Since its foundation in 2005, the Kiawah Island Photography Club has evolved into an active organization with over one hundred members. What makes the Photography Club so popular? The boundless energy and enthusiasm of our members, who love photography!
The Club meets most Monday mornings from September through May. Meetings range from monthly programs featuring internationally-known professional photographers to weekly workshops taught by local professionals as well as club members. Our programs provide members with a non-competitive environment for all levels to improve their photography knowledge and skills.
The club also holds instructional group photoshoots led by outside professionals and other members to locations on Kiawah Island and other sites in the Charleston area.
In addition to our regular programs, the Club’s outreach programs benefit our local community and its students. Each year club members photograph activities such as sporting events and proms at Johns Island schools. The resulting images are donated to the schools, and are among those we display at the Johns Island Library for the community to enjoy.
We invite you to enjoy the additional information available throughout this website. Here you will find workshop notes, videos of guest professionals, monthly challenges and how-tos as well as links to popular photography websites, and more.
The Club year ends with the May 9th meeting. Summer activities are still being discussed and will be added to the calendar as they are scheduled. Check back frequently for the latest updates.
You can also use the summer months to review some of the growing number of recorded meetings from the past couple of years.