NANPA Regional Event, Slough Creek, Lamar Valley, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA. © Sean Fitzgerald
What are NANPA Regional Events?
– NANPA Regional Events are field tours taking place over three to four days.
– Events are led by two or three outstanding NANPA members with extensive knowledge of the area.
– Attendance is limited to 22 – 30 participants and leaders are available to help with photography questions.
– Opportunity for photo review and brief critiques at end of event.
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