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Top down view of Camp, Co. Kerry.
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Only recently have I started shooting in raw and what a difference it has man. Shooting in jpeg means it’s harder to edit afterwards. I found it was very difficult to edit my drone shots and didn’t know why this was. After changing the file format in the drone I’ve seen a massive improvement in the quality of the images.
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    Camp, Kerry, Ireland

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    Top down view of Camp, Co. Kerry.
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    Only recently have I started shooting in raw and what a difference it has man. Shooting in jpeg means it’s harder to edit afterwards. I found it was very difficult to edit my drone shots and didn’t know why this was. After changing the file format in the drone I’ve seen a massive improvement in the quality of the images.
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    #ireland #travel #djimavic2pro

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  • There's nothing quite like the exhilaration of seeing a Medieval castle rising from the Irish countryside, where it has survived battles, betrayals, births and baptisms for hundreds of years.
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The image appears in my "Book of Irish Blessings & Proverbs" (Mystical Moods of Ireland, Vol. V) available at MoodsOfIreland.Com
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This fine specimen of a fortified Tower House is O'Dea Castle near Corofin in County Clare. Built in the late 1400s, the castle is the ancestral home of the O'Dea (Americanised to O'Day) Clan, and was lovingly restored in the 1970s by John O'Day of Wisconsin, USA. It's now the headquarters of the Clare Archaeology Centre with a tea room and small museum. It's a fascinating place to visit!
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    Dysert O'Dea

    There's nothing quite like the exhilaration of seeing a Medieval castle rising from the Irish countryside, where it has survived battles, betrayals, births and baptisms for hundreds of years.
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    The image appears in my "Book of Irish Blessings & Proverbs" (Mystical Moods of Ireland, Vol. V) available at MoodsOfIreland.Com
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    This fine specimen of a fortified Tower House is O'Dea Castle near Corofin in County Clare. Built in the late 1400s, the castle is the ancestral home of the O'Dea (Americanised to O'Day) Clan, and was lovingly restored in the 1970s by John O'Day of Wisconsin, USA. It's now the headquarters of the Clare Archaeology Centre with a tea room and small museum. It's a fascinating place to visit!

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