Filming protests in Ireland with the Nikon D3300
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4y ago
Here is a video of protests which took place in Dublin in October 2018. The protest revolves around issues regarding housing in Ireland, farming, and homelessness. The homeless figure is now just below 10,000! Music Licensed: Boom Bap Jazz 3 Artist: Da TOOBY Equipment: 35mm 1.8 Lens Camera: Nikon D3300 Mic: TAKSTAR SCG 598 Extra: Dead Cat for Mic ProtestorUCD students marching ..read more
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Vlogging with an IPad
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by Thestreetphotographersguide
4y ago
Vlogging with an IPad Air on one of the days the Pope visited Ireland ..read more
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Photographic Video of Ireland
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by Thestreetphotographersguide
4y ago
NEWS! Recently we decided to push forward with the YouTube Channel and move on to Vloggs. Before we do so however we wanted to post some videotography of the photos we took with the Panasonic the Nikon and different lenses Please let us know what you think or if it is something you want done with your own photos. Enjoy ..read more
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The 10 Greatest films for a budding photographer
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by Thestreetphotographersguide
4y ago
No. 10    2001 A Space Odyssey Director Stanley Kubrick gives advice on set This particular film is more for the minimalist in you. Yes it’s a long film, well over 3 hours, and the story line is not very complex, but the cinematography is as spectacular as the acting. An Arthur C Clark short story is famously brought to life by Director Stanley Kubrick, and a computer called Hal. An object, a dark hovering rectangle, gives people the opportunity to explore the past and the future with horrific consequences. Sci Fi.   No. 9    The Field The Field was shot in Ireland wit ..read more
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Street Photography Greats. WeeGee
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by Thestreetphotographersguide
4y ago
Weegee or Arthur Fellig (June 12, 1899 – December 26, 1968) If Diane Arbus had one big Photographic influence it was this man, Arthur Fellig, also known as Weegee. WeeGee, like so many of his contemporaries, was born in the old Austrian Hungarian Imperial Provence of Central and Eastern Europe, which has since been split up. His homeland would now be Ukraine, but back then it was a hotbed of Revolution, which was soon to become a war zone. After getting out, and moving to New York with his family, WeeGee didn’t waste much time in finding a job. He was entrepreneurial from the beginning, start ..read more
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Abstract Photography
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by Thestreetphotographersguide
4y ago
A lot of people question abstract photography, and I completely understand why. A lot of it does not make sense, would not sell, and has no point, however is this enough to stop the creation of something different, just because ‘You’ don’t get it. I’m not so sure. The question always is “what is it meant to be?”. This is what you will hear a lot when dealing with contemporary art too, however, if Art cannot experiment, can it really grow? As they say, beauty is in the eye of the beholder, we don’t have to like it, for someone else to own it. In the Docklands ..read more
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Down the Docks….visiting the unknown
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by Thestreetphotographersguide
4y ago
Dublin’s Docklands have changed incredibly over recent decades and none more so then down by the East Link Bridge. Here you can find the 3 Arena, which used to be the O2 and before this the Point Depot. A lot of concerts have taken place in the area, and a lot of memories shape these wonderful nights out, but there is a very different feel only 50 metres up the road, if you take the time to wander. This photo is of the old railway line which must have been used to move goods. It’s a desolate but beautiful area now. If you are visiting places which are derelict or run down make sure you wear bo ..read more
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