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Posted by on 21 Feb 2011 by

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Some bits about me? Okay, let’s see.  I’m Patrick Dinneen (also known as ‘Pa’), from Cork but living in Galway. I’ve always liked photogrpahy, must have gotten the bug from my dad. I remember one birthday many moons ago he gave me an slr as a present but all I saw was a big, clunky camera. So I [..]

Posted by on 11 Jan 2011 by

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I have been taking photos for a few years now. Starting out just taking photos of everything until I eventually nailed down what I like taking photos of. My favourite subjects are reflections and animals. A lot were taken while just out walking, I just had the camera with me, and I would say to [..]

Posted by on 28 May 2010 by

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Where do I start? I can remember taking photos with a Box Brownie type camera with its 120 film. I used to love watching the film numbers passing by the red window as you wound it on. Trying to centre people in the viewfinder by having to move it the wrong way was always a [..]

Posted by on 27 May 2010 by

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Everyday we are surrounded by breathtaking images, may they be landscapes, people, objects or situations. What photography has allowed me to do however is to capture those images and memories and to share them with others. I’ve always had a keen interest in photography and is the subject of my earliest memory. Crawling around the [..]

Posted by on 12 Mar 2010 by

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Like most photographers I can remember having a camera in my hand as a young kid. What kind? Who knows. I don’t remember specifics. I just know I have the evidence to back up my statement (or the proof is in the photos). I do think that I must have inherited the photo taking gene [..]

Posted by on 15 Feb 2010 by

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Hi, I’ve always been keen on photography since a young age when I was in scouts travelling the world with 35mm disposable cameras if only I could go back and re-visit some of the places I’ve seen with my DSLR now, maybe some day. My first digital camera was a 1.3 pixel samsung point and [..]

Posted by on 03 Feb 2010 by

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Hello there. A brief history; My old man had a camera or two, and knew a thing or three about them. I guess I picked up on that at some stage. When I was 15, I happened upon a fantastic wee 1.3 megapixel camera in the airport coming back from Amsterdam. A few years and [..]

Posted by on 03 Feb 2010 by

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I am a relative newbie to photography. I have always had an interest, took a module in 4th year in school. We used Pentax cameras, black and white film and developed and printed our own shots. Our teacher was passionate about the subject which drew me in totally, but I never got around to buying [..]

Posted by on 02 Feb 2010 by

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I’ve been taking pictures since I was a child. My first two cameras used 110mm film in a little case and when I went to college I bought my first (third or fourth hand) film SLR. My Dad was a keen photographer and we used to process black and white film in my brothers bedroom [..]

Posted by on 02 Feb 2010 by

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I’ve been in to photography on and off since forever but it’s only been in the last 12 months that I’ve picked up a camera again with any seriousness since the film days.  Previously, photography was a very solitary affair for me – the only the other person I knew who was in to photography [..]

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05/12/2011

Leinster « Photowalk.ie

We’re planning a Dublin City walk from St. Patrick’s Cathedral, winding our way down to the Four Courts. A chance for us to visit Trim again which was the venue for quite a successful photowalk last year. 30th April 2011 at Isaac’s Hotel on Store Street (opposite Police Station & Busaras Bus Station). Down Grafton Street, on to Suffolk Street, Andrew St, Trinity Street and across to Central Bank.


05/12/2011

Uncategorized « Photowalk.ie

As I said back in December 2009, it was my intent to organise one photowalk a month for the year and although it looked a bit ropey heading into the latter part of 2010, the one. I’m organizing a photowalk for Saturday September 11 in conjunction with the Galway City hackperspace, 091 Labs. We’ll take in a bit of snow and/or slush photography, street photography and whatever else presents itself.


05/12/2011

Leinster « Photowalk.ie - leinster

I am thinking of: Time: 7pm Date: Monday 12th December Start: Spire to Where the lights end Direction: Spire – down Henry Street to Jervis Centre – Jervis Street to Liffey – into Temple bar – on to Georges Street – TBC Who is welcome. The WDD Blue Monument challenge: In 2010, over 900 monuments and buildings in 84 countries lit in blue on 14 November to raise awareness of diabetes and World Diabetes Day.


05/12/2011

Connaught « Photowalk.ie

This is the first year Galway City has a Christmas Market, it will be on Eyre Square and will feature about 70 stalls with approximately 2/3 of them run by continental traders. No better chance to photograph a ruined keep in a mysteriously misty, wet and rainy forest is to be found than in Galway City on July 2 coming, from 10am-3pm.


05/12/2011

Photowalk « Photowalk.ie

Wexford Strawberries – Photowalk with Boro Valley Fruit Farm Its summer time and what reminds people in Ireland more of the summer time than delicious Wexford strawberries. No better chance to photograph a ruined keep in a mysteriously misty, wet and rainy forest is to be found than in Galway City on July 2 coming, from 10am-3pm. Archive for the ‘Photowalk’ Category.


05/12/2011

Munster « Photowalk.ie

It’ll be a citywalk through the streets and along the riverbanks of Limerick, passing by many landmarks of interest and will also include the very popular Milk Market. At this minute there are 34 ships registered to take part in the race with some more expected to join between now and the arrival of the ships. An inaugural photowalk for the city of Limerick, very centrally located so people from all over the country have the chance to attend.