King City Camera Club

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We meet on the second and third Monday of each month between September and May. Meetings begin at 7:30 PM at the King City Club House located at 15245 SW 116th Ave., King City, OR 97224.

The first monthly meeting focuses on competition, and the second meeting is dedicated to special programs or guest speakers (be sure to check the calendar for changes or cancellations).

All visitors are welcome.


You can also find us on Meetup

2018 - 2019 Competition Night Themes

Sept: Open

Oct: Landscape / Texture

Nov: Open

Dec: Fall Colors / Macro or Close-up

Jan: Open

Feb: Abstract/ Long Exposure: 1+ sec

Mar: Open

Apr: Leading Lines / Blur (Bokeh)

May: Open

Competition Submission Rules

Download Printable Card with themes

Upcoming events

Next Program Night

February 18, 2019 "Meeting Moose in Mammoth"

Gary will share with us what he learned during his visit with photographer, Moose Peterson at his house in Mammoth, CA, and what he discovered about the "Psychology of Color” and how to be more truthful about critiquing not only your own images, but others as well.

March 18: An Evening with Photojournalist Ken Hawkins

Ken Hawkins is a photojournalist who has covered politics, disasters, and conflict zones – including Vietnam, Nicaragua, and El Salvador, working globally for TIME, Sports Illustrated, the New York Times, BBC, and many other publications and agencies. In 2016, he authored the book, Jimmy Carter – Photographs1970-2010.


News and Reminders

**** CHANGE TO EID SUBMISSIONS: Effective October, the number of EID entries per club member has dropped from five to three. *****

Looking for Rebecca Benoit's presentation on Google Photos? Head over to the Resources Section for the link.

August 2, 2018:

  • The 4C's announced that effective Sept 1, 2018, all prints prints can be entered unmounted or mounted. However, all call back images must be mounted prior to year end competition.
  • Beginning this season, if you enter a print, you will need to also send and electronic version to the EID chair so that the image may be projected while the print is judged. This will allow everyone to see all the prints. Read more about the requirements in the Prints section of the competition information page.

July 31, 2018: New EID File dimensions and limits posted to the Competition Information page.