Photography News

CS5 Launching on the 12th

Posted on Tuesday, Apr 6th, 2010 in Photography News by Alan Murphy | Add Comment

Adobe will be launching CS5 on the 12th of April 2010.  Register here to be part of the launch but watch the YouTube sneak preview here:-

PPT are delighted to announce an intimate event with Kevin Wilson.

Posted on Thursday, Apr 1st, 2010 in Photography News by Alan Murphy | Add Comment

On Sunday May 2nd 2010, in Dublin, Kevin Wilson will give a talk on Weddings to a select audience of 30 people. Kevin Wilson has the rare distinction of Fellowship in all three major UK photographic bodies: MPA / BIPP / RPS. His talks are quite simply unmissable,there are still some places left. The talk runs from 10am to 1pm Fee €95.00 euro (inc free parking and tea / coffee) - IPPA ...

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GFSmith RoadShow – Belfast and Derry.

Posted on Thursday, Apr 1st, 2010 in Photography News by Alan Murphy | Add Comment

photographers.ie got a notice in the post today about two GFSmith Roadshow dates in April.  The events take place in Belfast and Derry and are organised in conjunction with Mark Lawrence Marketing.  The agenda for the day covers two separate marketing sessions and sometime for messages from GFSmith. The events take place on the 20th of April in The Stromont Hotel, Belfast and The 21st in the Everglades Hotel, ...

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How to use a photograph – in the UK

Posted on Thursday, Apr 1st, 2010 in Photography News | The IPWS Blog by Alan Murphy | Add Comment

Time Lapse by Peter Cox

Posted on Thursday, Apr 1st, 2010 in Photography News by Alan Murphy | Add Comment

I recently came across a blog post by Cork based landscape photographer Peter Cox.   Another photographer embracing the new capabilities of digital cameras.

Celebrating 30 Years of Irish Sport – The GAA Museum

Posted on Monday, Mar 29th, 2010 in Photography News by Alan Murphy | 1 Comment

The GAA Museum in Croke Park, Dublin, in conjunction with The Irish Times, presents a photographic exhibition featuring 150 iconic newsworthy moments in Irish sport over the last 30 years. The exhibition features images from The Irish Times archive as well as a selection from Inpho Photography and celebrates the achievements of Ireland's sportsmen and sportswomen from 1980-2010. The exhibition runs from Tuesday 23rd March for a limited time only ...

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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3 Beta Released

Posted on Sunday, Mar 28th, 2010 in Photography News by Alan Murphy | Add Comment

Lightroom 3 beta builds on the vision of the very first Lightroom beta. From day 1, Lightroom was designed for photographers and by photographers to help them focus on what they love—the art and craft of photography. Lightroom provides photographers with an elegant and efficient way to work with their growing digital image collections, bring out the best in their images, and make an impact from raw capture to ...

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Sean Hillen talks about his work.

Posted on Sunday, Mar 28th, 2010 in Photography News by Alan Murphy | Add Comment

Artist Sean Hillen will give a talk about his work in the Alliance Francaise, Dublin, this Tuesday at 6.30. Sean Hillen was raised in Newry and studied at the Belfast College of Art. In 1982, he travelled to London to continue his studies at the London College of Printing, and then at the Slade School of Fine Art. The Man from IRELANTIS shows many examples of his ...

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NAIP.ie Website Goes Live

Posted on Monday, Mar 22nd, 2010 in Photography News by Alan Murphy | Add Comment

The website of the new National Association of Irish Photographers has gone live. The NAIP will be offically launched on April 21st 2010 at the Louis fitzgerald Hotel, Naas Rd. with a free seminar by Master image editor Ramon Sammut.

Stop section 43…or the horse gets it, and so do you…

Posted on Monday, Mar 22nd, 2010 in Photography News by Alan Murphy | Add Comment

There is legislation going through the UK Parliament which ALL photographers should be aware of.  The bill, entitled the Digital Economy Bill, will affect photographers copyright.  Here is a link where you can read more on the law and what you can do about it.

Shoot ‘n’ Burn merchants in the US.

Posted on Saturday, Mar 20th, 2010 in Photography News by Cormac O'Kelly | 3 Comments

Here is the result of hiring 'weekend warriors' to do your wedding photography. A case in the states showing that work can be printed for you in the local pharmacy by them and result is a shoddy job! Wedding shot with sub standard lenses and a Canon Rebel camera. You get what you pay for!  Or in this case, you get a lot less than what you paid for. If you are considering ...

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New Association for Photographers in Ireland

Posted on Friday, Mar 19th, 2010 in Photography News | The IPWS Blog by Alan Murphy | 31 Comments

A new photographic association, The National Association of Irish Photographers,  is launching on the 21st of April at the Louis Fitzgerald Hotel on the Naas Road starting at 10:00 with registration at 9:00am. This new association will be taking in all photographers both amateur and professional into its ranks. The organisers claim it  will provide regular seminars and education programs to members and encourage them to buy Irish products and services. After ...

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Wylie exhibition in the London Gallery of Photography

Posted on Tuesday, Mar 16th, 2010 in Photography News by Alan Murphy | Add Comment

Donovan Wylie is nominated for the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2010 for his exhibition MAZE 2007/8 at Belfast Exposed. Born and raised in Belfast, much of Wylie’s work is concerned with post-conflict Northern Ireland, exploring notions of identity, history and territory in series such as British Watch Towers (2007) and The Maze (2003 – 2007). Wylie systematically documented the fabric and physical structure of the eponymous Maze Prison –which became a ...

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Epson R2880 Promotion

Posted on Monday, Mar 15th, 2010 in Photography News by Stewart Photo Supplies | Add Comment

From now until the 18th of April the Epson 2880 is on special through selected vendors around Ireland.  The Epson Stylus Photo R2880 (to give it it's full title) is perfect for some one starting into large format printing. At Stewart Photo Supplies you can purchase the R2880 for 630e against the normal price of 730e  - that is a saving of 85e Click the video below ...

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Photofest Ireland 2010

Posted on Thursday, Mar 11th, 2010 in Photography News by Alan Murphy | Add Comment

Photofest Trade Show will be back on the 18th of April 2010.  As always there is a full agenda of free seminars and product talks.   All the main photographic products and services will be represented at the show. Key activities will involve – Irish trade representatives you are familiar with – meet ...

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