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Tyler Collins is a Northern Ireland photographer who has taken inspiration from the picturesque landscapes that create the backdrop to his day to day life. Located close to the Causeway Coast and Malin Head, Tyler is perfectly situated to capture some of Northern Ireland's most breathtaking scenery. He has crafted a style all of his own and his photographs are individual stories just waiting to be told.

We had a quick chat with Tyler to discuss his experience in the world of Irish landscape photography.

Horn Head by Northern Irish Photographer Tyler Collins

Were you always interested in photography?

I've had an interest in photography for probably the last 10 years or so, but I never owned a DSLR until 3 years ago when I decided to spend a month's wages on a Nikon D7000!

Lough Auva by Northern Irish Photographer Tyler Collins

What kind of equipment do you use today?

I recently went on a trip to the Picos De Europa for some trekking, and I've realised that I carry far too much equipment that never gets used. So these days I'm usually seen carrying just a Nikon D750 and usually have a Nikkor 24-70 f/2.8 attached to it along with my far too heavy tripod.

Mount Errigal by Northern Irish Photographer Tyler Collins

What are the ingredients for success within landscape photography?

First you need to be actually outside, you can really get caught up looking at other people's images on-line. Secondly, without doubt it has to be patience. I've seen myself in the past sitting in the one spot for a couple of hours just waiting for the right light to hit a scene! Third, I always tell people to get off the beaten track, get away from the normal tourist spots, climb a mountain, jump over a fence or 2, be that person that creates an image rather than copying - that's not to say you shouldn't go to the tourist spots.

Rapeseed by Northern Irish Photographer Tyler Collins

So apart from the tourist spots, where in Ireland would you advise people to shoot?

When I'm just looking to head out some evening for a few shots, without doubt it has to be the Causeway Coast, but apart from that I LOVE the mountains - but don't get out into them as much as I would like to.

Sheep Island by Northern Irish Photographer Tyler Collins

What do you think makes Ireland such a popular place to shoot landscape photography?

It's probably the diversity in the landscapes throughout the entire country. Every corner in Ireland has something completely different to offer.

Slieve Snaght by Northern Irish Photographer Tyler Collins

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