This meeting will be different: it’s “Show & Tell”!
Bring something (lens, camera accessory, tripod, print, some object) that you’d like to talk about and Should be of interest/informative to fellow members.
OR Submit a photo with the same intent of saying something informative or educational for audience to: email@example.com
Maybe you’ll get a good idea of what you want for Christmas.
Speaker to be announced.
This will be a Whatever Night, so submit
ONE PHOTO TWO PHOTOS by Monday PM – September 10. Topics: Can be any topic, any subject you’d like to show and talk about or ask for friendly critique. Use your first name as a file name and photos will be shown in reverse order, i.e., the z’s goes first. We seem to get a lot of conversations, so it’s limited to one photo two photos each. Make it special!
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In May, the Club conducted a survey of members seeking opinions and ideas about how to improve future meetings. The survey asked questions about Club membership, photo experience and interest, as well as equipment and software. Importantly, the survey asked about content and frequency of future Club meetings.
You can read the results of the survey here.
For the Flatirons Photo Club May 2018 meeting, we had a Critique Night instead of a competition. A thank you to Bob Dean, our speaker that night, for providing initial critiques of the entries! See http://flatironsphotoclub.org/may-2018-critique-entries for a gallery of the entries.
The Flatirons Photo Club would like your opinions and ideas about how to improve future meetings. Please help us by completing this short survey:
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Thanks for your help!
The competition results of the April 2018 meeting are available at http://flatironsphotoclub.org/april-2018-competition-results.
The competition results for the February 2018 meeting are available at http://flatironsphotoclub.org/february-2018-competition-results
John Harmon asked me, Thomas Walsh, to post this blog on a photographic study group that I am forming. Personal group meetings will be private, but there will be an open Facebook extension. Though this will not formally be a part of Flatirons Photo Club, several club members have expressed interest in being involved. The following is the first paragraph of the blog on my website, thomaswalshimagery.com. If it interests you, please click on the link at the end of this post for further information.
About eight months ago I was wondering what I could do to grow as much as possible as a photographic artist over a short period of time—a year for example. The project I settled on is an immersion into the technique, methodology, and vision of one master photographer per month for a year, with each artist having their own, distinct spirit and artistic voice. I have decided to open the study to a small number of people who will meet at my house for two hours on the first Wednesday of each month from 7 to 9 p.m. In addition, the program will be open to all photographers through a Facebook group. This may prove to be an ongoing project for the rest of my photographic life; in words oft attributed to Michelangelo aged 83, “I’m still learning.”
For further information, see http://www.twalshimagery.com/Blog/Artist-study-series/Twelve-Months-Twelve-Photographic-Artists.
The Photographic Frontiers Study Group is going on hiatus. No meetings are scheduled for 2018.
The next Photographic Frontiers Study Group meeting will feature Flatirons Photo Club’s own Ning Mosberger-Tang. Titling her talk “Storytelling Through the Lens,” Ning says “in a single frame, it’s possible to capture a socially, culturally or historically significant moment. Sometimes our subconsciousness and instinct drove us to push the shutter but the meaning of what was captured wasn’t revealed to us until later. A photo can be much more complex than it looks on the surface and it’s up to us and the viewers to interpret it in context.” Ning will explore this idea with the audience through some photos she took from different corners of the world.
Ning is a Boulder-based event and documentary photographer (http://imagesbyning.com). She has photographed in many countries and has exhibited in Darkroom Gallery (Longmont) and Colorado Photographic Arts Center (Denver).
After Ning’s presentation, and subsequent question and answer period, club members will be able to present photos that they would like to discuss and, if they choose, have critiqued. The primary purpose of this group is education and mutual support.
The meeting will be held December 6 from 7 to 9 p.m. at Boulder Digital Arts, 1600 Range St., Boulder.