Posts Tagged: irishblogs

The sea around Playa Blanca

Aperture ƒ/8
Camera Canon EOS 6D
Focal length 32mm
ISO 50
Shutter speed 20s

Rocks of Playa Blanca

Aperture ƒ/22
Camera Canon EOS 6D
Focal length 105mm
ISO 100
Shutter speed 6s

Cork City Hall in Red

Aperture ƒ/14
Camera Canon EOS 6D
Focal length 17mm
ISO 160
Shutter speed 30s

Everything Goes

Bokeh in Blarney

Mark Gorman gave a very interesting talk on bokeh at a recent meeting of Blarney Photography Club. Here are a few photos from that night.

Aperture ƒ/1.8
Camera Canon EOS 6D
Focal length 50mm
ISO 2500
Shutter speed 1/320s

Sunset Near Killeagh

Aperture ƒ/8
Camera Canon EOS 6D
Focal length 80mm
ISO 50
Shutter speed 1/2.5s

Street Photography is like gambling

While browsing through the book, “Street Photography Now”, this quote leapt out of the page at me.

Street Photography is like gambling. You get lucky or you get nothing. Markus Hartel, Street Photographer

A fabulous book.

Aperture ƒ/4
Camera Canon EOS 6D
Focal length 24mm
ISO 1250
Shutter speed 1/250s

Cork Street Photography – January meetup 2

I haven’t even looked at the photos from the first January meetup of the Cork Street Photography Group but here’s a few photos from today’s walk around Cork where new members were encouraged to join us. It was a lot of fun!

Aperture ƒ/8
Camera Canon EOS 6D
Focal length 17mm
ISO 800
Shutter speed 1/320s

Tip: How to stop Apple Photos from launching for all devices in OSX

This is a short but useful snippet of code if you use a Mac to edit your photos that I found on Reddit. This stops Apple Photos from launching when you insert an SD card or any external USB device.

To stop Apple Photos from ever launching again when you connect any device/memory card do the following:
Launch a ‘Terminal’ session
Enter the following line:
defaults -currentHost write disableHotPlug -bool YES

There is an option in Photos to stop it loading “for this card” but that doesn’t work if you format the card which is very likely a part of your workflow if you use Lightroom (and it’s more sensible to copy rather than move in case your drive goes belly-up while transferring).