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.

May Assignment

The theme is "Architecture" and will play off of the "Doors Open Denver" Annual Event, our April (12th & 13th) Field Trip. Please go to www.DenverGov.Org/DoorsOpenDenver for a listing of subject bldgs. Members are asked to take "5 photos of any one building", creating a description of the building.. as seen thru their eyes. There should be a 'lead' picture when submitting, with an additional 4 photos. This will be the month's critique/competition entry, and we will once again resume the two Divisions (A=experienced; B=beginner).

Mentoring Session - April 22nd - Pat Gautier

Expanding on "Digital File Basics" the series continues, focusing this month on "Sharpening" in post-processing. Everyone is welcome. Always interesting, informative, and entertaining.. 7 PM (6:30 social time) at Evergreen Fire Station #2 in Bergen Park.

March Winner Experienced

March Winner Experienced

Brad Davidson

March Winner Beginners

March Winner Beginners

Patty Panella

Denver Architecture Trip the Weekend of 4/12 - 4/13

In April we will be doing a Denver Architecture Trip the Wknd of 4/12-13. This Field Trip is timed to coincide with the Annual "Doors Open Denver" event, sponsored by the Denver A.I.A. (American Institute of Architects). Doors are open to buildings not always open to the Public, ranging from commercial bldgs to residential lofts, to cutting edge designs. More on how this field trip will be structured as we draw nearer and the property lists are made available.

April 8th Meeting - Photographer & Author Mike Strunk

Our Guest Speaker will be ECC Club Member Mike Strunk. Mike, a long-time Evergreen resident, has enjoyed a long career as an open space planner with the U.S. National Park Service and several consulting firms. An award-winning photographer, Mike has photographed open lands, ranches, and historic sites throughout the West for over 40 yrs. During this time, he has amassed more than 90,000 images in his personal archives.

April Assignment

Katie Taft, our March Guest Speaker, concluded her presentation by challenging our group with an assignment, which we shall use as the theme for our next critique/competition. Katie has asked that we construct a scene, setting-up what it is we choose to photograph, and for which there should be a narrative quality. For better ideas of how this works, and to stimulate our creative process, she has supplied the names of some artists who do just this.

March 25th Mentoring Session - Pat Gautier

Entitled "More Digital File Basics", Pat will continue the series expanding our knowledge of digital files and their management. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend, new and valuable information for the novice as well as interesting refresher for the more experienced. 7 PM (6:30 social time) at Evergreen Fire Station #2 in Bergen Park.

March 11th Meeting - Featuring Katie Taft

Our Guest Speaker will be Photographer Katie Taft from WORKING WITH ARTISTS, the Digital & Film Photographic Arts School in Denver. A slightly different twist from some of our past guests, this promises to be informative and entertaining. Please join us on Tuesday, March 11th at Evergreen Fire Station #2 in Bergen Park. Social time (6:30 -7:00) followed by Presentation.

February 12th Meeting - Photojournalist Jacob Ware, Guest Speaker

The Public is invited to attend our next monthly meeting when our guest speaker will be Jacob Ware of Concept Photography Inc. in Denver. A photographer for ten years, Jacob has a degree in photojournalism and has worked for a number of news outlets including The Associated Press, The St. Louis Post Dispatch, and The Aspen Times. He began a freelance career in Denver in 2001, and started Concept Photography Inc. in 2007 where he continues to make unforgettable images as a freelance photojournalist.

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