KCPS Exhibition Formally Opened

Our new exhibition “Through the Photographer’s Eye” was formally opened last evening.

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About forty members and guests were present – here’s just some of them enjoying the occasion and viewing the photographs.

Exhibition Overview

We were honoured to have KCDC Mayor K Gurunathan present, and formally open the exhibition.

Mayor Guru and Carol Molineux

Mayor Guru in discussion with Carol Molineux about her NZ Dotterel Chick photo

Mayor Guru Declaring Exhibition Open

The Mayor declaring the exhibition open

Our President, Alison Viskovic, has done a tremendous amount of work leading and organising the exhibition, and was warmly thanked for everything she has done.

Alison Viskovic Speaking

Alison speaking at the formal opening

The exhibition will continue until 5 October, at the Paraparaumu Library in Iver Trask Place off Rimu Road. Come along and see it! Opening hours are:

  • 9am to 5pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
  • 9am to 7:30pm, Thursday and Friday
  • 10am to 4pm, Saturday
  • 10am to 2pm, Sunday

KCPS is grateful to the Kapiti Coast District Creative Communities Scheme for support for our exhibition, and to all members who contributed images and time to make the exhibition a success.

 

 

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Canon Online Success for KCPS Members

Continuing a good year for KCPS members in national competitions,  Shona Jaray APSNZ and Caroline Ludford LPSNZ LRPS have both had images placed in the top 10 in Round 4 of the Canon Online 2018 competition.

The images and the comments of judge Bruce Girdwood FPSNZ are online here on the PSNZ site..

Winter 2018 Salon Results Gallery

The gallery of the Winter 2018 Salon entries that were awarded Highly Commended or Honours has been published. You can find the link to it here. Alternatively, select the Galleries menu from the top of the page and navigate to the page from there.

Seen better days

“Seen better days” – Honours, Advanced Print – ©Shona Jaray

Regional Print Battle – KCPS Win Second Place

The club had great success at this year’s Wellington Regional interclub print battle, hosted by Wellington Photographic Society on 23rd August. This competition is a friendly between all six photography clubs in the Wellington region.

Leading for most of the evening, KCPS were just pipped into second place right at the end by the Hutt club. The full results table is:

Subject Hutt KCPS KCC Karori WPS J’ville
Seen on the street 6 2 3 4 1 5
Hats 3 1 2 4 5 6
Flowing Water 1 6 4 5 2 3
Curves 5 1 6 2 4 3
A Closer Look at Things 1 3 5 6 4 2
Minimal 1 4 3 2 6 5
Standing Out 5 3 1 2 4 6
Frame within a Frame 2 3 5 1 6 4
On the Move 2 6 1 5 4 3
Waiting 2 1 3 4 5 6
Totals 28 30 33 35 41 43
Placing 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th

The images entered by the club were:

Closer Look - Alison Viskovic

A Closer Look at Things – Alison Viskovic

AV Hats

Hats – Alison Viskovic

Flowing Water - Carol Molineux

Flowing Water – Carol Molineux

Minimal - Carol Molineux

Minimal – Carol Molineux

Waiting - Gavin Klee

Waiting – Gavin Klee

On The Move - Gavin Klee

On The Move – Gavin Klee

Seen on the Street - Neil Gordon

Seen on the Street – Neil Gordon

Frame within a Frame - Nicola McGinty

Frame within a Frame – Nicola McGinty

Standing Out - Roger Smith

Standing Out – Roger Smith

Curves - Susie Whelan

Curves – Susie Whelan

KCPS Exhibition

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KCPS is pleased to announce “Through the Photographer’s Eye” – an exhibition of images created by its members. Starting on Monday 17th September with a members and guests only opening evening, the exhibition is open to the public from 18th September to 5th October inclusive.

Venue is Paraparaumu Library in Iver Trask Place off Rimu Road. Opening hours are:

  • 9am to 5pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
  • 9am to 7-30pm, Thursday and Friday
  • 10am to 4pm, Saturday
  • 10am to 2pm, Sunday

Autumn 2018 Salon Results Gallery

The gallery of the Autumn 2018 Salon entries that were awarded Highly Commended or Honours has been published. You can find the link to it here. Alternatively, select the Galleries menu from the top of the page and navigate to the page from there.

“Graceful Skeleton (Minimal)” – Honours, Advanced Print – ©Alison Viskovic

PSNZ Canon National Exhibition Results

The results for the 2018 exhibition for KCPS club members who submitted images are:

Jacky Challis – Nature Projected one Gold (ie top image) and three Accepted; Open Projected two Accepted.
Carol Molineux – Nature Print two Accepted; Open Projected three Accepted; Nature Projected four Accepted
Neil Gordon – One Print One Honours; Open Digital Three Accepted
Rhonda Billington – Nature Projected one Accepted
Jo Goudsblom – Open Projected one Accepted
Caroline Ludford – Open Projected one Accepted
Alison Viskovic – Open Print one Accepted.
Carol Molineux also had her portfolio accepted by the honours board for APSNZ.

KCPS Wiltshire Memorial Cup Success

KCPS’s entry into this year’s PSNZ Wiltshire Cup earned 2nd place this year. Congratulations to Rachel Stevens, Susie Whelan, Shona Jaray and Jo Goudsblom.

The Wiltshire Cup is an annual competition awarded to the PSNZ club submitting the best selection of four digital images, one image per club member, on any subject.

 

1_Wiltshire_In my fathers eyes_KCPS

“In My Father’s Eyes” – Rachel Stevens

2_Wiltshire_Jamie and Rotor_KCPS

“Jamie and Rotor” – Susie Whelan

3_Wiltshire_Robin Rogerson_KCPS

“Robin Rogerson” – Shona Jaray

4_Wiltshire_I Met A Boy_KCPS

“I Met a Boy” – Jo Goudsblom

Summer 2018 Salon Results Gallery

The gallery of the Summer 2018 Salon entries that were awarded Highly Commended or Honours has been published. You can find the link to it here. Alternatively, select the Galleries menu from the top of the page and navigate to the page from there.

Glow

“Glow” – Honours, Intermediate Digital – ©Greg Whitfield

Open Evening – Monday 26th Feb

 

 

Kapiti Coast Photographic Society is pleased to announce an Open Evening on Monday 26th February at Otaihanga Boat Club.

Anyone interested in photography and seeing what the club gets up to is welcome to come along and meet current members. A barbecue, nibbles/snacks and soft drinks will be provided.

The evening starts at 7-30pm. Venue is Otaihanga Boating Club, 19 Makora Rd, Otaihanga.

We ask existing members to bring a plate of finger food to share, and BYO if you want wine of beerPlease also bring one favourite print each to have on display.