A fantastic result for the Blarney Club at this years IPF Interclub in Mullingar with our first podium place for joint 3rd with Drogheda for Colour Print and 4th in the Mono Print giving us 4th position overall. Congratulations to Catchlight, Dundalk and Drogheda 1st, 2nd and 3rd respectively. Fantastic work done but lots to do! […]Read More IPF INTERCLUB 2018
To celebrate Blarney Photography Club’s victory in the 2018 SACC Interclub a special fixture was added to the regular Thursday club night. The Clubs unofficial HQ, The back bar in The Castle Hotel ( Johnnies ) was the venue for a great night of spirited celebration for the club. Have a look at slideshow below and […]Read More Celebrations at Blarney HQ!
Blarney Photography Club won the Southern Region Inter Club for 2018. This was our first time ever winning the overall award, having come 2nd in the previous two years. This is a great result for a club which was only formed in 2010. Competitions would like to acknowledge and thank our selectors, Paul Reidy, Eddie […]Read More Blarney Win SACC Interclub 2018
Left: SACC Chairman Mark Gorman presents Seamus Costello with the POTY and Seamus Scullane Award. Right: SACC Chairman Mark Gorman presents Pakie O’Donoghue with the SACC NPOTY Award. Nature Photographer of the Year SACC Saturday Jan 13th: To a delighted and packed Cabragh Wetlands Trust Building the winner of the 2017-2018 Nature Photographer of the year […]Read More Blarney Run SACC POTY & NPOTY
SACC Photographer of the Year Competition This competition, (previously known as the SACC Print & Projected Image Competition), is the SACC regional qualifying round for the IPF Photographer of the Year Competition. It is usually held in November followed by the IPF national finals in February. The best overall image in SACC region is awarded the Seamus Scullane […]Read More Photographer of the Year
Super night at the 2017 Club Open NightRead More Open Night 2017
Calculating and applying the hyperfocal point sounds more complicated than it actually is. What is it? Well, a lens can only focus precisely on one plane – sharpness gradually decreases either side of this distance. Roughly speaking, depth of field extends one-third in front of this point and two-thirds beyond it. Therefore, if you focus […]Read More Hyperfocal Distance
Bring your photography to the next level in Blarney Photography Club! Open day on Thursday 14th Sept 2017 at 7.30pm in Scoil Mhuire Gan Smal, Blarney. NEW MEMBERS WELCOME! Come along and see if we can help you, open for new members ( Over 18 ) of all standards, beginners class on photography for 8 […]Read More NEW SEASON NEW MEMBERSHIP