Here are a few photos from my new book, Textures of Ireland, to show you the incredible scenes I captured on black-and-white film. Don’t these images look almost three dimensional? I shot Kodak T-Max 400 film, by the way, in my Nikon N2000 through my 35mm f/2.8 AI Nikkor lens for all of these photos.

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Portrush, County Antrim, Northern Ireland.

Sligo Abbey

Sligo Abbey, Sligo Town.

At Kylemore Abbey

Kylemore Abbey, Connemara, County Galway.

St. Stephen's Green

Caretaker’s house at St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin.

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9 responses to “Photos from my new book, Textures of Ireland

  1. conspicari Avatar

    These are lovely Jim, great tones from the TMax and that Nikon lens.

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      Thank you!! They were absolutely a winning combo.

  2. Heide Avatar

    Why yes … yes, they do almost look three-dimensional! I knew your images would be wonderful, but now I’m even more excited to get my package from Blurb.

  3. M.B. Henry Avatar

    Wow beautiful pictures – love the one with the reflection on the water!

  4. Sam Avatar

    Jim, superb shots! Now I see where you’ve been! Gotta wait for my next paycheck :-)

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      Thanks! I hope you do get one – I think you’ll like it.

      1. Sam Avatar

        Iā€™m sure I will Jim and I also like your unusual camera choices for the books! šŸ˜Š

  5. Photography Journal Blog Avatar

    These are really nice, I hope you are pleased with your book.

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      I am, thank you! I still can’t believe these photos turned out so stunning.

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