A startling collection of previously unseen photographs featured in a new documentary provides a fresh perspective of life and death in the trenches during World War One. Belfast man George Hackney was a keen amateur photographer in the innocent years before the outbreak of war, and when he was sent off to fight in 1915, he […]Read More The man who shot the great war
I ‘ve been asked about Lightroom best solutions for backing up and I though i’d share my method! This graphic best explains the setup. All my RAW images are uploaded to an external Drive ( Drive 2 ) that way my computer hard rive is clear of all large files. The Lightroom Catalogue which automatically […]Read More Workflow and backUp
Starving Child and Vulture by Kevin Carter Last year I read The Bang-Bang Club: Snapshots from a Hidden War an autobiographical book by Greg Marinovich and Joao Silva about themselves, James Nachtwey and Kevin Carter a group of four South African photographers active within the townships of South Africa during the apartheid period. Kevin Carter knew the image of […]Read More Famous Photo of the Month
Marek Biegalski portrait, nature & landscapes photographer visited the club last night. A slight delay due to unforeseen circumstances just served to whet our appetites for a superb night chock full of amazing images. Born in Poland in early 70’s, he has lived in Ireland since 2006. He is a self-taught photographer. His work captures […]Read More Chasing the light-night!
Blarney Photography Club managed to get a 4th place position in a challenging competition of 25 clubs in the IPF Shield. Henry O’Brien was awarded an honorary mention for his Colour Print. This represents significant progress for the club. The selection committee put in a lot of hard work selecting and organising printing and finishing […]Read More Going from strength to strength
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Download our PDF guide to photography distinctions. Authored by Rory O’Connor this comprehensive guide sheds light on the distinctions process. Download the guide: Click HereRead More Guide to Photography Distinctions
Continuing our steady club progress at all levels we had a medal winner in the Non-Advanced (formerly Intermediate) Section of the SACC Creative when valued member Henry O’Brien took Bronze in the projected image section. Henry’s beautiful portrait and successful image was of another member, none other than Frank Lyall. We think that counts as […]Read More 2 FOR THE PRICE OF 1!
We are delighted to announce Iga Sasiela from Blarney Photography Club as the overall winner of the 2016 SACC Creative Photography Competition with her image ‘Anna’. Great job Iga.Read More Club Member Wins!
Our club Chairman won best Colour Print at the Celtic Challenge in Portcawl, Wales year and Ireland won the event for the first time in seven years. This annual event is a Print & Projected competition between the Photographic Federations of Celtic nations. There are entries from the Welsh Photographic Federation, the Scottish Photographic Federation, […]Read More Driving the Celtic Challenge