June 13, 2019 Monthly Meeting

The Flatirons Photo Club is proud to present photographer and adventurer Doug La Farge at our Thursday, June 13th meeting at Mike’s Camera. The meeting is free and open to the public.

For over thirty years Doug has been shooting and sharing imagery from around the globe. He is as comfortable underwater photographing sharks as he is hanging from the side of El Capitan. His adventures have taken him to places like Papua New Guinea, India and the Vampire Spires in Northwest Territories.  Doug La Farge Website
– Doug is a SSI Digital Underwater Photography Instructor and also offers courses on Digital Photography with Drones.
– Doug is a FAA certified Remote Pilot and is also a Private Pilot.

The Flatirons Photo Club meets at Mike’s Camera, 2500 Pearl Street in Boulder. We meet the second Thursday of the month, except July and August. Social starts at 6:30 PM. Our programs begin at 7 PM and end at 9 PM. Use the entrance 50 feet left of Mike’s main entrance and take the elevators to the second floor.
Membership is $20/year.

The June Special Topic for member submissions is ‘Water.’ We will view and discuss photos submitted by our members after the speaker’s program. Please submit no more than two images. See http://flatironsphotoclub.org/monthly-members-competition for details on member digital and print submissions.

May 9, 2019 Monthly Meeting

On Thursday, May 9th, the Flatirons Photo Club is proud to present David Tejada, one of Colorado’s most highly regarded commercial photographers. David will talk about his favorite photographic techniques and his world-wide photo assignments.

With more than thirty years of shooting experience, David is at home hovering in a helicopter, over a drill rig in the Andes or shooting a portrait in New York City.  David is internationally recognized for his dramatic and innovative photographic lighting techniques and graphic style.

The member competition Special Topic is Animals/wildlife.

The Flatirons Photo Club meets at Mike’s Camera in Boulder (second floor), on the second Thursday of the month (no meetings in July or August). Social time begins at 6:30PM. Programs start at 7PM.

Email for questions:  flatirons@flatironsphotoclub.org

April 11, 2019 Monthly Meeting

On Thursday, April 11, the Flatirons Photo Club is excited to present photographer Tom Bol https://www.tombolphoto.com/.

Where: Mike’s Camera, 2500 Pearl Street in Boulder. Use the southeast entrance, about 50 feet left of Mike’s main entrance. Take the elevator to the second floor. Free and the public is invited.

When: The Flatirons Photo Club begins gathering at 6:30PM for social and our program begins at 7PM. After the program, we will view and discuss photos submitted by our members. The April Special Topic for member submissions is ‘Food.’

Tom’s portfolio covers adventure, portraits, travel and nature. Tom will talk about creativity, lighting and useful techniques he’s learned through during his 25 year professional career. Tom says, “I’ve tried to design this presentation so every photographer will enjoy it and maybe get some inspiration.”

Tom has been leading a very impressive list of photo workshops for 25 years. He writes articles for several magazines, including Digital Photography, Photoshop User and Lightroom Magazine. He regularly shoots assignments for Nikon.

March 14, 2019 Monthly Meeting

On Thursday, March 14, the Flatirons Photo Club is excited to present Colorado nature and nightscape photographer, Mike Berenson.

Where: Mike’s Camera, 2500 Pearl Street in Boulder. Second floor, just left of Mike’s main entrance. Free and the public is invited.

When: The Flatirons Photo Club begins gathering at 6:30PM for social and our program begins at 7PM.  After the program, we will view and discuss photos submitted by our members. The March Special Topic for member submissions is ‘Motion.’

Questions, email: flatirons@flatironsphotoclub.org

Mike enjoys bringing his unique visions of the night sky come to life and helps others to do the same.  He will show us some of his incredible images and what it takes to capture them.  Using the night sky as a source of inspiration, Mike pushes beyond a camera’s limits to create works of art that make people think.  Together with training partner Darren White, Mike makes Milky Way Dreams come to life with workshop events in Arches, Canyonlands, and Yellowstone National Parks and on Mount Evans in Colorado.  Check out their website at NightPhotographyWorkshop.com and see what the excitement is all about.

Mike would also like to offer members of the Flatirons Photo Club a 10% discount on any workshop event payments for a month following our talk (so it will expire on 4/14).  This discount is available by entering “BOULDER19” on our checkout page.