Trisha Clancy Photography » Doha based photographer specialising in Portrait and Lifestyle photography for Newborns, Children and Families.

The times they are a changin’

The times they are a changin'I remember my Grandad Bill well, though many years have passed now since he left us. ShockView full post »

October Registration Open

Make sure you grab a place for October if you have been promising yourself to get to grips with your DSLR. Now is theView full post »

Stop trying to fit into someone else’s pants

We all know a culprit when we see one. Wedged into a pair of jeans two sizes too small. Waddling uncomfortably.View full post »

We’re all just winging it

I became a parent exactly 4 years, 3 months and 14 days ago and it began a journey into the unknown that would beView full post »

My award winning Spiderbaby

I was ecstatic recently to be amongst the 18 placed winners of out of over 2000 entries in the Annual 2015View full post »

Thanks Satchmo

What a Wonderful World. Oh Yeah. Who isn’t familiar with how Louis Armstrong puts the message across in his ownView full post »

The Ultimate Beginners DSLR Course

I’m ridiculously excited about the launch of my Click 101 DSLR course starting in September. Many of you may notView full post »

Hooray for twins

I read some interesting facts the other day about twins. 1) They do not have identical fingerprints 2) 40% of twinsView full post »

A friend to all is a friend to none

Lots of people want to ride with you in the limo, but what you want is someone who will take the bus with you when theView full post »

2nd Child Syndrome. Guilty your Honour!

I had a family shoot recently at the Souq with a fantastic Mum and Dad and their very adorable baby boy and his bigView full post »

The Beach

Its turtle hatching season and I was pleasantly surprised to see that the beach had been fenced off to allow theView full post »

A good dose of Irish

I had the absolute pleasure of spending last Friday morning with BillyJo and her beautiful family. They never moanedView full post »

Week 6

What’s in a portrait? My love of photography is deeply rooted in my love for portrait photography. I love how inView full post »

Week 5

Another eventful week of Easter egg hunting, souq visits and one ginormous sandstorm that turned our living room into aView full post »

A splash of colour makes a change from beige

One of the most obvious differences between the Middle East and back home is the colours you see on a daily basis. HomeView full post »

Week 4

The temperatures are creeping up in Qatar and before you know it we will be hibernating once again like aView full post »

Week 3

We went to the beach in Doha last week. It wasn’t perfect. I have very fond memories of our trips to the beachView full post »

Week 2

Ok. So I’m a bit behind. But I have good reason. I was on a much needed holiday with the family and good friendsView full post »

A happy family is but an earlier heaven

Sometimes you just come across someone who restores your faith in humanity. Someone whose kindness makes theView full post »

Week 1

One of the wisest moves I ever made regarding my photography was to start a 365 project. I remember reading about it onView full post »

Portrait of a Souq

There are so many great places to explore in Doha. I’ve been here 6 months and I’m ashamed to sayView full post »

Strike a pose, not a duck face

I don’t know about you but I hate that moment at weddings when it comes to a group photo and everyone is jostlingView full post »

A little perspective

“To me photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinaryView full post »

I see the light

Ah sure…let’s go to Zubarah. It’s only a short hop away says I at 3:15pm. We were on a mission toView full post »

Beauty in the wild

Ansel Adams was a pure genius. He expresses the art of photography so well. Unearths things about why I chose to be aView full post »

Singing sand dunes

I’ve heard it all now. We headed out 40kms North of Doha yesterday evening to discover a bit of the country weView full post »