From Monday 27 July, listen to The Tubridy Show on RTÉ Radio 1 and send your photos to the LOOK OF THE IRISH website gallery. Judges Brenda Fitzsimons, Tom Lawlor and Mary McEvoy will nominate four short-listed photographs and from Monday 10 August every day the four photographers will tell Ryan the story behind their picture. And then the judges will choose the winner of a spectacular photographic prize from Canon Consumer Imaging!
Do you recognise anyone in our LOOK OF THE IRISH photos? Tell us what you think of the website, the competition and the TV programmes.
The First Prize winner of the Tubridy Show Look of the Irish competition – and of a Canon EOS 500D camera and Canon SELPHY ES20 photo printer – is Brendan Lawlor from Galway. Go here to see Brendan’s photograph, together with the other shortlisted finalists – who each win a Canon Digital IXUS 100 IS and Canon SELPHY ES20 printer.
From Sunday 9 to Friday 14 August, new and archive programmes on the faces and photographers of a hundred years of Irish life, city and country.
Browse the fascinating selection of photos from the RTÉ Stills Library collections, where every picture tells a story, from Kinsale in 1900 to Palmerstown, Dublin, in 1980.
Join presenter Pamela Flood, RTÉ Sports’ Marty Morrissey, Fair City actors Clelia Murphy & Tony Tormey, and Zbyszek Zalinski from RTÉ Radio 1 for a revealing look at some of their favourite photos.