Category: News

Agnes Fegan Wins November Work Share “Competition,” POINT OF VIEW

It all depends on your point of view…” A common saying we’ve all heard.  The winning photo by Agnes Fegan for November is a sterling example. Take an ordinary scene in any home:  Fall season decorations placed on a table in front of curtains lit by the waning light of late afternoon.  You could find this, or a […]

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KP Photo Club Monthly Meeting Tonight is CANCELLED.

Our meeting tonight is cancelled due to hazardous driving conditions and the early closing of the Smithtown Library system. Our next meeting will be the Holidays meeting on Thursday December 6, 2018, 7 PM at Old Street Pub, Smithtown. Also, our Work Share meeting scheduled for Monday is still on.  Details to follow tomorrow. Stay […]

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Liz Milward Wins October Work Share “Competition:” AUTUMN LEAVES

Congratulations Liz for winning this month’s “competition” with this outstanding autumn photograph! It is timeless and creative.  We have all witnessed an autumn day like this one.  The clear blue sky; placid water reflecting sky; the mix of leaf colors as nature transitions from summer growth to winter dormancy (and reflected in the water to […]

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Free Veterans Portrait Donation Shoot to be Rescheduled for Spring 2019

Unfortunately, we had to postpone our Free Veterans Portrait Donation Shoot that was scheduled for Saturday October 27th due to the high winds heavy rain on that day.  As luck would have it, we were unable to reschedule for early November, before the holiday season. We will do the shoot next Spring and notify all […]

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Veterans Free Photo Shoot is Cancelled for Tomorrow and Will be Rescheduled .

Unfortunately, we need to reschedule our Veterans Free Photo Shoot that was set for tomorrow, Saturday 10/27/2018 at the American Legion Hall. The combination of heavy rains and high winds makes it unsafe for many folks to drive, as well as potentially damaging our equipment during transport.  And as luck would have it, one of our […]

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Linda Johnson Captures September Work Share “Competition” IN LOVE WITH…

  Linda Johnson wins the September Work Share “competition” with this great shot taken at the Renaissance Faire in Tuxedo, New York. Definitely a fine example of nailing the decisive moment, the photo literally captures the loving gestures and body language of this couple.  It is an arresting shot, made even more so by the […]

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KP Photo Club to Do First Veterans Free Portrait Donation on October 27, 2018 in Kings Park

The Kings Park Photo Club will provide a free 8 X 10 inch photo print and social media image to US Armed Forces veterans and active military members as a way to give back to those who have served, or are serving, our country. This portrait donation is limited to the first 25 veterans applying […]

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Dorothy Chanin and Gerta Polgardy Tie in August Work Share “Competition,” HOT WEATHER SCENES

      Congrats to Dorothy and Gerta as, once again, we have a tie for the August “competition,” and two co-winners this month. Dorothy’s photo, “Jesse’s Girl Jump,” is an awesome action photo at last month’s summer concert hosted by the Kings Park Chamber of Commerce.  The concert’s main event, “Jessie’s Girl Band,” put […]

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Liz Milward Wins HISTORICAL Work Share “Competition” for July 2018

  Congrats to Liz Milward, winner of this month’s Work Share “Competition” HISTORICAL! This was an exceptional month with some very strong photos entered into our contest.  There was also an unprecedented amount of engagement with several members commenting on the photos submitted.  As you might suspect, this photo generated a lot of that engagement. […]

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Dorothy Chanin and Larry Kelly Tie in “MAKES YOU LAUGH” Work Share “Competition” for June 2018

  Congrats to Dorothy and Larry this month for a first ever tie in our work share “competitions.” Dorothy’s photo resonates with anyone who has owned a pet.  The unpredictable humorous moments can make you burst our laughing.  I’m sure that was the case here for Dorothy.  I know I did when I first viewed […]

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