Welcome to the website for the Kiawah Island Photo Club. The goal of the Kiawah Island Photo Club is to help our members take better pictures and to share them more effectively. This website provides an abundance of information about both our Club and the many photography resources available on the internet. 


Dues are $40 per year. Download the membership form and mail the check to Scott Nelson. Please renew your membership soon! 

Click to download the FLYER that describes the Club's outreach program, workshops, guest speaker program, photo shoots, and small group sessions. This also includes a membership application.


Regular monthly meetings deal with some aspect of photography that can benefit photographers of all skill levels and interests.  Topics vary and several are paired with our popular shoots. 

Our PHOTO SHOOTS are intended to appeal to photographers of a range of skill and equipment. They often include a critique/review session.  They provide an opportunity to learn from other photographers, both amateur and professional. 

The Workshops generally deal with some aspect of digital photography and its interface with computers. Workshops are usually characterized as Basic or Advanced and are designated as for Mac or PC or both. The slides from many of our WORKSHOPS are available in the page "Workshop and Lecture Notes.” 

NOTE: The meetings and workshops have been held in the Sandcastle. That building is now under renovation, so meeting site will be announced but will generally be in the new offices for the Kiawah Island Community Association.  


SCHEDULE FOR February 2018

(See the full schedule on the SCHEDULE page)


5   9-10   Workshop:  Advanced Techniques: Taking Your Photos to New Levels (Pam Cohen) (See Pam’s article in Outdoor Photographer magazine, “High Key, Low Key Wildlife”, page 58, November 2017) (NOTES HERE!)

12   9-12  Workshop: Travel Photography — Equipment and Capturing the Sense of Place and More! (Ann Gridley)

19   10-12  MONTHLY MEETING:Drew Doggett. "My Endless Search for the Extraordinary:  monochromatic work celebrates the world’s diversity while drawing attention to real-time, ever-unfolding issues. CANCELLED. A replacement event will be announced.

26   9-12  Small Group Session: topic to be announced (Kotz)


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