Images of Nature - Instruction - Workshops

Views of Nature Photography

What Happened in 2018

-On January 10th our Galapagos program to the Scholarship Group at Anthem Ranch in Broomfield, Colorado.

-On February 5th Bob was at the Aurora Society of Photographers He presented our popular Colorado Mountain Towns program and stayed to judge the club’s monthly member image submissions.

-On March 20th Bob presented our newest program on Photographing the Peruvian Amazon to the Mile High Wildlife Photo Club in Denver. He stayed to judge the club members's monthly images.

-We have entered into a relationship with the High Plains Library District. Bob presented a program on basic digital photography on March 13 at the Centennial Park Library in Greeley, on April 3rd at the Library in Erie, Colorado and on April 15th at the Riverside Library in Evans Colorado.  

- April 20th Bob was back at Pickens Tech judging the annual state wide SPOC photo competition and talking with the Photography students about the profession.

-Bob returned to The Gardens at Spring Creek in Fort Collins on May 5th to do a program on macro photography. The Gardens are a wonderful place to practice close up shooting and this class was a lot of fun!

-On May 10th our ever popular "Travel Photography for Fun and Profit?" at the Flatirons Photo Club in Boulder Following the program Bob participated in a critique of member images.

-Bob presented a Depth of Field and Hyperfocal workshop to the Urban Wildlife Photo Club at their June 5th meeting.

-On June 7th Bob Judged for Colorado Council of Camera Clubs 2nd Qtr. Competition - hosted by The Denver Photographic Society.

-On June 11th our "Photographing Colorado's Mining and Ghost Towns" program to a combined Loveland (Colorado) Photographic Society and Fort Collins Digital Camera Club (Colorado) meeting. In addition Bob did a short presentation on the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Non Consumptive User Roundtable, a group of people and organizations interested in the work CPW does regarding wildlife and habitat.

- July 18th our Galapagos program for the Windsor Gardens over 55 facility in Denver.

-We've started a relationship with the Rocky Mountain Conservancy, formerly the Rocky Mountain Nature Association. In July (27-29) Bob taught a three day Macro program. You can find out more about the Conservancy on the website: We will be teaching fall color class in September 2019.

-September 6th our program about photographing kids and grand kids at the Riverside Cultural Center-Evans Library in Evans Colorado. 

-On September 11, the Englewood Camera club hosted Bob for a presentation. The topic was our "Travel Photography for Fun and Profit?" After the program Bob judged the members submissions and provided a gentle critique.

-Bob presented a fall color workshop, including a one day field trip, at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science at the end of September. The destination for the trip was along Peak to Peak Highway, west of Boulder. Information on Museum classes is on their website.

-Our program on Colorado Mountain Towns on October 18 through the High Plains Library District. The Mountain Town presentation was part of the Erie local history program and was at the Erie Community Center.