Street photographer Arthur Fields was a familiar face to all in Dublin for about fifty years as he regularly stood on O'Connell street bridge taking pictures of passersby. Fields did this from as far back as the 1930s all the way up to the 1980s, capturing priceless moments for many - it's thought that he took about 180,000 photos in his lifetime. This documentary takes a closer look at the man behind the camera and talks to some of the people whose pictures he took all those years ago.