Following on from last week’s showcase of photography taken during the MoJoCon ‘Mobile Journalism’ conference in Dublin, this week we showcase a selection of images taken during the ‘MoJoCon on the Street’ photowalk. The walk took place on the second day of the conference and was led by Hong Kong based photographer, Michael Kistler and Ireland’s very own, Brendan Ó Sé.

The photowalk had a good turn out of enthusiast mobile shooters of varying levels of experience. I found the whole experience to be an extremely energising one. It was great to see how different people approached their photography and how everyone viewed pretty much the same subject matter in totally different ways. The experience has re-ignited my enthusiasm to get out there more often to develop my own photography. It is something that I feel has fallen by the wayside during recent times as life, the website, the magazine and family take over and result in burn out.

To see more images taken during the photowalk check out the hashtag #mojoconinthestreet

All lined up with everywhere to go

‘All lined up with everywhere to go’ by Michael Kistler

Walking in the shadows

Photo by Andy Butler

‘Walking in the shadows’ by Andy Butler

Jack Caffrey

Photo by Brendan O Se

‘Jack Caffrey’ by Brendan O Se

Selfie

Photo by Sue Llewellyn

‘Selfie’ by Sue Llewellyn

Untitled

Photo by Shadirahimi07

‘Untitled’ by Shadirahimi07

Untitled

Photo by Claire Bryne

‘Untitled’ by Claire Bryne

Shadi

Photo by Jack Caffrey

‘Shadi’ by Jack Caffrey

Untitled

Photo by Harry Guinness

‘Untitled’ by Harry Guinness

Windy but Happy!

Photo by Nick Sheridan

‘Windy but happy’ by Nick Sheridan

The Marker’s Window

Photo by Alison Gow

‘The Marker’s Window’ by Alison Gow

Which was your favourite?

Do you have a favourite from this weeks showcase? Let us know your thoughts on the featured photos in the comments below.

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