Name: Mark Gorman LIPF / AIPF • ARPS
Member since: 2013
Camera (s): Nikon D850, D810, Olympus M1 & M10 & the trusty old Nikon F-801 & Minolta X-300 Film Camera.
Lenses: FX Nikon 20, 50, 16-35, 24-85 60 Macro. Tamron 70-200, 24-70, 150-600. Olympus 25, 12-40 Pro, 9-18, 8-25 Pro, 14-150.
What else is in the bag? Tripods, Lee, NiSi & Singh Ray filters, Cloth and cleaning fluid and fingerless gloves!!
How long have you been using a camera? My first introduction to photography was in college and through the photo dept I bought the beautiful Yashica FX3 and I have been taking pictures ever since. I started taking Digital seriously in 2013 and joined BPC.
What do you like the photograph? I think my main concern is mood and landscape. I try to photograph atmosphere and we are so lucky in Ireland with an amazing coastline and a rural landscape both are often filled with wonderful light.
What it the most important thing that Blarney Photography Club has done for your photography? Without a doubt, it encouraged me to further my interest and are a source of invaluable knowledge. It’s simply being with a bunch of photo nuts who happen to be good crack to boot!!