Beara Camera Club is the forum for photographers living and working on the Beara peninsula, at the westernmost edge of County Cork in Ireland.

The club welcomes anyone, young or old, who is interested in any aspect of photography—from black-and-white to colour, from beginner to professional, from traditional film to the latest digital, from snapshots to studio, from portraits to landscape to sport to photo-journalism… As long as you are interested in looking at photographs, hearing about them, talking about them, and (probably, but not necessarily) taking them, you’ll be very welcome, whatever your level of knowledge and experience.

Our activities include discussion meetings, field trips, and exhibitions—we mount a monthly window display in Castletownbere library, where every member is able to show photographs on a given theme.


We meet, very informally, at 8.00pm on the second Monday of most months at Twomey’s Bar, Castletownbere (see the News page for the current newsletter with dates and other information). New members are always welcome, and your first meeting is free! Thereafter the subscription is €5 a month.

Chair: Seán Moriarty
Vice-Chair: Jerry Power
Secretary: Denise O’Sullivan
Treasurer: Liam Kinsella
Library Exhibition: Jerry Power and Eileen O’Leary


The joint picture of the month for July 2016. Theme: Candid camera,
1 Candi(e)d Camera, Anne Lucas
2 Cought shootingJohn Lucas

Candi(e)d Camera Caught shooting
Contact us
We are happy to hear from you! Let us know if you are interested in joining us, or if you have any questions or comments about the club or about this website. Also, we can put you in touch with individual photographers if you would like to buy prints of any of the images.