NANPA Black Friday Offer

NANPA_LogoI have been a member of North American Nature Photography Association since its inception in 1994. Every year they hold well-attended regional events and a summit, attended by photographers such as me. As education is one of their missions, they offer scholarships to young, emerging nature photographers in high school and college.

From Black Friday to Cyber Monday, the North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA) will be offering 50% off of general membership to NEW members.

To learn more about this special deal and others, click the banner below and use the Promo Code: BLACKFRIDAY to get the discount starting on Friday, November 28th.


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Currents Magazine

CURRENTS, published by the North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA), is running an excerpt from Art’s latest book The New Art of Photographing Nature.

Currents Magazine

Interested in nature photography?  Consider joining NANPA

NANPA’s Mission –

NANPA promotes the art and science of nature photography as a medium of communication, nature appreciation, and environmental protection.

NANPA provides information, education, inspiration and opportunity for all persons interested in nature photography.

NANPA fosters excellence and ethical conduct in all aspects of our endeavors and especially encourages responsible photography in the wild.

Buy the book!

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NANPA: Lifetime Achievement

Last weekend I was given the Lifetime achievement award by the North American Nature Photographers Association (NANPA).  These are people that believe in the things I hold dear and we recognize that preserving the beauty of nature is a labor of love.

Countless thank yous to the members for their support and for recognizing my work.  It was a great honor and a lot of fun.

>>Learn more about NANPA

>>CLICK HERE for a great post by colleague Daniel J. Cox about all the weekend’s events. Thanks, Dan!

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Art Wolfe and James Balog to be honored by NANPA

At the Summit, NANPA will honor Art Wolfe with the Lifetime Achievement Award. We are delighted to announce that Art Wolfe will lead the celebration of NANPA’s 20th Anniversary program on Saturday night, March 2, 2013. Join us to share a celebration of Art’s impact on nature photography and NANPA.
Continuing the celebration, 2012 Environmental Impact Award – James Balog will be joining us to host a special private screening of his feature-length documentary, “Chasing Ice,” which chronicled the disappearance of glaciers in Iceland using film and 25 DSLR cameras over three years. The film won the award for Excellence in Cinematography for Documentary Films at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. James will be honored at the general session on Saturday morning.

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