seagulls flying around – I had little head space to figure out why. The next … Continue reading Gloucester – Warehouses – Waterways – Adventure