Black Canyon Camera Club will be hosting its fourth annual photography show and sale at the Creamery Arts Center in Hotchkiss June 8-30. Photographers are invited to submit up to four photographs in one of three classes (18 and under, novice, and open).
Nolan Thornberry won "Best of Show" honors for his photograph, "Bald Eagle," at the photography show hosted by the Black Canyon Camera Club last week. The show was held at Bill Heddles Recreation Center May 25-27.
In the open category, winners were:
The ImpressionZ Gallery's artist of the month is photographer Rae-Ada Ann Simmons.
Since 2003, she has been involved with photography and photo editing.
Black Canyon Camera Club will host the Chasing Light photography show and sale May 25-27, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., at Bill Heddles Recreation Center.
This entertaining show will be a display of just photographs, unframed and not matted.
Sandy Wilt's near 30-year-long affection for the photographic hobby has filled her life with enjoyment, adventure and many friendships. She looks forward to a future of excitement from her avocation, a future which, perhaps surprisingly, she views as "a little bit scary, too."
Get yourself and your computer ready to take and make great pictures for the holidays. Black Canyon Camera Club is hosting a one-day digital seminar by Steve Traudt Saturday, Oct. 15, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Bill Heddles Recreation Center in Delta.
Cedaredge photographer Sandy Wilt has had one of her works chosen by popular vote to appear in the 2017 Bank of Colorado calendar.
Many people in Cedaredge know Wilt and have seen her at work during local events using her professional camera and lens equipment to capture high quality images of local people and places.
With summer winding down, folks are giving thought to fall excursions. The DCI wants to share your favorite fall color loop, day trip, or overnight camping outing.
Black Canyon Camera Club is hosting "Color Me Ansel," a western Colorado photography show and sale to be held at Bill Heddles Recreation Center in Delta May 11-14.
This show will celebrate the classic landscape photography of Ansel Adams and other masters of photography.
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