• 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-
  • 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-
  • 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-

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