Welcome

LKFoto

Are you interested in Photography and living in or around Letterkenny ? If so then LK Foto the Letterkenny Photographic Club is the place to meet and share your interest with like-minded photographers. The club is open to photographers of all levels.

We meet every other 2nd & 4th Thurday of each month, at the The Regional Cultural Centre (RCC), Letterkenny at 7pm – 9pm. (The building directly behind the An Grianán Theatre). For any queries or to check upcoming events please visit our facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/letterkenny.foto/

Members

Membership of LKFoto is €40 per year. This covers the cost of room rental and guest fees. Please click below to pay.

LKFoto Membership
2 days ago
How to Process a Black and White Landscape Photo Using Lightroom

Another few tips for our themed competition Black & White. Don't forget to enter. https://digital-photography-school.com/black-white-landscape-photo-lightroom/?amp

Follow along Andrew Gibson's full workflow for how to convert a color landscape image into a black and white using Lightroom.

1 week ago
Black and white photography tips for beginners — A Year With My Camera

Hi everyone the Landscape themed competition is now open for voting. The theme for December is Black & White. Check out the link provided for tips on how to convert your image to black & white. If anyone wants to enter our competitions, please message the page for details on how to sign up ... See more

Critical advice for beginners venturing into the world of black and white photography.

2 weeks ago
Ten Tips To MASSIVELY Improve Your Landscape Photography

Hi everyone, there is still very few entries in the Landscape Themed Competition, don’t forget to enter, competition closes midnight Saturday 30th. Check out the link provided for tips https://www.irelandbeforeyoudie.com/ten-tips-to-massively-improve-your-landscape-photography/

Ireland has a glorious landscape, from the Burren to the Wicklow Mountains and from The Giant's Causeway to the windswept beaches of Kerry, our beautiful scenery is simply crying out to be photographed. In this feature,

2 weeks ago
Bried

Thanks to Bried Sweeney for these images from our photo walkabout

Light Trails - Out with LKFoto Club. Thanks to Chris Kildea and Eamon Ponsonby for organising.

3 weeks ago
Seamas

Thanks to Seamas Farrell for these images from last night's photo walkabout

First attempt at nightscapes>Big thanks to Chris Kildea for tips and also to Eamon Ponsonby for organising.

3 weeks ago
Eamon

Thanks to Eamon Ponsonby for these images from our photo walkabout last night and for organising this event. An enjoyable evening had by all who attended.

Good evenings fun with the good people of lkfoto

3 weeks ago
Smyth Vet Services

Be a part of our 2020 Calendar, Enter our photo competition, be in with a chance to win a tablet computer or €50 voucher for Pc World. T's & C's Apply.

3 weeks ago
Smyth Vet Services

Be a part of our 2020 Calendar, Enter our photo competition, be in with a chance to win a tablet computer or €50 voucher for Pc World. T's & C's Apply.

3 weeks ago
Understanding Shutter Speed

How Does Shutter Speed Work? We looked at aperture last article, in this one we’re going to look at how shutter speed affects your image. Think of the shutter as a curtain that opens and closes to let light hit your camera's sensor.

1 month ago
LKFoto - Letterkenny Photographic Club's cover photo

And shall these mute stones, 1st Place winner, congratulations Martin Critchley!

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An Evening With Pawel Zygmunt – Breaking Light Photography.

We had a great night with our guest Pawel Zygmunt tonight. A large crowd turn out to see some of his amazing Landscape photography. Pawel travelled from Dublin to visit with us and described Donegal as the real ‘King’ when it came to his favourite place to photograph. Looking at his work, we didn’t disagree, …

Movement Theme Results

The winner of April’s “Movement” theme, featured above, is Martin Homer’s “This way, No this way.”, scoring a well deserved 83 points in the Novice category. The winner from the Intermediate category is Mary Law’s “Early Surf”, with 77 points. The winner from the Advanced category is Ciaran Cunningham’s “Startrails over the Swilly” with 82 …