2018 Kingston Photo Club Awards Dinner


A great night for the Kingston Photographic Club! Thank you to everyone who joined us in celebrating our 50th anniversary. KINGSTON PHOTOGRAPHIC CLUB AWARDS 2017-2018     Vern Napier Camera’s Award –Pictorial Photographer of the Year  1st        Tanya Elson 2nd           Judie Goldie 3rd        Clive Elson 3rd       Mary Ann Wamboldt Dorothy Benson Trophy – Nature Photographer of the Year

Top Ten Tips for Portraits


  Natural light Natural or available light can produce beautiful and flattering portraits, and many photographers prefer its subtlety to flash light. However, there’s an art to controlling it so you get the best results. Try and avoid direct sunlight, because it can create hard and ugly shadows on faces. Working in areas of open

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

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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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