Photography on the Dingle Peninsula

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Many people come to the Dingle Peninsula to try and capture the magic and spectacular scenery of this most westerly point in Europe. Whether you are a professional photographer, or a keen amateur you will find amazing vistas and unique natural surroundings guaranteed to inspire and delight. Ancient landscapes of dry-stone walls, majestic mountain peaks and sheer sea cliffs compete with the raw forceful energy of the ocean. North Atlantic Ocean weather fronts bring a special quality of light, creating atmospheric mists and bewitching sunsets.

Stormy beaches, abandoned villages, and a rich cultural life will beguile and tease the photographer’s eye. Long summer nights of lingering twilight and dramatic winter sunrises become extra special when experienced on a long narrow mountainous peninsula jutting out into the ocean. 

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Photography Courses

If you are a beginner who would like to learn about photography or a professional seeking location tips and advice there are talented and experienced photographers ready to teach and assist. A series of photography workshops and courses are held every year on the Dingle Peninsula and the area is a favourite destination for photography groups and clubs. 
See our list of providers below for more information.

Hiring a photographer

If you would like to book a photographer on the Dingle Peninsula to record an event or capture a special family gathering please see our list of local photographers below.

Drone Photography

Photography on the Dingle Peninsula

 Activity Providers

Directory links to related businesses, events and providers on the Dingle Peninsula

Select a Photography Experience