David says about his presentation: In my presentation I will be showing how to take a proper exposure of the starry skies, the gear that is required, finding dark skies, creating compelling compositions with unique foregrounds, and how to light them.
Wendy was the first woman awarded Grand Prize in the world's most prestigious wildlife photography contest, England's BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition. "A highlight of my life was the day of the BBC awards ceremony at the London Natural History Museum. Sir David Attenborough, presenting the Grand Prize, said the most beautiful things about my photo, "Young Red Fox"."
Vivian Keulards is a portrait photographer, born and raised in the Netherlands and currently living in Evergreen (Colorado), where she works on several projects. In 2009 she succesfully graduated at the Photo Academy in Amsterdam.
Her fascination for images and photography started at the KUN University (Nijmegen, Netherlands) where she gained a Master Degree in Communication Science in 1995.
She also participated in inspiring Masterclasses of Carl de Keyzer, Rob Hornstra and more.
FEBRUARY SPEAKER - DR. STEPHEN GOODMAN - His topics will include his travels from 2012 covering stuff from Bosque, Tanzania, Santa Clara Ranch in south Texas and Alaska, as well as events and places in the Denver area
A long time resident of Colorado, Steve Goodman has been photographing the world’s animals and birds for more than thirty years. In real life he is a physician and biochemical geneticist at University of Colorado School of Medicine. His work can be seen on his own web site, at www.artworknetwork.com, and at the Reed Photo-Art
Vic Schendel has lived amongst the splendors of the western U.S. for most of his life. An outdoor photographer for many years, he is also a master of another type of fine art; photography was his second career after an award-winning span as a painter, when he used photographs as references for his oil paintings of wildlife and western subjects. Today, he still paints on occasion, but being outdoors with his camera has become his true passion.
NOVEMBER 14, 2012 GENERAL MEETING: BIOGRAPHY FROM CATHY & GORDON ILLG
We are full time nature photographers whose work is widely published, including numerous covers of magazines like Backpacker, Defenders, National Geographic Young Explorer and National Wildlife. Several of our images decorate the tails of Frontier Airlines' jets, and our second book, Dynamic Wildlife Photography, has been well received.
OCTOBER 10, 2012 MEETING PRESENTER: DAN BALLARD ON TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHY
Dan Ballard is an internationally known travel and landscape photographer from Colorado. His images take you on a visual journey to some of the world's most beautiful and far-reaching corners. Dan has visited nearly 50 countries on 5 continents around the globe, and his work has attracted the attention and praise of some of the biggest names and companies in the photo industry.
Harry does the Outback
Bio of Harry Sherwood
Stan Hill M.D. has been a member of Evergreen Camera Club for three years. When he is not treating skin conditions as a dermatologist he enjoys photographing mainly wildlife and landscapes though he is expanding his interests into macro, portrait and travel.
Margie Sterlin and Bill Vogel will be presenting a travelogue of China. Margie has made many trips to China and other southeast Asia countries due to her husband working in the region. Bill, on the other hand made his first trip to China, but not his last, this past October/November. Both are members of the Evergreen Camera Club and have collaborated on putting this presentation together. The travelogue will start in Shanghai and travel through China, including Tibet, down the Yangtze River to conclude in Hong Kong.