The Flatirons Photo Club welcomes anyone who enjoys and wants to learn more about the field of photography, and to participate in a caring environment where amateurs and practicing professionals share their interests, experience and knowledge. For questions about the club, email email@example.com The club also is on Facebook.
Anyone can attend our meetings! Because of Covid-19, our monthly meetings (the second Thursday of the month except for July and August) are currently being held via Zoom. For security reasons, we send Zoom invitations via email to all members and to interested non-members. If you’d like to be included on our email list, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line ‘Mailing List’. When the situation allows, we hope to resume live meetings at Mike’s Camera, 2500 Pearl Street in Boulder. Meetings are free and the public is invited.
Programs feature a variety of subjects, from travel and people photography to nature and digital manipulation. Most months, members can submit images for judging and critique by our monthly speaker. Other months, members can show images for friendly exchange of ideas or constructive comments by their peers.
Benefits of Becoming a Member
- Participate in member competition to get valuable critiques from experienced judges.
- Participate in photography outings/field trips organized by the club. Past trips have included Mt Evans (wildlife photography), Denver Botanic Gardens, Indian Peaks Wilderness sunrise landscapes, hot-air balloon sunrise launch and Rocky Mountain National Park star photography.
- Exchange knowledge with club members.
- Showcase your work through member competitions and the member online gallery.
Single member dues are $20 and families are $25 per calendar year. You can now pay Club dues via PayPal at https://flatironsphotoclub.org/flatirons-photo-club-dues-payments.
President: Donna Colville
Vice President/Program Chair: John Kieffer
Secretary/Membership Chair: Marianne Weingroff
Treasurer: Ginger Zukowski
Webmaster/Communications: John Harmon
Projectionist: Peter Bandurian