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Brendan Landy on Nationwide’s Wedding Special

Posted on Tuesday, Oct 20th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

Kerry Photographer Brendan Landy was featured on Nationwide's Wedding Special on RTE 1 yesterday. Click "more" to view.

A quintessentially Irish exhibition

Posted on Monday, Oct 19th, 2009 in News Archive by Alan Murphy | Add Comment | More »

Photographer Simon Burch looked to the most traditional of Irish landscapes – boglands – for an exhibition of stark, expressive work. Under a Grey Sky is at the Gallery of Photography, Meeting House Square, Dublin until November 15.

Returned – a Canon 400 mm 2 .8 image

Posted on Monday, Oct 19th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

Just a quick note to state that the Canon Lens has been found. Thanks to anyone who retweeted, reposted and helped the photographer out. He is most grateful.

Amelia Stein, featured in Irish Times.

Posted on Sunday, Oct 18th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

"You see these family portraits where everyone is in white T-shirts and jeans and they look like Gap ads; I can’t do it unless we have some reason to do it."

Phantom photos in Wicklow

Posted on Thursday, Oct 15th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

MYSTERY surrounding the identity of a supposed ghost, which appeared in photos at an Arthur's Day celebration at The Gin Mill in Arklow, has persisted since it was taken two weeks ago. The photographs, which were taken by local photographer Adrian O'Brien, show the image of an elderly man in an upstairs window which nobody has come forward to identify.

Nationwide Slot for Landy Photography

Posted on Thursday, Oct 15th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

Kerry's Brendan Landy of Landy Photography will feature on Nationwide on Monday next, 19th October on RTE 1 at 7pm. It can also be seen online from Tuesday on by clicking "more" and following the links.

Coming Soon . . .

Posted on Wednesday, Oct 14th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

To a cinema near you. A little over a year ago we were asked to provide stills photography for the Vic Sarin film "A Shine of Rainbows" starring Adrian Quinn, Connie Nielsen and John Bell. Visit Sepiafilms site to see the trailer.

Nikon D3S – redrawing the boundaries of photography

Posted on Wednesday, Oct 14th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

Nikon’s first FX format camera to feature high-definition movie recording offers photographers a whole new level of creative flexibility. The D3S features a highly sensitive 12.1 megapixel FX format CMOS sensor that boasts an ISO range of 200 to 12800.

City Centre Studio Available to Hire

Posted on Friday, Oct 9th, 2009 in News Archive by Alan Murphy | Add Comment | More »

Market Street Studios is a newly opened photographic studio in Dublin's City Centre. It is available to rent.

Trimage (Spanish franchise for photographic & design products) to exhibit in Dublin

Posted on Thursday, Oct 8th, 2009 in News Archive by Alan Murphy | 1 Comment | More »

Anyone looking for new opportunities might want to check out Trimage who are at a Franchise Event organised by The Embassy of Spain, Economic and Commercial Office. Their product turns a photograph into transform a photograph into a 3D Plexiglas sculpture.

Making you money from your old photographs and images

Posted on Thursday, Oct 8th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

Everyone who joins fotoLibra to sell pictures gets an Historic Portfolio to market images taken before 1980. fotoLibra invites you to help form a valuable archive of old pictures taken by generations of family photographers.

Capa Movie on the Way

Posted on Wednesday, Oct 7th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

Variety reports that Mann and Columbia Pictures are joining forces to tell the story of war photographer Robert Capa and his romance with fellow photographer Gerda Taro.

Business as usual for a family affair

Posted on Wednesday, Oct 7th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

The Mayo News reports that it is progression rather than recession is, in the words of artistic photographer, Michael Gannon, what encapsulates his family business.

Do you want to Increase Your Portrait Sales?

Posted on Wednesday, Oct 7th, 2009 in News Archive | Add Comment | More »

Quite simply: if your lighting is better, your portraits will be better, if your portraits are better- you'll sell more of them. There are limited places still available for Professional Lighting for Studio Portraits with Vincent O'Byrne MQEP on Sunday 18th October 2009, this one day course is only €195.00 inc lunch, to book click MORE

New Composition and Postprocessing Seminars

Posted on Wednesday, Oct 7th, 2009 in News Archive by Alan Murphy | Add Comment | More »

Following the success of his last seminar in Dublin, Peter has scheduled a series of new dates in Dublin and Cork. The seminars cover the creative aspects of composition and postprocessing in depth. Cost is only €50.