Photography Exhibition

Photography Exhibition

The aim of the project was to look through the lens of a camera and focus on what the youth of Cranmore see in their everyday life. Photographs were taken by adults, children and Youths using a digital camera at various events held throughout the year organised by the Cranmore Co-operative Society.

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Using Picasa2, a simple and easy to use editing programme the youths spent time on the computer and learned how to download and then edit their images by straightening, cropping, tuning, correct red eye, use of the various effects, create collages and gift CD’s to give to their family and friends. They also learned how to email photographs and create a screen saver for a computer.

‘Part-financed by the European Union’s Programme for Peace and Reconciliation and the Irish Government under the National Development Plan, and managed for the Special EU Programmes Body by Border Action’

Pictured below: Omagh & Cranmore Groups with local politicians

Photography Exhibition


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