JANUARY 10, 2018 – GENERAL MEETING – BERGEN PARK FIRE STATION – 7PM MEETING (6:30PM SOCIAL TIME) PRESENTER: ELLEN NELSON

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Ellen Nelson: Cowboys, Horses & Shooting Oncoming Subjects
Evergreen Camera Club is featuring member and professional photographer Ellen Nelson for the Wednesday, January 10 presentation: Cowboys, Horses & Shooting Oncoming Subjects. She will focus on techniques to create good composition with constantly moving subjects, explain the proper camera settings for successful shots when the subject is racing toward you, and how to take advantage of photo opportunities to get amazing shots.

DECEMBER 13, 2017 – ANNUAL YEAR END PARTY – TUSCANY TAVERN

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This years year end party will be held on December 13th, that’s the second Wednesday as usual.
Time: 6:30
Location: Tuscany Tavern in Bergen Park, across from the ball fields and rec center.

Dinner Menu: Bread, butter, salad w/dressing, Penne Alfredo with shrimp or Chicken Marsala w/broccoli, dessert will be brownie bites. Soft drinks, coffee included. There will be a cash bar.

COST: Pay directly to the camera club $27.50 each person.

Deadline to RSVP and pay is December 5th, 2017.

OCTOBER 25, 2017 TIPS AND TECHNIQUES-BERGEN PARK FIRE STATION 7pm (Social hour 6:30) Archiving and Backup

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Do you know the difference between Archiving and Backup? The distinction is important to understand for ensuring your data is as well preserved as you think it is. Tom will discuss some of the best practices for protecting your images both for the immediate and long term. He will review alternatives for where to store your media and the advantages and drawbacks of the various options. A show and tell of some of the tools used will be included.

Doors open at 6:30 pm.

OCTOBER 11, 2017 – GENERAL MEETING – BERGEN PARK FIRE STATION – 7PM MEETING (6:30PM SOCIAL TIME) PRESENTER: DAWN WILSON

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Dawn Wilson
Photographing Alaska’s Wildlife
Award-winning wildlife photographer Dawn Wilson is Evergreen Camera Club’s speaker on Wednesday, October 11. Her presentation will focus on photographing the wildlife of Alaska with a particular focus on summer and fall seasons. Dawn will cover special travel considerations for Alaska, what to expect when photographing in Alaska, tips for successful photography, a little background about wildlife in Alaska and its similarities to Colorado wildlife, and where to photograph wildlife in Alaska.

AUGUST 9, 2017 GENERAL MEETING -BERGEN PARK FIRE STATION 7PM (6:30 PM SOCIAL TIME) PRESENTER:BOB MAYNARD

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Evergreen Camera Club looks forward to presenting Bob Maynard as the August 9th speaker. Bob is a national award-winning nature photographer with images appearing in Audubon, Images magazine, Rocky Mountain Raptor Center publications and in several corporate offices. He is past chairman of the Louisville National Juried Photography Show and provides photo tour, photography workshop and corporate wall art services in Colorado, the Everglades and Utah. Bob offers single and multi-day workshops that are custom tailored to each individual.

JULY 12, 2017 GENERAL MEETING -BERGEN PARK FIRE STATION 7PM (6:30 PM SOCIAL TIME) PRESENTER:ANDY LONG:PREVISUALIZATION

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JULY 12 GENERAL MEETING
ANDY LONG

“Previsualization: Seeing Photographically”
Andy Long will present “Previsualization: Seeing Photographically” at our Wednesday, July 12 meeting.

“Photographers look at the world a bit differently than other people, or at least we should,” Andy wrote. “In this program, I will take you on a journey into looking and seeing things differently — artful photography. Our eyes are the most important piece of photographic equipment we own, and by using them we can come away with some amazing images, look beyond to see this.”

JUNE 14, 2017 GENERAL MEETING -BERGEN PARK FIRE STATION 7PM (6:30 PM SOCIAL TIME) PRESENTER:JEFF JOHNSON

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JEFF JOHNSON
“The Streets of Havana”

Prepare to set your clocks ahead to Eastern Standard Time and your calendars back to the 1950s.

Stepping into Havana, Cuba, you would swear that you’ve gone back in time. Nothing is new. Everything has been recycled and repurposed. The cars are old American classics, with an emphasis on “old.” The architecture is deteriorating and the infrastructure is crumbling — right below your feet — and it is beautiful and breathtaking.

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