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.

LKFoto Membership
4 months ago
Portraits Theme winners 2019

Winning entrants and winners of our 'Portrait Theme'.
Thank you so much to all who entered and voted. We love to see your pictures!
This months Open theme is currently still active, so please submit your photos before the end of the month.
Voting has 4 days remaining in the 'Night Life' theme, ... See more

4 months ago
LKFoto - Letterkenny Photographic Club

The Night Life themed competition is now open for voting. The theme of the competition currently held on our website Lkfoto.ie for May is Open Category, so that is any photograph that you may consider fitting to enter that may or may not have fitted the criteria of previous themes. Members of the ... See more

4 months ago
Can you spare a few moments to take my survey?

There's no meeting in the evening, our next meeting is on the 13th May. If you have a few moments to spare please check out the survey below. Survey open to non members also.

Please take the survey titled "LKFoto Survey 2019". Your feedback is important!

4 months ago
Can you spare a few moments to take my survey?

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ZJQV3ZP This link is to the survey of the club. Open to all those interested in the club. It should only take two or three minutes to fill and the results are anonymous. It would be great if you could do the survey as soon as possible so we have time to gather the ... See more

Please take the survey titled "LKFoto Survey 2019". Your feedback is important!

4 months ago
Equipment for Nightclub Photography

There's still a few days left to enter our themed competition Night Life. Check out the link provided for tips.

You don’t need fancy, high-end, expensive equipment for nightclub photography. Any decent prosumer level DSLR kit and a flashgun that’s fully compatible with the camera body and supports i-TTL (Nikon) or E-TTL (Canon) modes will do. Since all the photographs will most likely be resized for use ... See more

5 months ago

Happy Easter everyone, hope you get out somewhere with your camera this Easter weekend. Hey don't forget to enter this month's competition Night Life. Very few entries yet. http://lkfoto.ie/index.php/night-life/

5 months ago

Thanks to Brendan Diver for sharing this photo with us from the workshop, which he so generously hosted with Johnny French and Sinead mcGonagle for our club members last weekend.

5 months ago
Photos from LKFoto - Letterkenny Photographic Club's post

This past sunday we were treated to a taste of what Brendan Diver's Photos From Ireland photo tours offers, and what a delight it was! After car pooling at 09:30 in town, we met Brendan at the picturesque Lisnagra Woods, accompanied by the talented models Sinead Mc Gonagle, Johnny French and bird ... See more

5 months ago

There's no meeting in the club tonight, looking forward to seeing more photos from yesterday's workshop with Brendan Diver. Don't forget to enter this month's competition Night Life.

5 months ago

Thanks to Gabriel McNulty for these shots from our workshop earlier today

Great Day out watch out johnny you have competition here

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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 …