About Us

BlomidonGrantThe Kings County Photography Club welcomes photographers of all skill levels. We meet in the first Wednesday of every month, excluding July and August. While our meetings have returned to an in-person format, we encourage the use of masks at indoor meetings, and future meetings may return to Zoom depending on the state of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The goal of our club is to offer meetings and outings that are educational and interesting. We encourage members to develop their skills, whether they are learning the basics or a seasoned hobbyist honing their craft.

Each meeting typically includes a featured speaker (45-60 minutes) who may be a professional from the photographic community or one of our very own members who has specialized skills in a particular topic, such as bird photography or photo editing. Members also share their experiences and skills with short 5-10 minute “showcase” slideshows or by offering their own shorter 15-20 minute presentations.

Each month, we also challenge members to take new photos that follow a theme, such as “new beginnings”, “shadows”, or “celebrations”. These assignments are meant to encourage members’ creativity and to give everyone a starting point to practice their skills.

Finally, organized club outings (typically 6-10 per year) provide an opportunity to apply newfound skills and also interact and learn from other members. For more information, please visit our Facebook page, our members-only Facebook group, contact us at kings.photography.club@gmail.com, or join us for a meeting!

Bylaws and Executive Duties

KCPC Bylaws – December 2017 (Word document)

KCPC Executive Duties (PDF)

2022 Club Executive

President: Interim president TBD
Secretary: Harold Schofield
Treasurer: Helen Stokes
Activities Coordinator: Sarah Foote
Membership Coordinator: Grant Lohnes

We regret the passing of Captain George Anderson, our 2022 President. George was a friendly and enthusiastic member of the club who served the Club Executive admirably for many years. 

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