21 thoughts on “Sure Where Would You Get It?

  1. John Gregson

    Looks like a generic stock photography image and lacks any real genuine creativity. Also was the drone flight approved by the IAA?i

  2. VIPhotographER

    Maybe this kind of photograph passes for “quality” as a Transition Year project, but for a national website this is just not up to scratch. I’m sick and tired of all these amateur vulture photographers buying drones and equipment and thinking they’re the bees knees. They’re destroying the industry the industry one filter at a time.

    1. Scooperman

      Don’t worry John, it’s not a competition. Try sending in some of your own and I’m sure they’ll be published.

    2. 3stella

      I think clients not wanting to pay for imagery might be destroying the industry. vision and creativity are accessible like never before, Maybe you should buy a drone and see what your missing, Like all technology it’s how you use it that counts.

  3. VIPhotographER

    I’ve been published by every newspaper across the land. This is my life. This is what I do.

    I see average photographers going viral because some apes can’t appreciate quality and it just makes me seethe.

    This industry used to about art and vision, now it’s by the numbers shots filtered to an inch of its life.

    1. bertie blenkinsop

      “Now I understand,
      What you tried to say to me,
      And how you suffered for your sanity,
      And how you tried to set them free,
      They would not listen, they did not know how,
      Perhaps they’ll listen now”

  4. Illuminati16

    Sprawling generic estates , urban planning is an absolute disgrace in dublin. … its not even planning it’s incremental development management. ..

    1. John

      It’s important to limit high rise. The steps are very difficult for the young kids with heavy school bags.

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