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“Bill Cullen Doesn’t do Misery”

Posted on Thursday, Jul 2nd, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

I had the pleasure of meeting Dr Bill Cullen last Monday. Wow that man has some energy! I seized the opportunity to take some shots during his presentation "Bill Cullen doesn't do misery" hosted by the print & packaging skillnets and promoted by irishwomeninbusiness.ie I didn't feel comfortable bouncing flash and luckily his positioning near a suitably large window provided me with just enough light to get the ...

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LOOKING TO LOWER YOUR OVERHEADS? SHARED STUDIO TO RENT

Posted on Thursday, Jul 2nd, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

Photographers required to share large, fully equipped photographic studio (2177 sqft). Rent €500 (net of VAT) p/m. Management fees and rates paid separately c. €175 p/m.

Another feature-rich photographer website

Posted on Wednesday, Jul 1st, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

We have just launched a newly-updated, feature-rich website for Philip Martins, a photographer based in Melbourne, Australia. Check it out via the "more" link.....

Magazine paid half a million dollars for Jackson Photos

Posted on Tuesday, Jun 30th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

It has been reported that OK magazine has paid 500,000 dollars for the last images of Michael Jackson.

Beware of “World Business Directory” scam!

Posted on Tuesday, Jun 30th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

A scam email is doing the rounds from "The World Business Directory". The email says - in bold - "updating is free of charge" but the PDF order form has small print - "I HEREBY ORDER A SUBSCRIPTION.....THE PRICE PER YEAR IS GBP 980" - beware!

The Guardian stops paying reproduction fees to photographers.

Posted on Monday, Jun 29th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

The BJP reports that Guardian News & Media has stopped paying reproduction fees to some of its contract and freelance photographers in a move that has been called a rights-grab.

French Photo Hoax

Posted on Sunday, Jun 28th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

Paris-Match awarded their annual Grand Prix du Photoreportage Etudiant this week to two French students who submitted a photographic story that apparently presented images documenting the precarious lives of students today and the things they must do to survive. Only the winners faked the whole thing.

Summer Photo Workshops and Courses in South Kerry

Posted on Saturday, Jun 27th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

Starting with a weekend on Church Island, Waterville, on 4/5 July, there are two one-week-courses in Caherciveen 6-10 and 12-16 July and two one-day-workshops in Derrynane on 24 July and on Skellig Michael on 1 Aug. Book in time for the Skelligs!

I.P.P.A. Awards for June.

Posted on Friday, Jun 26th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

This time round i was awarded 2 Diamond, 1 Gold and 3 Silver crests for photographs submitted in the June quarter.

Rock and Roll Weddings

Posted on Thursday, Jun 25th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

Eurovision song Contest winner Paul Harrington and his now beautiful wife Karol gave Woodard Photography the pleasure of shooting their wedding in Wicklow last week. Read how they got on.

Aidan Weldon featured in The Dublin issue of LeCool

Posted on Thursday, Jun 25th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

‘I stood naked along with 2500 other excited participants as ships passed silently by.’ – Aidan Weldon, cover artist. See the Dublin edition of LeCool by clicking "more"

Image Copyright Question – On Boards.ie

Posted on Thursday, Jun 25th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

On Boards.ie - "Question on obtaining images from a google image search and using them on a website?"

Website Updated

Posted on Wednesday, Jun 24th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

www.adamflynn.com has recently been updated. although it still needs some work, it is available to view to the public

Photography and International Conflict

Posted on Wednesday, Jun 24th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

This conference will bring together scholars and practitioners in the fields of visual media and international relations to examine the roles of image producers and the functions of photographic imagery in the documentation and communication of wars, violent conflicts and human rights issues.

Graduate Photography 2009 Online

Posted on Tuesday, Jun 23rd, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

There is no central platform for graduates to showcase their work long term, and in particular to a wider audience. To address this issue contemporary photography magazine, Source, have developed Graduate Photography Online, an initiative where over 270 students from 21 courses around the UK and Ireland present a selection of images from their degree shows online.