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    For anyone interested in the history of photography in Ireland I would like to recommend "Photography in Ireland, The Nineteenth Century" by Edward Chandler published in 2001. Eddie is a long standing member of Dublin Camera Club and is considered to be one of the most knowledgeable people on the history of photography.

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    Brendan Murphy, photographer for 'The Irish News'

    His book 'Eyewitness' is well worth a look http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/images/photos...y/murphy03.htm

    and, I don't want to embarrass anyone, but there are some very talented Irish photographers around this site...
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    A bit late to this party, but surprised no one mentioned Carsten Krieger:

    http://www.carstenkrieger.co.uk/

    Based on his biography he is German but now living in Clare.

    I've been out to Loop Head and the area once to shoot and stumbled across his site after I had shot out there. Both times to Ireland I've been inspired to shoot more. I need another trip (by myself) to head out into the Wicklow hills and up to Donegal and Mayo.

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    Please don't crucify me for saying this but most of the photographers linked are average at best, having said that I know its about who you personally respond to, just think their are some fantastic photographers working today far far superior to some linked here. For one John Durcan, his exhibition in Temple Bar at the moment is definitely worth a view, its contemporary, timeless, technically superb and meaningful.

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    Do you mean John Duncan? i.e. this guy

    Where his exhibition on? Not the Gallery Of Photography I don't think ...
    I have a photo blog ... and a Flickr ...

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    This is the guy, the exhibition is called bonfires.

    http://www.templebargallery.com/2009...902duncanj.htm

    Again, it is all subjective, the exhibition did nothing for me whatsoever.
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    Yeah Hugh thats the guy. the exhibition is in temple bar studios. Also This Guys doing some great work http://www.ahetherington.com/

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    "Truth and love are my law and worship. Form and conscience are my manifestation and guide. Nature and peace are my shelter and companions. Order is my attitude. Beauty and perfection are my attack."

    - Rob Tyner (1944 - 1991)

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    Deirdre O Callaghans 'Hide the Can' is worth a gander
    as is 'The Irish;a photohistory' by Sean Sexton & Christine Kinealy

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