This week in the club

show their panels from the recent distinctions sitting in Mullingar. We will also be showing the club’s black & white and colour panels from the recent National Club Championships also held in Mullingar. Our results were as follows

The Colour Panel got joint 6th place

The Monochrome Panel  9th place

The overall standing of the Kilkenny Photographic Society is 7th place out of 24 Clubs.

Well Done to Catchlight Camera Club who were the overall winners for the second year in a row.

8 Day Kenya Photography Safari

Pascal Lee of Blarney Photgraphic Club is running a trip to Kenya in September to photograph wildlife and the local people.The trip is restricted to 10 we have members from Blarney, Cobh and the Blackwater clubs travelling.We have two places left and Pascal wants to know if any member of Kilkenny Photographic Society is interested in going. If interestedyou can contact Pascal at  0860637093.The trips isf from the 10th to 18th September and the cost is €1850 flights included. Please visit our website for the full itenerary.

Evening Trip to Kells Priory and Mill.

This week at the club is an outdoor trip. Could those intending to travel meet up in Woodie’s car park to leave at 6.30pm for Kell’s Priory and Mill. The light should be good until 8.30pm and remember to capture a few images for the Bio Diversity project. Also remember the closing date for the last competition of the year “Dystopia”(projected) closes on Sunday 13th May.
See you there on Thursday evening.

An Taisce – Biodiversity Walks

To celebrate biodiversity week in May, An Taisce will celebrate wildlife in rural north Kilkenny with two walks that focus on Woodlands and Hedgerows.

Jenkinstown Wood: Thursday, May 17th 6.30 p.m.

Hedgerows at Mothel Lane: Saturday May 19th 11 a.m.

Check our website for more details.

This week at the club

This Thursday Julie Corcoran AIPF from Breffni Camera Club will be our guest speaker. Julie will be showing us images from her Dreamscapes panel and other projected images.

The winners of the Transition Year Photography Competition are on display for the next few days in the Book Centre window.

Don’t forget that the closing date for the “DYSTOPIA” competition is Sunday, 13th May. Make sure your entries are properly sized. Check out members area if you are unsure of how to do this. Also have your entries in on time. The deadline is midnight on the 13th.

This week in the club

This week in the club

show their panels from the recent distinctions sitting in Mullingar. We will also be showing the club’s black & white and colour panels from the recent National Club Championships also held in Mullingar. Our results were as follows

The Colour Panel got joint 6th place

The Monochrome Panel  9th place

The overall standing of the Kilkenny Photographic Society is 7th place out of 24 Clubs.

Well Done to Catchlight Camera Club who were the overall winners for the second year in a row.

8 Day Kenya Photography Safari

Pascal Lee of Blarney Photgraphic Club is running a trip to Kenya in September to photograph wildlife and the local people.The trip is restricted to 10 we have members from Blarney, Cobh and the Blackwater clubs travelling.We have two places left and Pascal wants to know if any member of Kilkenny Photographic Society is interested in going. If interestedyou can contact Pascal at  0860637093.The trips isf from the 10th to 18th September and the cost is €1850 flights included. Please visit our website for the full itenerary.

Evening Trip to Kells Priory and Mill.

Evening Trip to Kells Priory and Mill.

This week at the club is an outdoor trip. Could those intending to travel meet up in Woodie’s car park to leave at 6.30pm for Kell’s Priory and Mill. The light should be good until 8.30pm and remember to capture a few images for the Bio Diversity project. Also remember the closing date for the last competition of the year “Dystopia”(projected) closes on Sunday 13th May.
See you there on Thursday evening.

This week at the club

This week at the club

This Thursday Julie Corcoran AIPF from Breffni Camera Club will be our guest speaker. Julie will be showing us images from her Dreamscapes panel and other projected images.

The winners of the Transition Year Photography Competition are on display for the next few days in the Book Centre window.

Don’t forget that the closing date for the “DYSTOPIA” competition is Sunday, 13th May. Make sure your entries are properly sized. Check out members area if you are unsure of how to do this. Also have your entries in on time. The deadline is midnight on the 13th.

Proposed Weekend Trip to the Burren

Proposed Weekend Trip to the Burren

Some members of KPS are investigating a weekend trip in June to the Burren area in Co. Clare. The accommodation will be in local hostels so the weekend will depend on availability. The trip will involve overnight stays on the Friday and Saturday of the chosen weekend. I have attached links to the hostels and to places of interest in the area. Accommodation can be single, twin or group rooms. If the trip goes ahead all costs will have to be paid upfront with no refunds.

Everything is still up for discussion so if you’re interested in a weekend away in June please let club member, Stasia, know. You can contact her by email (onlineaddy123@gmail.com) or at the club next Thursday night. In order to book accommodation for June a final decision of numbers travelling will have to be made this week.

Awards Night – TY Photography Competition

Awards Night – TY Photography Competition

This Thursday night the club will hold the Transition Year Photography Competition Awards Night in the Springhill Court Hotel at 7.30pm. Now in its 8th year the winners of this year’s competition will be announced on the night. Ten schools entered over 130 photos for the competition which was judged by Emmanuelle Galisson and Terry Conroy of Portlaoise Camera Club.

The main prizes were sponsored by Canon Ireland, White’s Photo Centre and Kilkenny Photographic Society. The best 3 photos from each school and the top 4 overall will be on display on the night. Both judges will be present to give feedback to the students.

We will hold a raffle on the night and thanks to our other sponsors: Hennessy Sports, The Book Centre, The Office Centre, Paul Campion Framing and Amanda Burke Photography.

We hope to see you there to lend your support to the students and schools involved.

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