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James Pion

James Pion



It’s hard to create works of distinction in a world of original art… but James of Driftwood Images strives to achieve just that. He fuse a relaxed shooting style with the use of natural and off camera lighting to attain stirring and lasting imagery. His design is transcendent yet unexpected. He sees the subject in its natural ideal. He transforms details into iconic memories. And he endeavors to project individuality through his lens.
  • Canon 7D
  • Canon 5D Mark III
  • Many other Misc
  • Pentax K-1000 (of course)
  • Mamiya 500 td
  • Mamiya C220 (2)
  • Mamiyaflex
  • Yashica-635
  • Canon 40D
  • Canon 50D (2)
  • Canon 16-35 F 2.8 L II
  • Canon 24-70 2.8 L II
  • 100-500mm 5.6-6.5
  • 80-400mm 4.5-5.6
  • 50mm 1.8
  • 30mm 1.4
  • 17-55mm 2.8 macro
  • 10-20mm 4.5-5.6
  • Canon 80-200mm 2.8L
  • Canon 85mm 1.8
  • Misc Manfrotto Tripods, poles, stands.
  • 580ex II (2)
  • 420ex II

The Giants Causeway By Night

Published August 20th, 2012

I'm not much of a writer.... And I'm not much of a businessman.... But I do think I am a good photographer, and I love what I do... This Place ( The Giants Causeway ) In Ireland Is a really strange area of hexagonal shaped columns that jut out of the ocean and land, all at different heights... It is truly amazing and breathtaking to see. Even a bit unworldly looking! Although you would never know it with the 600,000 tourists standing all over it, I mean everywhere I looked all I could see was people. Needless to say I was hugely disappointed with the state of things, and after producing a few shots of the people covered rocks I decided to try another time......

I was looking for 3 things in particular to try to get my great shot.. A great sunset (not common in Ireland), less people, and some wind and water movement... Sundown, knowing the Trolley only ran until 9n I figured that most if not all of the tourists would be gone from the causeway by the time I got down there ...

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