The Denver CMC Photography Section is open to all ages and skill levels. Our activities include conducting specific hikes for photography opportunities, and meetings to learn more about a wide variety of photographic subjects and display personal and club work. Periodic trips to take advantage of photographic opportunities and social events round out the Photography Section’s current offerings.
Hikes are scheduled year round. They are conducted at a casual pace and include planned and unplanned stops to spend time taking photographs. Hikes and outings are listed in the trip schedule.
The monthly meeting typically consists of two portions. The first segment is a presentation on a photography topic, with discussion and questions encouraged to facilitate the exchange of ideas. This is followed by a review and critique of images from the section membership. Each month there is a theme for the images submitted, frequently the theme relates to a recent field trip or hike. In addition, the section will provide a Basics of Nature Photography class to the CMC based on an e-book, The Landscape Photographer’s Guide: Getting Started in Landscape Photography by Erik Stensland.
Come and meet us at 7:00 p.m. the second Wednesday of each month at the American Mountaineering Center (710 10th St, Golden) and bring your experience and ideas to the mix.
Section dues are $20 / year in addition to CMC membership. You will receive a bimonthly newsletter listing our many activities. Additional information can be obtained from the section chair Frank Burzynski firstname.lastname@example.org or on the Denver group site www.hikingdenver.net.
A collection of group member images, posted with permission.