Above all, know light. Know it for all you are worth, and you will know the key to photography
Ciaran Whyte FIPF, EFIAP Bronze
I’m a hobbyist photographer from Dublin, Ireland, that specialises in fine art and fine art nude imagery. Photography is a total obsession for me – my one and only creative outlet; a release from what is otherwise a pretty structured, organised and geeky existence.
The letters after my name represent distinctions from both the IPF and FIAP, the pursuit of which has provided me with a focus for my work over recent years. In Ireland, I am the only photographer to have been granted the Licentiateship (LIPF), Associateship (AIPF) and Fellowship (FIPF) in 3 consecutive distinction sittings, passing all at the first time of asking, between April 2008 and April 2009. Since then I have pursued FIAP distinctions and have attained the AFIAP, EFIAP & EFIAP Bronze distinctions, again in consecutive years.
To date, my work has featured in two solo exhibitions, both here in Ireland and in Sofia in Bulgaria. In addition to these, it has also featured in group exhibitions (salons) in over 80 exhibitions across 34 different countries around the world.
Ultimately though, this website and blog is the main showcase for my work. It’s where you’ll find my most recent images, read about my most recent successes and failures and discover just how average a photographer I really am
Recent Blog Posts
March 7, 2014 |
In years gone past, I have made the yearly pilgrimage to the NEC in Birmingham to attend FOCUS On Imaging –...
February 28, 2014 |
Since my first “Insight Workshop” back in 2012, these workshops have kind of grown legs and developed...
February 17, 2014 |
Down over the years, there have been a few models that I have really wanted to work with, but for what ever reason...
February 16, 2014 |
Although I rarely actually use it, I would still consider flash to be one of the most creative tools available to...
February 9, 2014 |
So if you’ve attended a photographic workshop, who owns the resulting images and what can they be used for?...