The guest speaker at the upcoming meeting of the Flatirons Photo Club will be Ross Taylor and “The Image Deconstructed”. The meeting will be on Thursday, April 12 at 7PM at the Har Hashem Synagogue, 3950 W Baseline Road, Boulder.
The competition Special Topic is Mobile phone photography. See http://flatironsphotoclub.org/monthly-members-competition for submission details.
The competition results of the March 2018 meeting are available at http://flatironsphotoclub.org/march-2018-competition-results.
The guest speaker at the upcoming meeting of the Flatirons Photo Club will be Cary Wolfson http://tinyurl.com/jyp5l68, with a presentation on mobile photography. The meeting will be on Thursday, March 8 at 7PM at the Har Hashem Synagogue, 3950 W Baseline Road, Boulder.
Cary Wolfson credits Flatirons Photo Club with helping to improve his work by light years since joining in 2008. His images have received countless awards in photo club monthly and year-end competitions as well as honors from the Louisville Art Association National Photography Competition. His images have been hung at the Dairy Center for the Arts, Dona Laurita Gallery, Rembrandt Yard, KGNU studio, Boulder Digital Arts, Facebook (Cary Wolfson PhotoGraphic Arts), Instagram (mrwolfo) and at banks, libraries, town halls and restaurants around Boulder. He was invited to contribute to two Italian Facebook pages: “Welcome to Italy” and “Salento Holiday Advisor.” He’s also a Lightroom tutor and teaches photography classes at Common Ground on the Hill summer program in Maryland.
Always interested in digital photo manipulation, Cary gradually got into mobile photography and now figures he uses his iPhone for about 80% of what he shoots. He will be showing the evolution of his process, starting in Provincetown, Mass., and ending in the south of Italy; and how he works with several different iPhone and iPad apps (there are hundreds!). Depending on time, he’ll briefly review the use of a few of his favorite apps, which would include Brushstroke, Distressed FX, Stackables, AvgCamPro and iColorama. You can bring your phone and follow along using Cary’s go-to all-purpose app, the free and awesome Snapseed, which is also available for Android.
The competition Special Topic is: Humorous/Funny. See http://flatironsphotoclub.org/monthly-members-competition for submission details.
The guest speaker at the upcoming meeting of the Flatirons Photo Club will be Rick Cummings, Boulder studio and commercial photographer. The meeting will be on Thursday, February 8 at 7PM at the Har Hashem Synagogue, 3950 W Baseline Road, Boulder.
The competition Special Topic is: Motion or Movement. See http://flatironsphotoclub.org/monthly-members-competition for submission details.
The competition results for the January 2018 meeting are available at http://flatironsphotoclub.org/january-2018-competition-results
The guest speaker at the upcoming meeting of the Flatirons Photo Club on January 11 (Thursday), 7PM at the Har Hashem Synagogue, 3950 W Baseline Road, will be Michelle Theall.
Michelle, an award-winning wildlife photographer and and senior editor at Alaska Magazine, will share photos and adventure tales from her travels in the field to photograph the largest land predators on the planet: the grizzlies, browns, and polar bears of Alaska. Her work has appeared in national magazines and around the globe, and she is represented by Aurora Stock Agency and Getty. In addition, she runs photo and wildlife-viewing excursions in Alaska and Colorado through her company Wild Departures ( www.wilddepartures.com ). Come and enjoy an evening of incredible images from Alaska, the Last Frontier, and beyond—and gather a few tips for perfecting your own images.
Our Special Topic for the monthly competition will be something different. Members may submit 2-3 photos, the first from a photographer that influenced your photographic style (maybe John Fielder or Annie Leibovitz). The member may then show one or two of their own photos that shows the influence. Photographic styles might be: travel, portraiture, National Geographic-like, editorial, landscape, wildlife, documentary. See flatironsphotoclub.org/monthly-members-competition for details on submissions. Digital images should be submitted by Sunday, January 7.
Congratulations to winners at the Flatirons Photo Club Annual Competition! See http://flatironsphotoclub.org/annual-meeting-2017-winners for more details.
The Flatirons Photo Club will meet at 7 PM on Thursday, December 14 at Har Hashem Synagogue for the year end meeting and competition. Only members can participate in the competition. Information on entry rules is available at http://flatironsphotoclub.org/year-end-competition. Please send your digital files by Sunday, December 10th to: firstname.lastname@example.org
There will be a $100 prize for the Best Print and a $50 prize for Best of Show.
It’s a Potluck, so please bring something to eat or drink to enhance the festivities.
Ted Wood, an editorial photographer and multimedia producer based in Boulder, will give a talk entitled “Environmental photojournalism in the age of lies and skeptics – what visual storytellers can do to move the needle on climate change awareness” at the Flatirons Photo Club monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 9, at Har HaShem Synagogue in Boulder.
His work has appeared in Vanity Fair, Smithsonian, National Wildlife, The New York Times, Outside, The Nature Conservancy Magazine and dozens of national and international publications.
Wood is the co-founder of The Story Group, a multimedia journalism company based in Boulder that specializes in environmental stories from the western U.S. Wood has produced more than 20 short videos through Story Group productions focusing on climate change effects and other environmental issues.
More information about Wood is in Developments, the club newsletter.
Russ Croop, an iPhone artist who has creatively advanced the art of the iPhone, will be the featured speaker at the Flatirons Photo Club monthly meeting and competition Thursday, Jan. 12.
Croop is a retired Boulder Valley English, theater and photography teacher who is well-known for his iPhone photo paintings of familiar Boulder scenes. He has been a presenter and judge for the club going back to 2011, and he will be updating us about his latest works.
Croop is a Lafayette resident. He also shoots weddings, portraits (including animals), real estate, products, architecture, landscapes and a variety of other specialties.
To view some of his images and get an idea of the types of images he makes using the iPhone, visit http://www. rcroop.com. You can also view his line of greeting cards at http://www.cardgnome.com/ shops/russ-croop-photoart.
REMINDER: Digital competition entries are due Sunday, Jan. 8. Email them to email@example.com.