News Archive

Paul Callaghan Awarded MPA Fellowship

Posted on Wednesday, Aug 19th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

IPWS are delighted to learn that Cavan wedding photographer, Paul Callaghan, based in Kingscourt, has been today awarded Fellowship of the Master Photographers Association.

Photo-Me Ireland have recently introduced the new “Photobook Maker” kiosk to the Irish market.

Posted on Wednesday, Aug 19th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

The PBM is unique in that it's a stand alone, all in one kiosk and book making unit taking up the footprint of a conventional kiosk. This offers a quality product to the retailer and customer at an affordable price point. It takes images from a digital source and automatically creates a 8x5.5 inch photobook, which takes approx 8 mins to make. They are currently demonstrating the kiosk across ...

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Twitpic user gets SkyNews to Pay.

Posted on Wednesday, Aug 19th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

Joe Neale, a Twitpic user, successfully campaigned on Twitter to get Sky News to pay for their usage of his image. Good to see people put a value on their images.

Stewart Photo Supplies and GF Smith at Croke Park

Posted on Wednesday, Aug 19th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

Stewart Photo Supplies would like to notify all photographers that we will be attending the Provision Croke Park Tradeshow alongside GF Smiths on Tuesday the 8th of September. On display will be the full range of Wedding and Portrait albums, both traditional and digital style. Also some outstanding deals on folder mounts and strut mounts will be on board so please feel free to come along. For more information please ...

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Canon Unveils PowerShot G11

Posted on Wednesday, Aug 19th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

Canon today announces the launch of the PowerShot G11 digital compact camera, successor to the multi-award winning PowerShot G10, with a host of stunning new features.

Ray McManus, Sportsfile, recognised by GAA with McNamee Award.

Posted on Tuesday, Aug 18th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

The contribution of Ray McManus to the GAA was recognised on Sunday Night when he received the Hall of Fame Award at the 2008 McNamee awards. Spotsfile photographer, Oliver McVeigh, also won Best GAA Photograph.

Seminar – DSLR Cinematography

Posted on Friday, Aug 14th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

This is a bespoke master class for photographers and film makers who want to shoot video using the Canon Canon 5D MkII D-SLR to achieve the elusive film look. You may be a photographer considering the commercial opportunities that the convergence between photography and video now offer but lack the skills in film making. The session will give you an overview of the techniques and technology required to shoot films ...

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Taking Liberties Photo Exhibition

Posted on Friday, Aug 14th, 2009 in News Archive by Alan Murphy | Add Comment | More »

M2ifoto's Emmett Martin two week exhibition 'Taking Liberties', images from Meath Street and the Liberties, was a huge success at the No Grants Gallery in Temple Bar, Dublin. His book, that the images were taken from, can be seen and purchased at M2ifoto's website.

Welcome to new affiliate Tradeclips

Posted on Thursday, Aug 13th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

IPWS are delighted to welcome Tradeclips,the first truly dedicated online service offering the media and PR community a simple, secure and cost-effective way to store, manage, publish and syndicate digital media files between colleagues, clients and media partners. Check them out by clicking "more"

Joe and the Bikini

Posted on Wednesday, Aug 12th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

Over the past two days Liveline callers debated the use of bikini models in promotions and publicity for a restaurant competition with Joe Duffy, Liveline. Listen to the original debate by clicking "more".

Atlanta Police Enforcing Illegal Photography Policy – For Coke?

Posted on Tuesday, Aug 11th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

It is reported online that Atlanta Police threatened to arrest a photographer who took a picture of the Coca Cola Museum from public space because he “looked too professional”

Photographers’ rights at Guardian News and Media

Posted on Tuesday, Aug 11th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

Guardian News and Media has proposed changes to the terms and conditions under which it commissions photography. If you are a photographer who could be affected by the proposals you may be interested in this petition.

Seamus Murphy: A Darkness Visible

Posted on Monday, Aug 10th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

The Digital Journalist's cover story this month features Irish photojournalist Seamus Murphy and his recently published book, "A Darkness Visible". Beverly Spicer asks him about his career, the inspiration he took as a boy from American ideals, and his long involvement with Afghanistan and its people.

I’m a Photographer, Not a Terrorist!

Posted on Saturday, Aug 8th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

Photography is under attack. Anyone with a camera is targeted as a potential terrorist. This campaign is for everyone who values visual imagery and press freedom.

Set the record buttons

Posted on Friday, Aug 7th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

The Look of the Irish - a series of programmes relating to photography in Ireland starting on August 9th.