From beginners to old pro's, Evergreen Camera Club is for people who share a passion about photography of all kinds. The mission of the Evergreen Camera Club is to promote the art of photography for people living in and around the foothills of Colorado by providing a forum where each member can contribute and learn from others.

MENTORING PROGRAM

More experienced members "interested in mentoring".. as well as members "interested in being mentored" are asked to email Co-President Annie (Annie@coppock.com) for a pairing-up process of one-on-one mentoring. Our monthly general meetings, and regular mentoring sessions, are wonderful opportunities to listen, learn, and contribute. But from time to time, we all experience the need to have specific questions answered.. technical settings explained in detail.

JULY 22ND MENTORING SESSION - Pat Gautier, "Basic Camera Settings"

Metering Mode, Program, Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority... just some of the many camera settings we need decide. Pat will discuss the settings he uses, and the "why" behind those settings. He will then open the topics for discussion. Whether new to photography and wondering how the more experienced arrive at the settings they tend to use, or... another Pro interested in comparing and sharing, it should prove to be an evening of lively discussion. All skill levels welcome!

Join us at 7 PM (6:30 - social time) at Evergreen Fire Station #2 in Bergen Park.

"GENEVA" GHOST TOWN - FIELD TRIP, Sun. 7/20/08

A Colorado Ghost Town is the destination for this month's Field Trip.
GENEVA is located about an hour's drive from Aspen Park on 285.
Enroute, an area with tiers of iron tailings with great colors may be seen.
Water should be flowing over this time of year. Many great photo opportunities!
Scheduled time of departure is 7 AM, leaving from Aspen Park's "Park 'n Ride".
Road conditions will determine length of hike, expected to be relatively easy 2 miles.
4-wheel drive vehicle is recommended, and carpooling available.

JULY 8TH MEETING - Weldon Lee, Guest Speaker

The Public is invited to attend our next Monthly Meeting when the Guest Speaker will be Wildlife Photographer, Writer, and Photo Tour Operator, Weldon Lee. Travelling the globe photographing wildlife in their natural, and often exotic, habitat Weldon is best able to capture the essence of their personalities. His work has been exhibited in the Denver Museum of Natural History, the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, featured on all the major TV networks, as well as in numerous magazines. His website www.WeldonLee.com best describes his work.

June Black & White Landscape Contest Winner Experienced

June Black & White Landscape Contest Winner Experienced

Tina Valdiserri

June Black & White Landscape Contest Winner Beginners

June Black & White Landscape Contest Winner Beginners

Bill Vogel

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