April 24, 2019
BERGEN PARK FIRE STATION
7pm (6:30 SOCIAL TIME)
Evergreen Camera Club’s Tips & Techniques will feature a video presentation followed by a discussion led by our own Connie Rudd. Learn what factors come into play in getting great, sharp focus, and discover new ways of making your subject tell your story.
Are you a PSA member? PSA, or Photographic Society of America (not to be confused with public service announcement, or prostate specific antigen), has numerous member benefits for clubs and individuals.
Evergreen Camera Club has an organizational membership. PSA Colorado Membership Director Tammy Hammond will untangle and examine all of the invaluable details needed to utilize the ECC membership or join PSA as an individual at our April 10th meeting at 7:00 pm (come early to socialize.
Attend the pre-meeting dinner with our speaker at Beau Thai at 5:s0 that day – sign up here.
Dave Edwards, a very active and longtime member of the camera club, passed away yesterday. If you’d like to send a card to his family, wife Carol and son Rich, Carol and his son Rich, their address is 23201 Loggers Trail, Evergreen, 80439.
March 27, 2019
BERGEN PARK FIRE STATION
7pm (6:30 SOCIAL TIME)
The goal of this T&T is to be able to dig down to the bottom of the camera
bag, find the flash we bought when we bought the camera and actually feel like we can use the flash to get better pictures.
Todays flash units often come with nearly as many settings as our cameras. Which of these settings are required, which are useful and are there some (hopefully) that we can set once and forget or never use?
I will share my flash settings and explain how I can just pick up my flash and simply turn it on and get predictable results every time. I do have one camera setting I use occasionally, flash compensation and we will go over when, why and how.
Hopefully, your flash can move from the “I have one, but never use it” to “I use it every time it is needed”. There are certainly times where the flash will not solve all your lighting situations, but there are several lighting problems that a flash will help.
Wednesday, March 13 at 7:00 pm (6:30 social time)
Evergreen Fire and Rescue
1802 Bergen Parkway, Evergreen, CO
Pre-meeting Dinner 5:30 pm at
1262 Bergen Parkway
“The path was never there, until someone created it,” professional photographer Joseph Roybal explains in his upcoming presentation, Off the Beaten Path. Join the Evergreen Camera Club on March 13th at 7:00 pm (come early to socialize) at the Evergreen Fire & Rescue Building, 1802 Bergen Parkway, Evergreen to understand Joseph’s thoughts and techniques to make his images his own. “The idea of Off the Beaten Path has come to me over the years as I make my journey within the craft both seeing the landscape as others have and putting my twist on the scene.”
Joseph Roybal is a professional fine art landscape photographer based in Denver, Colorado. His passion for photography stems simply from his love of the outdoors. His tagline, Explore.Learn.Share., is based on Joseph’s ability to combine his personal experiences in the field with his developing knowledge of the art, and to educate others who share his love for photography. His imagery is presented in a way that speaks to the importance of protecting natural habitats and is reflected in his involvement in organizations such as Rocky Mountain Climate Organization and Protect Our Winters (POW). Joseph is proud to be represented by several of the industry’s leading companies such as AtlasPacks, ZEAL Optics, Mountain Standard, Peak Design and Breakthrough Filters.
NOTICE: THIS CONTEST HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED TO MAY DUE TO THE SNOW STORM CANCELLATIONS OF BOTH OUR MARCH AND APRIL MEETINGS – submissions will be held for the next general meeting – this means you have time to enter if you haven’t – if you want to change your already submitted photos you may do so
The Theme for March-April-May 2019 is “Birds”
The Rotating Theme is “Wildlife” …plus the Fun Category
Wildlife must be identified as either “Captive” or “Wild” as part of the file name.
Remember to submit your photos for the ECC monthly competition by the Monday before the general meeting at 6 p.m. Sharp (hard deadline). By entering the contest, you agree to allow ECC to use your photo in promoting the club.
Images will be projected on the Fire Department’s Sony projector at 1920 wide by 1200 pixels tall – whatever size you submit will be adjusted to fit on that screen.
Love, death and 76,000 photos! Dawn Wilson will cover the adventures — and misadventures –of her travels on the road in an RV to photograph wildlife across the U.S. After 15 months and almost 76,000 shots, she photographed the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, Gulf of Mexico, Gulf of Alaska and plenty in between. She fell in love, learned how to fix a water pump in the Alaskan tundra, said goodbye to one of her dogs, and discovered a lot about her perseverance. During that time, she witnessed many amazing sights and sounds provided by nature.
Join professional nature photographer Dawn Wilson at the Evergreen Camera Club’s next meeting on February 13 at 7:00 pm (come early to socialize or see Meetup for dinner details) at the Evergreen Fire & Rescue Building, 1802 Bergen Parkway, Evergreen. Visitors, guests and students are encouraged to attend. Her presentation is about more than nature photography — but how nature photography can shape and heal your world.