Join us for the Annual Juried Exhibition starting Thursday, April 4ththrough Saturday, April 27th. There will be an opening reception with refreshments on Sunday, April 7th, 1-4 pm - please invite your friends and family.
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Excited for spring? Here is a list of waterfalls in the area to photograph. Chisholm Mills Buttermilk Falls Millhaven Falls Babcock Mill, Odessa Newburg Falls Kingston Mills Jones Falls Napanee Falls Brewer’s Mills Yarker Falls Petworth/Colebrook Falls Moulton Gorge Falls (Frontenac Park) Corduke’s Road Falls (private) Campbell Road Falls Scott’s Mills (Milford) Jackson Mills Falls (PEC) Vesey Point Falls (PEC) Lake on the
Dancers in Sydenham Meeting Point:Heather and Ed’s House in Sydenham Meeting Time:9:00 a.m. Rain Date:Sunday June 16thor 23rd Photography Time: 9:00ish – 11:30ish For those who are interested, lunch will follow at the Point Restaurant in Sydenham. Fee:In order to give the dancers an honorarium for their time, there will be a fee of $5 per person. Personal Challenge: For those attending the Dance Fitazzet Outing last year, try to capture 5 images that are
Meeting Point: Toys R Us Meeting Time: 7:00 Maximum Number of People: 24 to be signed up on a “First Come, First Served” basis. Cost: TBA Agenda to Include: Parliament Hill Tulips at Dow’s Lake and Queen Elizabeth Drive Byward Market Possibly - The Rockeries Anyone knowing of a good restaurant where we (24 of us) can eat dinner, please let me know so that I can make a reservation. Personal Challenge: You might try to achieve 5 images in 5 different
Photography of Architecture in Perth (In Black and White) Meeting Point: Perth Road Public School off of Perth Road (which is also Division Street in Kingston) Meeting Time: 8:30 a.m. Rain Date: Sunday April 7th Photography Time: 9:30ish – 11:30ish People have the option of walking together through the downtown area or going off on their own. Please feel free to take and retain images in colour, but, send in your 5 best images in black and white. Anyone knowing of a good
Last Saturday morning January 12th, about 10 KPC members stepped out of their warm cars into the FREEZING cold. They were the 8:00 a.m. diehards ready for a morning of photography at Lemoine's Point. Fortunately, the day was beautiful – blue sky and fluffy white clouds – an incredible background for shooting! The hope was to capture nature shots - birds (Bluejays, Chickadees, Nuthatches, Woodpeckers etc. ) and animals (squirrels, chipmunks, deer etc.), however, they were few and far between
Heading out to photograph winter with your digital SLR? Canadians are good at having layers of clothing to keep themselves warm - Protect your camera from the cold with these 10 essential DSLR tips… Digital SLRs don’t need regular maintenance. A professional camera that takes thousands of shots a week might benefit from annual servicing, but generally speaking, you can expect to use your camera until it drops. The usual cause of failure is not a mechanical fault but a dead