Our Guest Speaker for February is:

Jami Tarris & Theo Allofs

Jami Tarris has been photographing for over 30 years. During this time she fell in love with nature photography and started photographing wildlife and landscapes full-time as a professional nature photographer 14 years ago.  Her work focuses on conservation issues, endangered species and fragile landscapes. Since then she has published in books, magazines and newspapers worldwide. Her work has been featured in National Geographic, Africa Geographic, the Guardian, Outdoor magazine, BBC, Nature’s Best, Ranger Rick and more.  She has won several awards in the prestigious BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year, the Windland Smith Nature’s Best and the National Wildlife Foundation. Her images have been exhibited in museums such as the Smithsonian, London’s Natural History Museum, and the Natural History Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia and others. Jami’s work with critically endangered orangutans has been published in magazines and newspapers worldwide.
 

Theo Allofs has been a full time professional photographer for the past 30 years. In 1995 he started to specialize in wildlife and nature photography with a strong focus on endangered animals and threatened habitats. His work has been published in all major natural history and other renowned magazines and newspapers around the world including National Geographic Magazine, Smithsonian, Time Magazine, New York Times, Newsweek, GEO, American Photo. He is author/photographer of seven books including coffee table books about the Yukon, Namibia, Australia and the Pantanal. “Pantanal – South America’s Wetland Jewel” was voted by Discover Magazine as one of the ten best scientific oriented books of the year. During his career Theo has won numerous international awards, including 12 awards in the prestigious BBC Wildlife Photographer Of The Year competition.
His Fine Art Prints have been purchased by clients around the globe and many museums worldwide have exhibited his work, including the Natural History Museum in London, the Smithsonian and the Annenberg Space Museum for Photography.

Jami and Theo met on the Arctic frozen tundra while photographing polar bears and their newborn cubs. They have been photographing together ever since. Theo tells everyone that they met in a polar bear den, but Jami will correct him and tell you they met before they were actually crazy enough to slide down into the empty polar bear den together!

Attend our Club Meeting on ZOOM:

 Thursday, February 4th at 6:15 p.m.

If you need assistance or have questions about getting on Zoom for meetings or education nights, please contact us via email at inlandempirephotoclub@gmail.com. 

Also, meeting will open up by 6pm for those who may need help setting up.

See your monthly Club newsletter for the meeting link

EDUCATION NIGHT

3rd Thursday of each month

Check the Club newsletter for the latest info

 WEEKLY PHOTO "SHOOT & SHARE"


Club members are encouraged to participate in this weekly challenge

 
See the Club Facebook Art Wall page
 

JANUARY MONTHLY CHALLENGE: 

"New"

> Photos must be taken in the month of January.

> Name the file as follows:  YOUR_NAME.JPG

> Image must have NO WATERMARKS

Photos must adhere to these rules in order to qualify.

Winning photo receives a mounted 12" x 18" print from

COLORPLAK

Upload your photo on the "IEPC Upload Links" page

Congratulations to Beth Jeffery,

Our November Challenge Winner

IMAGE GALLERIES

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2021 Guest Speakers

2021 Featured Photographers

Monthly

Challenge

Every month we have a new image subject challenge that is shown at the meetings.

NOVEMBER

challenge is:

"FALL COLORS"

Photos must be taken in the month of August.

Please also remember
  CHANGE THE FILE NAME TO YOUR NAME  & NO WATERMARKS.
Photos must adhere to these rules in order to qualify.

Winning Photo gets a 

12" x 18" print from

COLORPLAK

Upload your

photo on the

"IEPC Upload Links" page

VISIt

Us

on

zoom

Our Club Meets on the First  Thursday of the Month at 6:15 p.m.

Next Meeting is:

Thursday,

February 4th, 2021

Go to the

"IEPC Upload Links" 

for the Zoom

meeting link

QUARTERLY

CHALLENGE

Every quarter we have an image theme that is presented and voted on by member peers at the designated meeting.

2020's 1ST Quarter peer contest:

"OUT OF FOCUS"

Members must be present to participate.

QUARTERLY CONTEST IS CURRENTLY ON HAITUS

DURING COVID

Outings

& Events

We shutter to think of a world where we could not picture ourselves together capturing its beauty.  Shoot, it can frame up to be a snappy way to develop lasting friendships!

Throughout the month  we gather for local events and private photo challenges!

To upload your photos or to access event websites:

Go to the "IEPC Upload Links" page button at the top. 

Image

Review & Education Night

Every other month we will have an Education or Image Review Night.

Education nights consist of small hour or so lessons of the introductory & beginning photography processes.

Image Review nights consist of viewing and constructively critiquing 

photos submitted by member peers.

OUTINGS
SUGGESTION
BOX

PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS!

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Colorplak is the generous sponsor of our monthly and quarterly challenges.

Comments/Questions

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Become a member!

Inland Empire Photo Club welcomes all visitors and new members to our club regardless of photographic experience or skill level!  

We meet the 1st Thursday of each month. Membership is $35 annually and you may attend your first meeting for free just to try us out!

NEW MEMBER APPLICATION

Please fill out PDF and bring to an IEPC meeting.

ATTENTION:

NEW  IEPC MEMBERS

ACCESS OUR FULL WEBSITE:

Click on the "Members" page

Click on the "Sign Up" link

Once you're approved, you'll be able to login with the password you created.

If paying with credit card click the "Check out with PayPal" button on the first screen, then select the "Pay with Credit Card" option on the screen that follows.

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