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Photography in Cold Weather

Sometimes some of the most striking pictures are those taken in the dead of winter. There’s something beautiful and serene about a blanket of snow lying over everything. We live in a part of Canada that is known for extreme amounts of snow and temperatures that are accompanied by the terms “Arctic cold snap” on a regular basis so we have the opportunity to take photos under these conditions regularly. If you’ve been bitten by the photography bug and haven’t yet done much winter

Photographing on those Grey Days

It’s winter in Ontario. If it's sunny the light is very bright, it brings out the colours. But it's cold..... if your battery doesn't go flat, your fingers drop off. Or it's a Grey Day.... warmer, but the light doesn't look so good.... at first thought. On top of that, the days are pretty short with the winter solstice only weeks behind us. Once in a while we get a nice sunset when that hot ball of gas is kind enough to break beneath the clouds when they aren’t looking, not to be seen for

Pushing the Creative Envelope

As photographers, we all hit creative walls. We work to improve our skills, and we learn new things, and then it seems we grind to a halt. Maybe our images start looking dull to us, like they are missing something. Sometimes we over-complicate problems, searching for some magical trick out there that will give us the creative perspective we are looking for. Instead, here is a collection of tips, in no particular order, that you can go out and try today to improve your photography and creative

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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.

Kingston, Ontario