The Hen & Cock Mountain

From another perspective.

BOUT YEH FEATURED PHOTOGRAPHER, graphic design student, David H (19), has a passion for taking moody and dramatic photographs, and he finds the Northern Ireland landscape perfect for this.


The reason I enjoy photographing the island of Ireland is because of it’s amazing nature. Another reason are the cliffs.

I love the view of the green meadows that end with the deep cliffs leading into the sea.

This makes the Northern Ireland scenery very different from Central Europe.

Why do you take photographs?

I enjoy both shooting and editing my photos.

Sometimes it is possible to transform the pictures to become almost unrecognizable. My photographs also remind me of my experiences during the shoot.

What type of photographs do you most enjoy creating?

It’s difficult to answer this question. Each photo has own story. But I think I prefer street, architecture and landscape photography.

What photographers or artists inspire you, and why?

As far as photographing urban shots, Ji?í Píša – a Prague photographer, is my role model.

He makes wonderful pictures of Prague – the capital of the Czech Republic. His outlook on creativity is “be in the right place at the right time.” (

As far as landscape photography is concerned, I think Mads Peter Iversen is very good. He shows how our planet can be beautiful! (

What is your job title, and what you do in this job?

I’m 19 years old, so I’m still a student. I’m in my final year at the Secondary School of Graphics. I also have a job at a city transport company as a crew member of pleasure cruise boats on our reservoir.

After completing my studies in graphics, I would like to study at the College of Health and work in healthcare.

David H (Brno, Czech Republic)


Story by Bout Yeh photographers Belfast

Bout Yeh featured photographer David Halouzka.

Photography: David H, for Bout Yeh

Titanic Belfast exterior from the back, at night, Northern Ireland.


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