The competition results of the February 2020 meeting at Mike’s Camera are available at https://flatironsphotoclub.org/february-2020-competition-results. Congratulations to the winners!
Club members: If you haven’t yet paid your 2020 membership dues ($20 individual/$25 family), you can pay them at the February meeting. Thanks!
Dustin Doskocil will speak at the Flatirons Photo Club on Thursday, February 13 at Mike’s Camera on Boulder. Dustin will be talking about how he works photographically on location. Afterwards, he’ll outline his workflow with Lightroom and Photoshop to create his special imagery.
Dustin Doskocil is a photographer, problem solver, angler, paddler, camper, road tripper, hiker, camper, cyclist, snowshoer, snowboarder but most of all he’s an adventure seeker. While always looking to see what’s around the bend or over the next ridge, he finds himself in some pretty amazing places surrounded by interesting people, eating good food and always with his camera at the ready. Based out of Colorado, with roots in Texas, Dustin has knowledge and access to a vast array of beautiful landscapes and honey holes.
Born and raised in Arlington, TX Dustin would carry a point and shoot camera around with him documenting his friends goofing off and having fun. He took a photo class in high school but it wasn’t until college that he found a passion for taking photos. He graduated with a degree in Advertising and Fashion Photography and went on to assist and learned from some of the best photographers in Dallas and from around the world. Honing in on his passion for photography, Dustin started building a portfolio and shooting assignments for newspapers, magazines and businesses from around North America.
Dustin has photographed everything from corporate events and weddings to food and portraits and enjoys every photographic opportunity he gets. His favorite assignments are shooting people doing what they love to do. This led him in the direction of shooting editorial, advertising and portrait assignments in the outdoor industry as well as the corporate world.
All Flatirons Photo Club meetings are free and open to the public. Social begins at 6:30 PM and our programs begin at 7PM. Members may submit images for the monthly competition; see submission guidelines at https://flatironsphotoclub.org/monthly-members-competition. The submission Special Topic for the month is Love.
For those interested in architectural photography, the winners of the Doors Open Denver 2019 Photo Competition have been posted at https://denverarchitecture.org/y-our-denver-doors-open-denver-2018-photo-competition/ and will be available online until February 1, 2020.
The Flatirons Photo Club presents photographer Eric Beggs https://www.flickr.com/photos/ericbeggs/ at our January 9 (Thursday) meeting. The FPC meets at Mike’s Camera in Boulder. Use the doors to the left of Mike’s main entrance. Take the elevator to the second floor. Social time begins at 6:30PM and our program starts at 7PM.
All Flatirons Photo Club meetings are free and open to the public. We meet the second Thursday of the month, except July and August.
The competition special topic for member images is Water. Information on submission guidelines can be found at https://flatironsphotoclub.org/monthly-members-competition. Member reminder: You can bring your 2020 Club dues to the meeting, in cash or check, if you haven’t already paid https://flatironsphotoclub.org/about-2 .
Eric Beggs – Artist statement
Photography has been a 50 year experiment for me.
Each time I acquired a new lens, format or film, it was time to see everything in a new way. Panorama, pinhole, stereo, or infrared, they all encouraged me to consider a new vision.
Life changed in 1981 when I was hired to build a photographic studio and darkroom at the University of Texas Humanities Research Center in Austin. The collections include 7 million images dating from the first photo by Nicéphore Niépce in 1826. Crafting exhibition prints from the original plates and negatives was my education. Seeing the vision of the masters was my guide.
Commercial work included documentation of the restoration of the Texas Capitol and Governor’s mansion. Exhibition prints for the LBJ library, rare book catalogs, photo services for the fine arts community and environmental preservation.
I hope to encourage photographers (and all artists) to experiment and grow in new and different directions.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2018 Annual Meeting on December 12! Images are posted at https://flatironsphotoclub.org/annual-meeting-2019-award-winners. Special thanks to our judges, Rob Lantz, Jen Magnuson and Glenn Randall!
Please join us for our annual competition and holiday meeting on Thursday, December 12 at 6:30 PM! Club members may submit images for the competition:
A) Members may submit up to 5 entries spread across the 5 categories. Example: 3@ Digital Realism, 1@ Print Realism, 1@ Print Monochromatic.
B) The five categories are:
- Digital Realism (Digital files that look like a traditional photo)
- Digital Special Effects (obviously digitally manipulated in Photoshop or Lightroom, etc.)
- Print Realism (the print looks like a traditional photo)
- Print Special Effects (obviously digitally manipulated)
- Print Monochromatic (Black & White)
The judges will also select a Best of Show.
C) Bring your prints to Mike’s on Thursday, Dec 12. On the back of each print please state: Photographer’s name, print title and category.
D) Submit your digital entries by Dec 9. Monday PM to: email@example.com
See the Submission Guidelines for more details about entries.
The competition results of the November 2019 meeting at Mike’s Camera are available at https://flatironsphotoclub.org/november-2019-competition-results. Congratulations to the winners!
The Flatirons Photo Club is proud to present Colorado photographer Jen Magnuson at our monthly Thursday, November 14th meeting at Mike’s Camera. Jen will show some of her people, portrait, sports and outdoor imagery, along with providing some insight into her photography techniques.
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 6:30PM and our programs begin at 7PM. Use the entrance 50 feet left of Mike’s main entrance. Take the elevators to the second floor.
This meeting will include election by Club members of officers for 2020-2021.
All Flatirons Photo Club meetings are free and open to the public. Single member dues are $20 and families are $25 per calendar year.
Those interested in architectural photography may find the results of the 2019 Denver Architecture Foundation photo contest of interest: https://denverarchitecture.org/y-our-denver-doors-open-denver-2018-photo-competition/
Denver Audubon has announced its ‘Share the View’ worldwide nature photo contest, with entries due by December 1, 2019. Details are available at http://denveraudubon.contestvenue.com/ .