• train in donabate train station
    "Photography has just two controls:
    Where you stand and when you press the button."
    -David Hurn, Magnum-
  • Snowing day
    "Great photography is about depth of feeling,
    -Peter Adams-
    not depth of field."
  • people crossing the street
    "Vision is the art of seeing what is invisible to others."
    -Jonathan Swift-
  • two little girls playing in the wood
    "The best camera is the one you have with you."
    -Chase Jarvis-
  • horses on the sunny morning beach
    "Your first 10,000 photographs are your worst."
    -Henri Cartier-Bresson-
  • merry go round in action at a theme park in ireland
    "I never have taken a picture I've intended.
    They're always better or worse."
    -Diane Arbus-
  • seal on the beach
    "Don't shoot what it looks like.
    Shoot what it feels like."
    -David Alan Harvey-
  • grannies having a chat while knitting
    "You don't take a photograph, you make it."
    -Ansel Adams-
  • teenagers at a theme park in ireland
    "Which of my photographs is my favourite?
    The one I'm going to take tomorow."
    -Imogen Cunningham-
  • merry go round in action in ireland
    "If your photographs aren't good enough
    you're not close enough.”
    -Robert Capa-

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Teagasc Photo Competition


Get your wellies on! Teagasc is launching a photo competition entitled “Celebrating Our Forests”. The competition runs until 26th November with the specialist themes: Forest landscapes Trees on the Farm Forest wildlife and... Read More

Web Login


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Covid-19 Update


In view of the circular we’ve received from Donabate Golf Club we will postpone any photo club meets for the near future until matters improve and the golf club can relax their adherence... Read More

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