November 5th - A Presentation by Dave of Freaktography!

Please see the link below for a look into Dave's work.....





Kingston Outing October 20th

All the details you need for this fun outing!

You are invited to an exciting and rewarding photography outing to the wonderful city of Kingston, ON. to discover architectural and zombie images.
This outing will take place on October 20, weather permitting.
Comfortable walking shoes should be considered for the walk, never more than 30 min. walking time from the parking lot.
Terry Self will be leading the outing.
If you wish to carpool, meet after 7am at the carpool lot off #401, exit 497 at Percy Street, Colborne, southeast side for departure at 7:30 sharp.
Travelling #401, there will be a brief stop at Onroute Odessa, just before Kingston.
Then travelling to exit #615 onto the Sir John A. MacDonald Blvd. travelling about 3.5km to make a left turn onto Princess Sreet and 
continue following Princess Sreet to the end at Ontario Street about 4km. Turn right onto Ontario and after a few buildings, turn right into the parking lot. 
Washrooms - lower levels at back of city hall and back of visitor centre.
Meet at the Kinston sign next to the visitor centre across from city hall about 9:15am. 
Terry will make a presentation on architectural photography and add more input on the walk. Some time to wander to see and capture your images
of city hall and visitor centre. At 10am, the group will meet again by the Kingston sign and begin to explore the buildings on the side streets. 
Back to the Kingston sign by 11am. Then to proceed up Princess Street to study the buildings, and maybe a place for a noon meal. 
Clergy Street is the destination, about 6 blocks. Along Clergy for some more buildings. Tim’s is on the corner. 
Note that the McBurney Park for the start of the zombies is a few blocks east on Clergy Street at 157 Ordnance Street. 
Time out for a quick lunch, your choices.
At 12:30-1pm, be at McBurney Park to capture the faces and expressions of the make-up artists and the participants as they prepare for the Zombie Walk. 
The Walk starts at 2pm, west on Clergy to Princess, then along Princess.  
Although the outing ends, some time could be spent on a more relaxed meal, getting tourist info, general sightseeing in other areas of the city. Enjoy!
The horde will start gathering in McBurney Park at 1:00 pm, Oct 20 - for photos, makeup touch-ups, costume review, Zombie story exchange, 
and to gather donations to the Kingston Youth Shelter. Then, at 2:00 pm exactly (no delays!), we start down Princess Street, roaring, snarling, and having a great time!
Judging and costume contest will be at City Park and the end of our walk!

December 10th...mark your calendar!

December 10th is the date for our Northumberland Photography Club Christmas dinner at the Woodlawn Inn in Cobourg.

For more information, please use this link:

To make your reservation and pay for your ticket(s), please use the following link:

We're looking forward to a wonderful meal and a great turnout!

Our regular monthly club meeting will be Monday, December 3rd.  We will be enjoying members' 10-photo slideshows along with finger food.  A winning combination!



October 2018 Meeting Reminder


Welcome to October!

We're pleased to have Michael Bons join us as our guest speaker at our October 1st club meeting.

If you would like to see Michael's work, please click on the following link:



September 2018 Meeting Reminder

And So Our 2018 Club Year Begins!

Welcome to our new season. We hope to see you all at our upcoming meeting Monday September 10, 2018 at 7pm - doors open at 6pm (a little early so that you can pick up your new name tags). Donna (Membership Director) would like to remind you to bring your name tag holders please. We are very excited to welcome Robert Fisher as our first speaker.

Robert Fisher is an award-winning photographer, author, street photographer, freelance writer, and filmmaker based in Oshawa, Ontario. He also has a very successful commercial photography business. Here is a link to his website: