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About Us

The Kings Park Photography Club is a friendly group of photo enthusiasts of all levels wishing to improve their skills in a social and educational learning environment.

We are located on the North Shore of Long Island, New York, nestled among many parks, beaches, and wildlife, with stunning landscapes and photo opportunities.

We meet once a month at the Kings Park Library located in Kings Park, NY, but one need not live in Kings Park to belong or participate.

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Mission Statement:
to maintain an informal club, with our focus on learning, having fun with like-minded people, and giving back to the community.

Programs & Activities:

In Field trips throughout the year we visit a variety of venues from the North Shore of Long Island to New York City. 
A monthly Zoom meeting invites participants to discuss and critique their work with peers.

Club members can participate in monthly Theme Contests. Recent themes include "Graffiti", "Flowers", and "Solitary".

Whether you are interested in shooting better, composing better photos, editing or learning a new workflow, you can find friends willing to assist.  The majority of our members use digital equipment and have editing software experience.

Light & Dark, Gears & Wheels
Featured Album -
July  2024
Photographer -   Michael Lanning

Photo Album -  Light & Dark, Gears & Wheels

Photography is a nice distraction from my day job, providing technical support to clients of a software company. When I need to clear my head I take to the road in my BMW convertible, or go out to one of the local beaches and parks and shoot photos. I've also enjoyed participating in some of the camera clubs group shoots.


I use the camera in my cell phone which is the Android Galaxy Z Fold 3 Model. The camera has three built in lenses, a wide, an ultra wide and a telephoto which can magnify up to 30 times with fairly decent output.


This album captures some of my favorite shots, at locations such as the Railroad Museum of Long Island in Riverhead, scenes from the road where we used to live in Sands Point, and some shots around Port Jefferson at one of the camera club’s recent photo shoots.

To create a Photo Album, go to your Profile page, add a new album, and upload your images. Click here for directions: Create Photo Album

About our banner...
Our banner image was taken from the Kings Park Bluff, where the Nissequogue River 
empties into the Long Island Sound.  Our members often meet and photograph the beautiful sunsets here (and sunrises for the early risers!)  We consider The Bluff as a symbol of Kings Park, and consequently as a symbol of our club.

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Club Benefits

  1. Share your photos
  2. Presentations and guest speakers
  3. On-Location Photo Shoots
  4. Monthly "Theme Contests"
  5. Mentoring Program
  6. Technical Support
  7. Cellphones Welcome
  8. Facebook Group Page
  9. Instagram Page
  10. Affordable Dues ($25/yr)