Diffused, dreamy, mixed media combinations of painting and photography by artist Stev’nn Hall.
Emma deValera writes:-
Broadsheet readers, who know everything, may already be aware of the Phantom Siberia Photo Girl. She had her moment of fame earlier this week, after many years languishing in a dusty collection of photos belonging to the Krasnoyarsk Regional Museum of Local Lore.
But what about the Phantom Irish Photo Boy?
I’ve been intrigued for some time about this stylish little feller romping through the photos of 60s and 70s Dublin in the Michael Walker Photo collection, National Library of Ireland. Is he a Very Junior Walker or just a random stray kid who tagged along at photo sessions?
Also, what’s up with the National Library of Ireland’s policy of brutally watermarking their photos? A very ‘commercial’ decision for a public institution intended to be for the benefit of all this country’s citizens. Perhaps their online curator has an explanation?
Brendan (in green)in Cambodia, part of the ‘Home From Home’ photo project
Photographer Katie Hennessy writes:
I was hoping your readers might enjoy this photo series [link below] based on the concept of home, something I started exploring when living in Japan. I began asking expat friends what their sense of home was when living abroad, I wanted to know how they kept themselves grounded..
I’m now looking to photograph people who have made Ireland their home. There’s a contact on the website [link below] if interested!
Pic: Katie Hennessy
Donal Moloney writes:
Some craic with my bedroom mirror….Poolbeg (top) and Phoenix Park [Dublin]….
The 2015 Irish Professional Photographer Association conference – 8th march 2015.
A day full of photography with seminars covering topics as diverse as portraiture and underwater landscape photography, and a great day out for anyone with an interest in photography.
Dress code: snappy.
(Thanks Ronan Palliser)
UsWe Irish have a strong history of trying to sway the vote in polls and after not quite getting there for [FIFA Goal of The Year nominee] Stephanie Roche we have another shot for my brother Andrew Hetherington.
Andrew”s cover picture of John Oliver for the Hollywood Reporter has been shortlisted by the American Society of Photo Editors for the people’s choice photo of the year award. All folks have to do is visit the pic on American Society of Photo Editors Facebook page and click the like button HERE to cast their vote …
Pic of Andrew by Mark Tucker
American photographer Beth Moon has spent the last 14 years travelling the world in search of the oldest, rarest and biggest trees.
Her duotone prints are specially developed for exhibition using a platinum/palladium process that ensures a deep tonal range and a durability to match the often millennium-old subject matter.
60 of her majestic tree images were recently published in a book called Ancient Trees; Portaits Of Time.