From beginners to professionals, Evergreen Camera Club is for people who share a passion about photography of all kinds. The mission of the Evergreen Camera Club is to promote the art of photography for people living in and around the foothills of Colorado by providing a forum where each member can contribute and learn from others.
The Evergreen Fire Department where we host our meetings has now reopened their facility for meetings. Look at the details for each meeting to see if we are meeting in person, via zoom (we’ll still do those) or both!
Links to zoom presentation recordings and other information presented in past meetings are in the postings under Meetings/Events.
Mark your calendar for our general meeting on the 2nd Wednesday of every month, and Tips & Techniques meetings on the 4th Wednesday of many months – check back here for updates and details!
FREE PHOTOGRAPHY 101 LESSONS:
Do you understand all the basics of photography? Learn what it means to open up or stop down, when to stop action, when to allow your subject to blur and why. Learn which lens is best for each occasion and that ISO does not mean “In Search Of.” Click Here to watch this full hour of photography basics video with ECC’s master photographer Ellen Nelson.
If you are on Medicare, you can get free money for our club!
In case you didn’t know, ECC has a partnership with Element3 Health that is a win-win for you and our club. Element3 Health works with health plans like UnitedHealthcare to keep their members physically, socially and mentally active in activity ...
Here’s your chance to meet artists where they create their work. Evergreen’s Open Door Studios runs Saturday & Sunday, September 16 & 17, 2023, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The weekend is an opportunity for artists to show and explain their work. Visitors can meet the artist and see how he or she works, ...
Not only is there an opportunity to shoot acres of gorgeous flowers at Chatfield Farms, but there is also an incredible sculpture to immerse yourself in and shoot!
The sculpture is called “One Fell Swoop by Patrick Dougherty”
Dougherty’s immersive sculpture at Chatfield Farms in Littleton, CO is created by weaving flexible saplings and branches into a ...
Enjoy a quiet hour of evening light/golden hour photography in the tropical rainforest after we close our doors to the public. Snap photos of beautiful butterflies and exotic tropical flowers in the evening light. Sessions are offered monthly. For more information click here – https://butterflies.org/photo-hour/
Sessions are offered monthly starting at
Thursday, September 28, 2023, ...
Wonderful opportunity to shoot America’s national flower and the world’s favorite flower!
The park is dedicated to veterans who have served in any of America’s wars. It contains over 1800 roses of all types – hybrid teas, shrub roses miniatures, old garden roses and climbers.
5804 S Bemis St, Littleton, CO 80120
Open 24 hours
Discover the early work of renowned landscape photographer Ansel Adams in this exhibition of intimate yet majestic photos of the American West. Known best for his high-contrast photos made in the 1970s and 1980s, Adams’ earlier prints feature a softer focus, smaller scale and warmer tones, providing a glimpse into the evolution of the photographer’s ...
Mount Evans Home Health Care & Hospice and the Evergreen Camera Club have teamed together to bring you the Seasons of Our Mountains Calendar. We welcome professionals, amateurs, and novices to submit their favorite mountain area photos.
The 25 best photos submitted will advance to a community vote in July. The top 13 photographs will be included on the cover and each month of the year. The remaining 12 photographs will be included in the calendar as honorable mentions. The top three photos will win cash prizes.
Best of Show – $250 prize
Second Place – $100 prize
Third Place – $50 prize
Why Your Submission Matters
Your support of the Seasons of Our Mountains 2024 Calendar will help Mount Evans Home Health Care & Hospice provide love, compassion, care, and comfort to mountain residents during their most fragile and frightening moments. The proceeds help us provide the highest quality home health care, palliative care, hospice care, and emotional support for those who are grieving, caregiving, or adjusting to an illness or injury.
Thank you for sharing your talent. We can’t wait to see your photographs!