Welcome to High Desert Photographers!
Join us for a special guest speaker Mr. Darren Clark on February 13th!
7:00 PM at the Perfect Light Camera Store, 2169 E. 17th Street Idaho Falls, ID
Darren Clark grew up in Southeastern Idaho and has strong feelings about the landscape and inhabitants of the region. He earned an MFA in photography from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, LA, where he investigated the relationship between the natural and cultural geography of the region. He is currently photographing the landscape of The Snake River Plain of Idaho and is particularly interested in the structures and landscape associated with irrigation and agriculture. He divides his time between photographing, birding, fly-fishing, teaching, and his family. Darren, his wife Susan, and their three sons currently live in Rexburg, Idaho where he teaches photography at Brigham Young University-Idaho.
Darren has participated in numerous local and national exhibitions and his work is held in private and public collections.
To see more of his work visit the following web pages:
Please join us in welcoming Darren!
Guests are always welcome!
For photographers of all levels.
Meetings are on the second and fourth Thursday of each month.
7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Perfect Light Camera Store
2169 E 17th Street, Idaho Falls, Idaho
The purpose of the High Desert Photographers Club is to assist its members in improving their photographic skills through fellowship and involvement in club activities. High Desert Photographers is an excellent forum for expanding your vision as a photographer, learning new techniques, and sharing your work. Have fun learning from other highly experienced digital photographers, image editors, and printers. We offer anonymous critiques as well as photography workshops and field trips.
Join us as our guest to see for yourself how this process can inspire and assist you. The Club is serious about photography and open to new talent.
We chose a wide variety of programs to cover throughout the year and include special guest speakers, technique nights, and field trips. We have enjoyed lectures on composition, exposure, etc., after which members are encouraged to ask any questions which they may have concerning the subject matter of the night.
The 2nd meeting of the month is dedicated to photo critique. The Photo Critique night provides the opportunity to receive an informal critique of your photographs. Feedback from varying perspectives enriches the discussion - we won't always agree! The group is open to members of all levels - whether you're just starting out and want guidance on basic structure of your photos - strength and weaknesses or figuring out how to proceed - or you want input on choosing the strongest images, their sequencing, etc. for a show or portfolio.
Members may submit two photos. Photos should be emailed by 10:00 p.m. the night before to: email@example.com. Please size them no larger than 1920 px and 200 dpi.
Browse our website and learn more about membership and our competitions. Our Membership Information page provides details on our club. We suggest you come and visit us at one of our meetings on the second or fourth Thursday of each month, except in November and December. We would be happy to show you what we do.
MEMBERSHIP & DUES:
There are no restrictions on joining our club, you only need to be interested in photography. You don't even need to own a camera. Maybe you are retired and only enjoy the social aspect of the club or enjoy viewing the images entered by other members. Membership information can be found under the Organization tab.
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