The Friends of Hagerman Nature Photography Club promotes interest in Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge and encourages preservation of wildlife and habitats by supporting, assisting and educating nature photographers of all levels.
The Friends of Hagerman Nature Photo Club meets bimonthly at Hagerman NWR for a technical program and photo sharing. The club is open to anyone interested in nature photograph, regardless of experience or type of equipment. Visitors are welcome; for those who wish to join, dues are just $5 per year, however, membership in the Friends of Hagerman NWR is required.
The Nature Photo Club sponsors photo shoots on the Refuge, and an annual Refuge photo contest. Club members also participate in photography projects on behalf of the Friends and the Refuge.
The topic of our meeting on July 16, 2016, was “Focusing", presented by Rob Hull. Rob is a Certified Professional Photographer and owner of Coppell, Texas based GreatPhotography. Rob started GreatPhotography over 20 years ago and in that time has offered commercial, portrait and freelance services to thousands of clients.
Rob's also been a popular photography instructor with SMU's Continuing and Professional Education. Since 1998 over 3,000 students have attended his classes and programs at the SMU-in-Plano campus. In addition to classes and seminars, Rob also host photography workshops throughout the world. Students have enjoyed these workshops in such majestic locals as Banff National Park, Olympic National Park, the Grand Tetons, the desert southwest and the Texas Hill Country. He’s recently hosted photography programs in the Greek Islands, Columbia, Panama and Costa Rica.
Photos taken at Hagerman in July and August and shared for the meeting are posted in the web Gallery.
If you are not on our email list for photo club announcements, let us know that you want to participate through Contact on this website.