This week, 13th September, is the hand-in for our first monthly competition. The theme is Biodiversity – Flora & Fauna of Kilkenny, People of Kilkenny and Landscapes/Cityscapes of Kilkenny. It’s a print competition and prints should be mounted 20″x16″. Members may enter 3 prints if they wish for this competition. For other competitions you may enter just 2 prints or files.
We will also have a portrait night so bring your camera and props along to the meeting.
October’s competition is “OPEN” projected and the closing date is 21st October. You will get instructions on where to upload or send your files later on.
The Permajet PRINT ACADEMY IRELAND in association with Barker Photographic Equipment & Supplies are hosting a Digital Printing Workshop by Michael O’Sullivan FIAP (former president of IPF) in 2 venues in Ireland – Cork in October and Dublin in November.
More details here: https://www.permajet.com/Products/ireland_academy
For the first time ever, the PermaJet Print Academy is coming to Ireland in association with Barker Photographic.
First established at PermaJet’s premises in Stratford-upon-Avon, the renowned training school has taught hundreds of photographers how to bring their images to life through the art of print around the UK.
Now you can join esteemed PermaJet Lecturer, Michael O’Sullivan, in multiple locations in Ireland. Michael is the Former Chairman and founder of Cork International Salon of Photography, past president of the Irish Photographic Federation, and is a very experienced photographer in both the amateur and professional arenas, having had his work published internationally.
This is a fantastic opportunity to learn about printing from one of Ireland’s most respected and well known photographers and fine art printers.
This week at the KPS is Members Night – a chance for club members to show what they are doing. Bring your images (jpegs) in on a USB stick. You can show them anonymously or talk about them and also if you like – ask for some advice or constructive critique.
Also below is some information on a workshop which might be of use to members interested in obtaining an IPF Distinction in the future.
The Drogheda Photographic Club will be running a Distinctions Workshop in Millmount Square, Drogheda on Saturday, 24th February 2018. The workshop starts at 10 am and finishes at 5pm with a lunch break from 1pm to 2pm. Three members of the IPF distinction’s assessing panel will be present to give advice on panels at all levels, Licentiate, Associate and Fellowship levels. Photographers attending for advice should bring along their proposed selected prints-10 for LIPF, 15 for AIPF and 20 for FIPF. Participants should also bring along some spare prints to be used if required. Digital images will not be looked at. Cost for participants with panel is €50, observers without panel €30.
Booking contact Chris Costello : email@example.com Phone : 086 3812460
Kilkenny Photographic Society will host a workshop on post processing with Barry Walsh LIPF, AFIAP from the Wexford Camera Club. Barry’s area of interest is seascapes and architectural photography. He recently visited the club to judge the “Architecture” themed competition and was very generous in sharing some post processing tips and techniques. He will cover beginner and intermediate level processing both in Lightroom CC and Photoshop CC.
The workshop will take place in the Berkeley Room, Pembroke Hotel on Saturday, 4th November from 09.30 to 13.00. The cost is €20. If you’re interested please contact Derville Conroy to book or get further details – firstname.lastname@example.org
You will need to bring your own laptop with Lightroom CC and Photoshop CC
This week at Kilkenny Photographic Society we will have a tabletop workshop presented by Derville Conroy. The workshop will contain three sections:
2. Water-drops with RainX
3. Water and oils.
Please bring a tripod and either a macro lens or a close up lens.
Studio lights will also be available if members wish to do some portrait sessions or still life setups. Don’t forget to bring some props!
Kilkenny Photographic Society would also like to arrange at the start of the meeting for members to gather outside in the courtyard of the Pembroke Hotel for a members group shot.