Michael Carbery Photography

Portrait Photographer in the Lurgan and Craigavon area

Licentiateship (LIPF) Awarded

I’ve been shooting, on and off, for just over 30 years and I’ve never even thought of photographic awards or qualifications. However this year I decided to try for a¬†Licentiateship (LIPF) from the Irish Photographic Federation. From their website the […]

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Oxford Island Sunsets

Boy what a few weeks of weather we’ve been having, temperatures in the mid to high 20s and with it there has been some fantastic sunsets.  Over the course of two nights my wife, Aine, and myself made our way […]

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Ulster Aviation Society Phantom

With a journey that began in 2015 the Ulster Aviation Society’s McDonnell Douglas FG.1 Phantom II (XT864) was revealed in its new paint scheme on 28th April 2018 to a packed hangar. When the Phantom arrived at the society a […]

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Brownlow House

Brownlow House, or as it’s also known to the locals Lurgan Castle is an imposing building situated just a few minutes walk from Lurgan town centre. It commands a stunning view across Lurgan Park and lake.  It’s an absolutely gorgeous […]

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High Speed Sync Flash

When using any kind of flash the shutter speed you can use is restricted to the maximum sync speed of your camera. Mine is 1/250s so I can’t shoot any faster than this or else a black bar will appear […]

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Lauren, Armagh Rose of Tralee Hopeful

A few weeks ago I had the privilege of shooting Lauren Carberry O’Neill who will be representing Mickey Kellys Bar Armagh in this years Rose of Tralee Armagh Heat. She is a family friend and my wife Aine initially contacted her to ask if […]

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