The Mission of the Evergreen Camera Club is to promote the art of photography for people living in and around Evergreen Colorado by providing a forum where each member can contribute and learn from others.

MAY 28, 2014 TIPS & TECHNIQUE MEETING, 7pm (6:30pm SOCIAL TIME) BERGEN PARK FIRE STATION: TOPIC: STOCK PHOTOGRAPHY

Overview of the Business of Stock Photography

• Do you want to make money with your photography?

• Do you want to create a home based business that you do almost anywhere?

• Have you ever thought about getting into selling stock images, but don’t have a clue how to get started?

• Have you ever wondered what it takes to sell your images with stock agencies?

• Did you know your iPhone and Android phone images can be sold on stock agencies?

MAY 14, 2014 MONTHLY MEETING - 7pm (6:30 SOCIAL TIME)- BERGEN PARK FIRE STATION- PRESENTER: STEVE SUMNER

The speaker for the May 14, 2014 meeting will be Steve Sumner, the executive director of the Center for the Arts of Evergreen

CONTEST THEME CATEGORIES FOR THE REST OF 2014

Here are the contest theme categories for the rest of 2014
May, Zoo animals
June, Bad weather
July, Marco/flowers
Aug, Wet
Sept, Kids, cats, dogs
Oct, Sports
Nov, Fall colors
Dec. End of Year contest

APRIL23, 2014 TIPS & TECHNIQUE MEETING, 7pm (6:30pm SOCIAL TIME) BERGEN PARK FIRE STATION: TOPIC: ZONE SYSTEM by OWEN NEWMAN

Early in the twentieth century Ansel Adams and Fred Archer created the zone system to visualize and manage the tonality of photographs. Black and white photographers of the day, such as Adams and Yousef Karsh, created striking photographic prints using such techniques. How do we manage tonality in the era of digital photography? Does the zone system still apply? Find out at the April 23 Tips and Techniques session.

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