ID11 Photography Studio is located in the Marlay Park Craft Courtyard and is co-founded by local photographic artists Yusuf Amod and Jane Cummins. Both artists are graduates of BA (hons) Photography at IADT, Dun Laoghaire.
Yusuf has exhibited nationally and is currently working on a book in which he uses archival family photography to piece together the history of his families move from India to South Africa in the early 1900’s.
Jane has recently completed her Photography MFA at Ulster University after which she won the Belfast Exposed Graduate Award Residency and has taken part in several group and solo exhibitions in Ireland and the United Kingdom, including the RHA Annual Exhibition. Jane’s work has also been published internationally; she has also run several successful self-portrait workshops since finishing her MFA. Both artists work solely with film photography and run film and alternative processing workshops in and around their studio in Marlay Park.
All of their photographs are taken using medium format film cameras to create beautiful landscape images many of which are taken in the Dublin Mountains and surrounding areas. All images are printed on archival fine art papers and framed in bespoke handmade frames.
ID11 Photography Studio host regular photography workshops in the mediums of alternative process photography, pinhole photography and cyanotype photography. Participants will receive expert training on the skills and techniques used in their chosen field. We welcome photographers of all skill levels, from complete beginners looking to get a start to more advanced photographers interested in honing their skills.
This October midterm we will be running two different three day photography schools for children and teenagers.
October 29th, 30th, 31st 2019
Group 1: Age: 7 + 9AM UNTIL 12PM
Group 2: Age: 14-18 2PM UNTIL 5PM
(To book a place in one of our upcoming workshops please book through Eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.ie/o/id11-photography-studio-20000818502 or call us on 086 160 5181)
Create striking Prussian blue prints on fine art paper using one of the earliest photographic printmaking processes.
Cyanotype is a photographic printing process that uses a combination of two safe chemicals that, when mixed together and exposed under sunlight, produce a cyan coloured print...the original 'blueprint'.
Participants will learn about the cyanotype process from start to finish and will be given the opportunity to produce up to four final art pieces to take home.
This is a creative and practical workshop where participants design and build their own pinhole camera; gain technical knowledge in how to use a pinhole camera and how to calculate the correct exposure time. We will explore Malay park and experiment with a variety of themes from landscapes to portraiture. Participants will then develop and print their own photographs in the darkroom and each participant gets to take their camera home.No experience necessary.