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, with some beautiful shots from Malin Head to Port.
There were plenty of fantastic locations, an inspiration to all our inspiring landscape photographers.
Thanks again Pawel, we look forward to seeing you back in Donegal again soon.
We are excited to announce we will have Pawel Zygmunt of Breaking Light Pictures as our guest speaker .
Pawel is a Polish born landscape photographer living in Ireland for the last 13 years and has been into landscape photography for the last 3 and half years
Although a modest photographer who says himself there is still so much to learn, he was awarded by Irish Photographic Federation with a Licentiateship Distinction for his landscape panel in September of this year
He came second in the prestigious Irish Light Festival Competition in October
His work has been featured in Landscape Photography Magazine as well as having images used in different forms of media etc throughout Ireland, UK & rest of the world
Check out the link provided for some of Pawel’s stunning work
Successful Distinctions – September 2017
Photo of the Month • Win a Gold Membership
Thanks to Pawel Zygmunt for the use of his photo “The Cave” for our cover event.
Please note there will be a €5 euro collection on the night to go towards a nominal fee for our guest which includes tea and coffee
This event is open to anyone interested in photography and those considering joining the club are always welcome to come along so whether you are a new comer or a visitor please feel free to drop in
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 points.
All entries can be viewed on Picturk here:
Last month’s abstract theme had two winners – from the Intermediate and Advanced categories. The winner of the advanced category, featured above, is Chris Kildea’s ‘Smoke Art’, with 80 points.
The winner of the intermediate category, also with 80 points, is Mary Law’s ‘Beach Trees’.
The winner of the novice category with 76 points is Liam McLaughlin’s ‘Whins’.
All entries can be viewed on picturk, here:
The winner of February’s ‘Places’ theme was Ian Bowcott with 79 points for “The Dark Hedges”, featured above, from the Advanced category.
The winner of the Intermediate category was Donagh McMorrow’s “Ards Forest” with 78 points.
The winner of the Novice category was Mary Donaghey’s “Place of Prayer” with 76 points.
All entries can be viewed on picturk here:
The winner of the People theme, featured above, is Declan Devlin with ‘Catchlights and Starlights’ – coming first in the Advanced category with 79 points.
The winner in the Novice category is Martin Homer with ‘I love My Big Sister’, with 78 points.
The winner in the Intermediate category is Donagh McMorrow with ‘The Garden View’, with 75 points.
All entries can be seen on the club’s Picturk site, here: http://lkfoto.picturk.com/competitions/576?stream=Intermediate
This month’s theme is Places, and runs until the end of the month.
December’s Macro theme resulted in two entries, from the Intermediate and Advanced categories, being tied for 1st place overall.
Featured above is Margaret Cunningham’s “Bubbles”, from the Intermediate category, which scored 77 points.
Also with 77 points is Chris Kildea’s “Dandelion”, in the Advanced category.
The winner from the Novice category is Eamon Ponsonby’s “Aloe Drop”, with 75 points.
Congratulations to all winners, and thanks to everyone who entered! All entries can be seen on Picturk here:
This month’s theme is Poeple. Happy shooting!
Last months theme ended up with two pictures tied for first place. From the advanced category, featured above, is Chris Kildea’s ‘Wrecked’, with 79 points.
Also with 79 points in the Intermediate category is Margaret Cunningham’s ‘Glasnevin’.
The winner of the Novice category, with a score of 72 is Keith Homer’s ‘In a Pensive Mood’.
All images can be viewed on Picturk at this link:
The theme over Christmas is Macro. For some tips on macro photography, follow this link:
Top 12 Macro Photography Tips
The next club meeting is Monday 12th January at 7pm, with the results of this month’s theme. See you there!
The results of the Nature Theme are in! The overall winner is a tie between the Novice and Intermediate categories:
Featured above is Mary Law’s “Autumn Leaf and Shadow”, from the Intermediate category, with 79 points.
The winner in the Novice category was Emma Wallace with “Paw Prints”, also with 79 points.
The winner in the Advanced category was Chris Kildea’s “Flower”, with 77 points.
All entries can be seen on Picturk here:
The next club meetings are Monday 24th November and Monday 8th December. See you there!
The club is back from the summer break, and the results of the summer ‘Open’ theme are in!
The winner, featured above, is Ronan Clarke in the Intermediate category with 81 points for ‘Dún Lúiche’.
The winner of the Novice category is Donagh McMorrow with 78 points for ‘Rainbow’, and the winner of the Advanced category is Chris Kildea with 80 points for ‘Insect’.
All entries are on Picturk, viewable here:
This month’s theme is Nature, and runs until the end of the month.