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 2nd & 4th Monday of each month, at the Day Centre, Oliver Plunkett Road. (Behind Zip Yard) Letterkenny. For any queries or to check upcoming events please visit our facebook page:



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

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3 weeks ago

Congratulations to our club member Bob Perry on his recent achievements. Delighted for you.

Delighted to hear my photographs and drone shot were used for an article and front cover in IPRA Magazine, delivered to every forecourt in Ireland!
and LYIT just asked permission to use 2 of my photos for this years calendar.. must be doing something right! Looking forward to getting copies in the ... See more

1 month ago
Photos from LKFoto - Letterkenny Photographic Club's post

Thanks to Lee McKinney for a very informative talk last night, Lee in his relaxed manner highlighted the importance of joining a camera club, especially how entering competitions encouraged him to improve his skills and the photographers he met had opened doors for him and these were stepping ... See more

1 month ago

Thanks to Eamon Ponsonby for these images from his very informative practical event with us yesterday.

I had the great honour to give my first practical on oil and water abstract photography thank you to all who came along hope you like the photos and thanks to Chris Kildea and Neil Gibbons for the help.

1 month ago
Photos from LKFoto - Letterkenny Photographic Club's post

The Club wants to thank Eamon Ponsonby for treating us with his first ever super practical session last night. Eamon, assisted by the Neil Gibbons and Chris Kildea, gave a indepth guide on how to set up before demonstrating techniques for shooting abstract using oils, water and straws. It was a ... See more

1 month ago

There is no meeting tonight in the club, don't forget to vote in our competition Portrait. If you haven't already tried out our voting, it is a simple procedure to follow, go to our website Lkfoto.ie and click on Menu, then Themes, scroll down page, click on Portrait, log in, then click on Gallery, ... See more

1 month ago
How to Create Compelling Compositions with Curves

The themed competition for March is Curves. Here's a link for ideas.

Do you want to make your images more dynamic and aesthetically pleasing? Try looking for curves when you are photographing! Once you start looking for them, you will find them everywhere. Curves make an image easy to look at by leading the viewer’s eye through the frame. It is almost as if the ... See more

1 month ago
Large and small

January 2018 entrants and winners of our theme 'Large and small'. Thank you so much to all who entered and voted. We love to see your pictures!
This months theme 'Portraits' is still open, so please submit your photos before the end of the day!

1 month ago
5 Great Portrait Photography Locations You Can Find Right Outside Your Door

There are very few entries in our themed competition Portrait. Have you forgotten to enter? Don't worry, there's still time to upload, the competition closes this Thursday at midnight. Check out the video provided for ideas. https://youtu.be/EvNOF8d3s_Y

Shutterbug photographer Jordan Matter shares 5 helpful tips on how on how to find great locations for portrait photography right in your own neighborhood. Vi...

1 month ago
The Glebe House and Gallery

Hey everyone check this out. Photography accepted too.

Artists wishing to submit work for this year’s Glebe Gallery Open Art Competition should bring their work to the Glebe Gallery, Church Hill, Letterkenny, on the weekends of the 30th and 31st of March and the 6th and 7th of April, between 12.00 and 5.00pm.

There will be no submission on the ... See more

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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 …