Private Couple Photoshoot walking tour of Dublin with personal photographer

Private Couple Photoshoot walking tour of Dublin with personal photographer

PRIVATE Travel Photographer! ️‍LGBTQ+ Friendly
My goal is to share this experience with people traveling to Ireland and give them a memory they can take back home.
Let me capture your Love
If you want some amazing photos of your trip to Dublin and don’t have a lot previous experience in front of the camera, this is definitely the experience for you! I will show you the best of Dublin photo-spots and help you relax in front of the camera giving you poses and things to do making sure you get those insta-worthy photos. Within three days your photos have been edited to perfection, uploaded to your online gallery and ready for you to share with family and friends!
I’m excited to meet you and give you a great souvenir of your time in Ireland.
I can offer this experience for

– Engagements,
– Pre-weddings
– Surprise proposals
and more.
* Duration: 1 hour
* Starts: Dublin, Ireland
* Trip Category: Food, Wine & Nightlife >> Bar, Club & Pub Tours




PRIVATE Travel Photographer! ️‍LGBTQ+ Friendly
My goal is to share this experience with people traveling to Ireland and give them a memory they can take back home.
Let me capture your Love
If you want some amazing photos of your trip to Dublin and don’t have a lot previous experience in front of the camera, this is definitely the experience for you! I will show you the best of Dublin photo-spots and help you relax in front of the camera giving you poses and things to do making sure you get those insta-worthy photos. Within three days your photos have been edited to perfection, uploaded to your online gallery and ready for you to share with family and friends!
I’m excited to meet you and give you a great souvenir of your time in Ireland.
I can offer this experience for

– Engagements,
– Pre-weddings
– Surprise proposals
and more.

Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Pass By: Dame St Dublin Castle, Dublin 2 Ireland

Erected in the early thirteenth century on the site of a Viking settlement, Dublin Castle served for centuries as the headquarters of English, and later British, administration in Ireland. In 1922, following Ireland’s independence, Dublin Castle was handed over to the new Irish government. It is now a major government complex and a key tourist attraction.

Pass By: City Hall Exhibition Centre Dame Street Cork Hill, Dublin D02 NP93 Ireland

City Hall was built between 1769 and 1779. The build took ten years to complete. When they decided to build City Hall a competition was advertised and 62 submissions were made. The winner of this Competition was Thomas Cooley, a young architect from London. At the time, James Gandon would have been the primary architect in Dublin, but his designs came second in the competition. Thomas Cooley was also tendered to build the Four Courts, however at 44 years of age, he fell ill and died and therefore James Gandon became the primary architect in the building of the Four Courts.

Pass By: Temple Bar, Dublin 2 Ireland

This is the heart of the night life of Dublin

Pass By: Ha’penny Bridge, 14 Bachelors Walk Wellington Quay, Dublin Ireland

Before the Ha’penny Bridge was built there were seven ferries, operated by a William Walsh, across the Liffey.[2] The ferries were in a bad condition and Walsh was informed that he had to either fix them or build a bridge. Walsh chose the latter option and was granted the right to extract a ha’penny toll from anyone crossing it for 100 years.[6]

Initially the toll charge was based not on the cost of construction, but to match the charges levied by the ferries it replaced. A further condition of construction was that, if the citizens of Dublin found the bridge and toll to be “objectionable” within its first year of operation, it was to be removed at no cost to the city.[3]

The toll was increased for a time to a penny-ha’penny (1½ pence), but was eventually dropped in 1919. While the toll was in operation, there were turnstiles at either end of the bridge.