A tradition began in East Wall of people dropping in, to share a photo to put on display – an analogue timeline in a butcher’s shop window.
Founded in 1945 to cater to amateur photographers not quite ready for the heights of the Photographic Society of Ireland, Dublin Camera Club currently has more than 150 members.
At The Darkroom in Stoneybatter, Mella Travers teaches others how to create black-and-white images the old-fashioned way.
Gregory Dunn’s newly released book of photos is really a collection of stories – like the story of Cunty the horse, and the story of Sean Dublin Bay Loftus.
June 20 was the shortest night of the year, and a full moon. Brendan Mac Evilly spent it cycling around Dublin, taking photos.
A selection of Seamus Kelly’s photographs from a decade of publishing the “Ballymun Concrete News” are on display at Axis: Ballymun until the end of March.
These are stills from “Land’s End”, an ongoing, cumulative work of photos and video shot at the edge of Ireland, which Kenrick hopes you will experience as a kind of “interior travelogue”.
One photographer documents the lives of four octogenarians, two of whom are Dubliners.