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These photos capture people totally unaware on Dublin's streets

Greg Matthews is holding his first an exhibition after winning Irish Street Photographer of the Year.

RETIRED DUBLIN FIREFIGHTER turned photographer, Greg Matthews, has spent many hours on Dublin’s streets photographing people who are completely unaware they are being snapped.

Matthews was recently awarded Irish Street Photographer of the Year. He says: “Although it’s a hobby, I’m totally passionate about it.

I just love to take photos of people, especially as they go about their daily lives throughout Dublin. For me, it’s just all about capturing that moment.

These photos capture people totally unaware on Dublin's streets
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The Palmerstown man took up photography less than five years ago and is now holding an exhibition after winning Irish Street Photographer of the Year.

His black and white street images will be on display in Filmbase in Curved street Temple Bar, from June 3-8.

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