Letcombe Photography

Specialists in Music, Art, Culture & Documentary Photography.
Our pictures, designs and articles attempt to show how cultural diversity and convergence play a large part in our everyday existence. Showing that we are all part of one World yet each part of that World has a different perspective, attempting to bring you a unique perspective, a perspective that encompasses all this diversity.

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    Yelp Elite event at Murphys Ice Cream Parlour

    I was asked to take photos for Yelp yesterday at Murphys Ice Cream Parlour in Wicklow Street. A great evening was had by all, plenty of Ice Cream and we took advantage. I can highly recomend the Ice cream, especially the Baileys…!!!!

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    Photobase @ CFCP - 26.8.10

    Photobase @ CFCP – 26.8.10

    CFCP Photobase Historical Photographical Processes by Ian Mitton 7pm Admission – €5 Members  / €7.50 Non members                                               

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    Chapelizod Jazz & Blues Festival 2010

    Chapelizod Jazz & Blues Festival 2010

    The first Chapelizod Jazz & Blues festival will take place this october. If anyone would like to perform, volunteer or offer help please contact Letcombe Photography at info@letcombe.com

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    Irish Times – Dubin Writers’ Festival 2010

    Irish Times Publish more of our images

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    Irish Daily Star – Festival of World Cultures 2010

    Five images from the Festival of World Cultures appear in the Irish Daily Star

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    Dublin Writers’ Festival

    We were once again asked to take the offcial photographs for the Dublin Writers’ Festival 2010

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    Features & Articles

    A Photographic assignment that will highlight the social issues associated with Child Poverty and the effects of Child Poverty when taken as a global issue.

    Through a series of photographs taken in conjunction with a number of partners and alliances who are already working on the issues associated with child poverty, we will attempt to highlight not only the issues themselves but also the ways in which we can alleviate them.  This in turn will show the effects of alleviating these issues. 

     (Ian  Oliver 2004)

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    Women in the history of art

    Throughout art history there has been the idea of “feminine stereotype” of decorative arts and crafts and a “masculine stereotype” of high art. This idea was steeped in the ideals of European academic theory and helped to undermine the status of decorative arts and crafts in relation to high art. Chicago has addressed this idea of separation in the “Dinner Party” with the inclusion of ceramic painting and the use of decorative design as a central part of the work. But how should we value decorative arts and crafts, in relation to art as a whole. Feminist theory has struggled to agree on how arts and crafts “should be reconceptualized” raising the question whether decorative arts and crafts deserve to be included in the canon of art and of what values should be used to define the status of objects of art and who should decide whether or not they should be included in the canon.

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    Smithfield Horse Market

    The horse market takes place in Smithfield on the first Sunday of each Month.

     (Ian Oliver.Letcombe.com)

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    Events / Exhibtions / Education

    Photobase @ CFCP - 26.8.10
    Photobase @ CFCP – 26.8.10

    CFCP Photobase Historical Photographical Processes by Ian Mitton 7pm Admission – €5 Members  / €7.50 Non members                                               …

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    Letcombe Photography

    Letcombe offers photographic, design and journalistic services. Our pictures, designs and articles attempt to show how cultural diversity and convergence play a large part in our everyday existence. Showing that we are all part of one World yet each part of that World has a different perspective, attempting to bring you a u…