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Pikes Peak Camera Club, Colorado

Pikes Peak Camera Club, Colorado

This unique club was organized in 1930 and is believed to be the oldest camera club in Colorado. It is the only club in Colorado Springs providing competition in both color slides and prints. Meetings are held 7PM on the first Tuesday of each month, at Living Springs Worship Center640 Manitou Blvd., Colorado Springs, January through November. Competition for digital projection, prints and slides is held 9 months of the year.An informative program or workshop is arranged for two of the meetings in lieu of competition.Field trips are arranged most months. The annual club salon is held early in December, and concludes the year.Entries are judges by a three judge panel.All entries are displayed and awards are presented at a salon banquet. The Pikes Peak Camera Club meets the first Tuesday of each month 7:00 PMat Living Springs Worship Center, 640 Manitou Blvd., Colorado Springs.The room is around the back. There are Travelogues or workshops held at 7:00 PM on the 3rd Tuesday of the month - please see the newsletter for details. The club welcomes photographers at all levels, from beginner to professional.Only members may compete. The public is welcome to attend any meeting.

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Colorado Urban Wildlife Photo club

Colorado Urban Wildlife Photo club

Camera club meetings are held on the first Tuesday of the each month at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science on Colorado Blvd. two lights north of Colfax Ave. in the VIP Auditorium east of the T Rex Cafe. The doors open at 6:30 P.M. and the meeting starts at 7:00. Enter the museum through the guard entrance east of the main doors on the north side of the building and proceed to the northeast corner of the building. The Urban Wildlife Photo Club is one of Colorado’s most unusual photography organizations.The club was founded as part of the Urban Wildlife Partnership in 1988 for the expressed purpose of providing photos of urban wildlife to illustrate a book. That goal was achieved when Close to Home: Colorado’s Urban Wildlife was published in 1990. Although the initial charter had run its course, a significant number of the members decided to continue on with other projects and an expansion, beyond urban, to all wildlife subjects. Those projects have included the development of a Code of Ethics for wildlife photographers (done in conjunction with the Colorado Urban Wildlife Partnership), a statewide children’s art contest, Earth Day slide shows, and the introduction of International Dawn Chorus to the United States. Our club organizes field trips to urban and not so urban areas for observing and/or photographing wildlife and natural areas. Some of our field trips have been to Denver/Boulder wildlife areas, Mt. Evans, Rocky Mountain National Park, Monte Vista Wildlife...

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FOCUS Camera Club of Colorado

FOCUS Camera Club of Colorado

Colorado Photography Club featuring member competition informative presentations and other activities. Located in Highlands Ranch and close to Englewood Greenwood Village south Denver and the rest of the south metro area. Since 1987, Focus Camera Club of Colorado has been helping photographers of all levels increase their enjoyment of photography. Join us for monthly photo competitions and informative presentations. We also feature photo field trips and study groups. Get more out of your photography by learning from the best, participating in monthly competitions, whether you like film or digital or both. Photo contests are conducted each month. Categories include Nature and Landscapes, Animals, People, Elements of Design, Digital Darkroom, Travel and Place, Flowers, Details and Macro, Catch-All, and Monthly Theme. Judging is performed by a panel of professional photographers. Besides its free, popular photo contest, BetterPhoto.com also offers a variety of services: digital camera reviews, online photo courses, free newsletters, a discussion forum, Web sites for photographers, question-and-answer section, how-to articles, photo galleries, and more. Digital Photo Academy, presented by Panasonic-LUMIX Digital Cameras, is a series of photo workshops being given across the country to help digital camera owners at all skill levels learn how to better use their cameras and optimize their digital photography experiences. The workshops will be given in Denver on various dates...

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Loveland Photographic Society - Colorado

Loveland Photographic Society - Colorado

Northern Colorado Photography Club / Camera Club featuring member digital photography monthly competition informative presentations and other activities for all ranges and styles of photographers. The Loveland Photographic Society (LPS) (formerly the Loveland Camera Club) was formed in 1956. Now one of the largest photography groups in the state with over 200 members, LPS serves Northeastern Colorado, including Fort Collins, Greeley and Loveland. A member of PSA (Photographic Society of America) since 2000, LPS is quickly gaining recognition in international competition. LPS is also a member of ACC (Associated Camera Clubs), the Loveland Chamber of Commerce, and the DLA (Downtown Loveland Association), helping to promote downtown Loveland while giving LPS members photojournalistic experience. New technologies such as digital capture are strongly embraced with digital projection now representing a majority of competition entries. Film and print enthusiasts continue to be a vital part of our membership.

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Denver Photographic Society (Photo Club)

Denver Photographic Society (Photo Club)

A Place to: see photography -show your photography to others -learn photographic techniques -socialize with other photographers -join others on photo field trips ...........The Denver Photographic Society was founded in 1936. We are a group of photographic enthusiasts, both amateur and professional. We hold competitions, programs, and field trips on a regular basis.These activities provide an opportunity to see photography, practice photography, learn tips and techniques, ask questions and apply new knowledge. The Denver Photographic Society has been active for over 65 years! If you enjoy a variety of activities photographic, come join this vibrant, talented group. For field trips, members meet at a prearranged location to proceed to a specific place or event, or to conduct an on-site workshop.Previous and future trips include: Architectural/Night Shoot, Fashion and Glamour, Denver Botanic Gardens, Motorcycle Races, South Park City, Georgetown, Renaissance Faire, Ice Sculptures at Breckenridge, Denver Zoo, and more.

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Englewood Camera Club, Colorado

Englewood Camera Club, Colorado

The Englewood Camera Club aims to promote the enjoyment, mastery, and furtherance of photography. We also associate and cooperate with other local and national photographic groups. We feature educational programs, monthly photo judging by recognized judges, and photographic field trips. Our annual year end awards program and banquet is in December. Membership benefits include our newsletter, The Rangefinder; and memberships in the Colorado Council of Camera Clubs and the Photographic Society of America. We are a nonprofit organization. Our Constitution and By-Laws call for Officers to be elected annually. Appointments for other positions are made by the president. The Executive committee meets periodically to carry out club business so that general meeting time is focused on photography.

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