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Meeting: Monday October 16 – Print Critique Night


If you would like friendly feedback on your photography, bring one or two (maximum) prints (not digital images) to the session. Keep your costs low: small print size (eg. 8x10 inches), no overmatting and inexpensive printing (eg. Costco, Camera K, Staples). Please attach prints to stiff cardstock for ease in handling. Please attend this meeting whether or not you are bringing a print - it's all about constructive peer feedback. Location:  Mackintosh-Corry Hall D204 There is ample

Outing: Pumpkin Inferno at Upper Canada Village


Meeting at 4:00 pm. at the Montreal St. and 401 Park and Ride for carpooling (2 hour trip) (Costs & Carpooling sharing) 1.) Ordering your ticket for Pumpkininferno (October 21st) and/or Alight at Night (December 9th)  at Upper Canada Village We did not have the numbers to qualify for the group rate. So prices are as follows:  Should you want to go to both    $30.50 ($27.00 + tax) Should you want to go to one      $18.00 ($15.00 + tax) Should you want to go to one and you are

How to Shoot Night Landscapes


Most photographers tend to undertake their landscape assignments in the daylight hours, and the hours immediately prior to and after sunrise and sunset are often held up as the best time to get interesting light. However, more adventurous photographers will also find that many landscapes work just as well in the dark of night. Photographing images at night by shining a torch ('flashlight') at your chosen subject using the technique known as ‘painting with light’ is actually a relatively simple

Meeting – October 2, 2017 with Speaker Phil Sun


Join us Monday October 2nd at the Walter Light Hall Auditorium for speaker Phil Sun as he shares with us his knowledge on how to make an image "pop" in his presentation "How To Give Impact to Landscape, Nature and Action Photography". Some information about Phil Sun. Phil Sun used to belong to three camera clubs in the GTA - The Toronto Camera Club, The Photographic Guild of Toronto (now called Toronto Digital Photo Club), and The Chinese Canadian Photographic Society which he is a current

CAPA Evaluation Course


Are you interested in learning how to evaluate and score photographic images or how to make a better image? CAPA is pleased to provide our comprehensive and renowned course that teaches you how to look at and understand an image, comment on its strengths and opportunities, and correctly score it at Club and CAPA competitions. This full day course will make you a better photographer and includes a copy of the 125-page CAPA Judges Manual. You will quickly learn how to; Identify The

A Little more on Composition


The Ubiquitous - and Much Derided - Rule of Thirds It's been the favourite 'rule' of camera clubs since photographs started to imitate 'art'. Imagine that your image is divided into nine equal segments by two vertical and two horizontal lines. Try to position the most important elements in your scene along these lines, or at the points where they intersect. Doing so will add balance and interest to your photo. Will they look old-fashioned and appear to have been set up in some way? Yes, very

Composition – The Very First Rules


Before I took my first photographs on my own camera (a Coronet 44, I think), at the age of 12, I hadn’t ever considered or learned about composition. I thought it only had something to do with painting.... and it was certainly something our Art teacher kept rattling on about. I disregarded composition entirely. Then there came a point where I began intuitively arranging my subject into what seemed 'better balanced' places. There again, I had no idea about shutter speeds and apertures – and I'm

Good Composition is a Key Element of Good Photographs


Good Composition is a key element of good photographs yet is something that is hard to define. Instead of looking at composition as a set of ‘rules’ to follow – view it as a set of ingredients that can be used to make a great ‘meal’ (photograph). Alternatively, think of it as a set of ‘tools’ for the construction of a great image. The key is to remember that in the same way as a chef rarely uses all the ingredients at their disposal in any dish – a photographer rarely uses all of the

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The members of the Kingston Photographic Club, of Ontario, meet twice-monthly or more, September to May. The membership broaden their photographic interest from the knowledge of speakers, competition judges, our meetings, other members and this website.

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