Travelogue: On Set

Last week I mentioned how the most rewarding images I’ve taken have been the images I shot on set. I also discussed how the images I’ve shot are not permitted to see the light of day. That still true. So why am I showing you an image I shot on set during season 4? Well it’s because there is nothing in the images that grounds it or ties it to any specific plot point, actor, set, and so on and

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Travelogue: Dublin

Week one in Dublin is complete. Another week to go and I’ll be heading back home for a bit. Lots of back and forth traveling in store for me this year. The weather has been remarkable this week and I’m hoping it continue’s into next week. Have a listen to the Audio Log below, and feel free to comment. Click on the image below to display the full gallery. -Dominic TW

Irish Water Protest Pt. 2

Back in September, Dublin residents were protesting the installation of water meters and the formation of Irish Water. During that time the protests themselves were quite small. Around a 100 people or so at times. When I arrived back in Dublin a couple weeks ago I stumbled upon a protest in the city center. To my surprise I saw at least a couple thousand people, if not more, chanting about burning their bills and the un-willingness to pay Irish Water.

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Dutched Watermelon

I watched the couple after I snapped this photo wondering if the watermelon belonged to them. I gave up after a few minutes but they never touched it or looked at it. What was this watermelon, wrapped, doing there lopsided on the garbage can. Meh! Dublin, Ireland (June 2014) Leica M7 + Voigtlander Ultron 28mm f/2 + Ilford XP2 400

Hollow Eyes

I took this photograph back in September when I was wandering the streets of Dublin. I saw someone careening towards me on a bike, weaving through pedestrians and yelling at the top of his lungs. Just as he blew past me I snapped this photo. Compositionally it’s nothing special. He’s positioned to far to the right edge of frame, and the shutter was too slow. BUT I like the fact that he’s completely smeared. When I look at his face

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