Photography News

Seeing Georgian Limerick

Posted on Monday, Feb 8th, 2010 in Photography News | Add Comment | More »

In 2008, to commemorate 50 years of the Irish Georgian Society, the Limerick Chapter of the Irish Georgian Society and Limerick City Gallery of Art commissioned four artists to take photographs of Georgian Limerick. This exhibition has now transferred to the Irish Architectural Archive in Merrion Square Dublin where it will open on Tuesday 9 February and run until Friday 12 March 2010.

Event Photo Training – April 13 – 15 – Belfast & Dublin

Posted on Sunday, Feb 7th, 2010 in Photography News | Add Comment | More »

Two one day training events in Ireland. One of these day will potentially be in the Belfast area and the second day potentially in the Dublin area (Venues to be confirmed). The training will be conducted by Paul Rogers & Mike Weeks.

Mark Condren named PPAI Photographer of the Year

Posted on Friday, Feb 5th, 2010 in Photography News | Add Comment | More »

Tonight Mark Condren was named PPAI Photographer of the Year.

OUR Wedding Albums available now on ROES

Posted on Wednesday, Feb 3rd, 2010 in Photography News | Add Comment | More »

User friendly service available now on the ROES system provided by View and make up your album with this very useful and easy to use tool. Discounts from us available on all fisrt time display albums up to 50% off. These will also be on display at both our and GMS's stands at Pro-Foto on the 9th and 10th of Feb in the Green Isle Hotel, Dublin. Hope to ...

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Hand Imaging Itd – Introducing The Belvedere Range.

Posted on Tuesday, Feb 2nd, 2010 in Photography News | Add Comment | More »

This is a New product from Hand Imaging to help our customers to be more competitive - 30 page Album with magnetic closer - 30 prints 10x10 designed using Roes templates. All prints sealed with liquid laminate. Good quality black box. To download the free ROES software, click on "more" to go to the Hand Imaging Website and click ROES button on the home page.

Sean Hillen’s Return to Irelantis

Posted on Monday, Feb 1st, 2010 in Photography News | Add Comment | More »

To launch the celebrations of the 50th anniversary of the Alliance Française in Dublin, a collection of acclaimed work by the important Irish artist Seán Hillen will be shown for the first time in Dublin since the 1990’s.Best known for his ‘Irelantis’ series, where competing myths and visions cohabit a deliciously witty montage, Hillen is one of the most significant artists of his generation.Hillen has also undertaken sculptural pieces, ...

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Basil McLaughlin – RIP

Posted on Friday, Jan 29th, 2010 in Photography News | Add Comment | More »

Andersonstown News founder, first photographer and former editor Basil McLaughlin died Wednesday last at the NI Hospice - R.I.P.

Focus on Imaging 2010 – NEC, Birmingham – March 7th – 10th

Posted on Friday, Jan 29th, 2010 in Photography News | Add Comment | More »

FOCUS ON IMAGING is Europe's biggest annual imaging show, covering all your needs from image capture through to output and beyond.

Irish photographer collaborates with Corel Corp

Posted on Thursday, Jan 28th, 2010 in Photography News | Add Comment | More »

Paul Treacy is a London based photographer who enjoys investigating new ways of presenting images. One of his projects was spotted by Corel Corp executive Tobie Openshaw and he contacted Paul to see if Corel could use components from his "Space Hoppers" short film to make a tutorial for their users. Here is the result of their collaboration.

LRB Portfolio 2.51 update available.

Posted on Thursday, Jan 28th, 2010 in Photography News | Add Comment | More »

Sean from the Lightroom Blog tells me that LRB Portfolio has now been updated to version 2.51. This update has substantial under the hood changes to overcome the way Lightroom generates CSS. Now when you export (or Preview in Browser), LRB Portfolio creates a new CSS file from internal settings, but based on a template CSS file.

Liam Kidney Wins Travel Photographer Of The Year Award 2010 with the SWPP in London

Posted on Wednesday, Jan 27th, 2010 in Photography News | Add Comment | More »

Liam Kidney, who runs Liam Kidney Photography in Athlone, Co. Westmeath was selected as the winner of the coveted Travel Photographer of the Year prize at the annual Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers’ awards function. Photographers all over the world took part in the event, and Mr Kidney admitted to being “absolutely amazed to be selected as the winner of the travel section.” He was selected for his stunning shot taken ...

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Court Services Defend new photography restrictions

Posted on Tuesday, Jan 26th, 2010 in Photography News | Add Comment | More »

THE COURTS Service, responsible for administrative matters in the judicial system, has defended new restrictions on the media’s ability to take photographs. Media photographs of convicted prisoners and others in custody may become a thing of the past as new procedures are implemented in the State’s courthouses.

Snappers Protest Over Police Search Powers

Posted on Monday, Jan 25th, 2010 in Photography News | Add Comment | More »

Thousands of professional and amateur photographers have lit up London's Trafalgar Square with their flash bulbs in a protest against the police's "malicious" use of stop and search powers.

Domnick photographs VSO Projects in Malawi.

Posted on Monday, Jan 25th, 2010 in Photography News | Add Comment | More »

Domnick Walsh Photographer arrived into Malawi in Africa for a week. His week involved visiting VSO projects in one of Africa's poorest countries. Charmaine Kenny the Rose of Tralee also went on the trip. Domnick now has a on line Photo exhibition of the photo shoot from Africa.

Introducing PhotoIreland 2010

Posted on Friday, Jan 22nd, 2010 in Photography News | Add Comment | More »

PhotoIreland will be Ireland’s first International Festival of Photography and Visual Culture. It will take place in July 2010, showcasing the work of national and international photographers and artists in a number of exhibition and events spread throughout the city of Dublin. The festival plans to expand in the coming years, to highlight the great work done nationwide by photographers, artists, curators and galleries. Amongst other organisations, this year ...

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