NANPA hosts a webinar series for current NANPA members. Unless indicated otherwise, you must be a NANPA member to register for a webinar.

Login to the NANPA Members’ Area to reserve your spot for any webinar. Once registered, confirmation and access information will be sent via email.

Note: Any opinions expressed in the webinars are the opinions of the presenter and do not reflect the opinions of the NANPA organization.

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Dragonfly Photography

Exclusively for NANPA members. Become a member to attend.

July 14, 2020
3:00 pm EDT

presented by Kathy Adams Clark

Target Audience:


Length: 60 minutes

© Kathy Adams Clark

Wandering gliders, blue dashers, and jewelwings are but a few of the magnificent dragonflies and damselflies we can find in our area. You’ll learn about biology, camera settings, and gadgets in this class.

  • Basic biology of dragonflies
  • Where to find dragonflies
  • How to capture key field marks for identification
  • Camera settings to capture photos of dragonflies
  • Tele-extenders and extension tubes
  • Lenses
More about Kathy Adams Clark
Kathy Adams Clark

Kathy Adams Clark has been a professional nature photographer since 1995. She runs the stock agency KAC Productions that represents the work of 15 photographers.

Kathy’s photos have been published in hundreds of places including Family Fun, Nature’s Best, New York Times, Birder’s World, and Ranger Rick, as well as numerous books and calendars. Her photos also appear every week in the “Nature” column written by her husband, Gary Clark, in the Houston Chronicle. Kathy and Gary have produced ten books that combine their photography and writing, including Book of Texas Birds published by Texas A&M University Press and Backroads of Texas published by Voyageur Press.

You can visit Kathy online at:
Facebook @KathyAdamsClark
Instagram @Kathy_Adams_Clark

Email List 101: How to create and launch a successful mailing list

Exclusively for NANPA members. Become a member to attend.

July 21, 2020
12:00 pm EDT

presented by Jaymi Heimbuch

Target Audience:

Business of Nature Photography

Length: 60 minutes

Laptop with e-newsletter open. Fox image on laptop by Jaymi Heimbuch
Fox image © Jaymi Heimbuch

Why is having a continuously growing email list so important to both your business and your impact as a nature photographer? This is a really, really important question to be asking.

Even if you are an amateur photographer, or you’re barely getting started; even if you’re a pro who primarily does assignment photography; even if you don’t yet know why on Earth you’d use a list or what on Earth you’d email about, you absolutely need to be building an email list right now.

If you’re going to implement one single strategy that all marketers know is critical to success, I hope you implement a mailing list. It will make a difference in your reach, your efficacy, and even your income. By the end of this webinar you’ll know exactly what makes an email list so valuable, and you’ll know exactly how to get yours up and running with gusto.

More about Jaymi Heimbuch
Jaymi Heimbuch

Jaymi Heimbuch is a wildlife conservation photographer, writer, naturalist and instructor. She helps conservation photographers reach their biggest goals through online courses at Conservation Photography Courses and her membership community, Wild Idea Lab.

You can visit Jaymi online at: JaymiHeimbuch.com
Facebook @JaymiHeimbuchPhotography
or on Instagram and Twitter @jaymiheimbuch

Creative Composition: It’s Not What You Photograph, It’s How You Photograph

Exclusively for NANPA members. Become a member to attend.

Aug 11, 2020
7:00 pm EDT

presented by Jennifer King

Target Audience:


Length: 50 minutes + Q/A

© Jennifer King

A photo subject can be the same, yet captured in so many different ways. What makes one photograph stand out above the others? It is simple: a great composition.

Understanding how our vision responds to an image is the first step in achieving success. From the basics of line, color and form to the use of more advanced techniques, we will explore and discuss different artistic approaches used to create better photos and help you become a better photographer. Creativity spreads… come and catch it!

More about Jennifer King

Internationally acclaimed landscape and nature photographer with a passion for teaching and inspiring photographers around the world, Jennifer draws on her fine art and design background to bring a fresh perspective to nature photography. Her ability to teach composition and inspire creativity is unmatched.

Jennifer is named 1 of 15 Amazing Women to Follow by 500px and is Founder of PHOTOGRAPHY for the FIGHT AGAINST BREAST CANCER (pfabc.org), an industry wide organization bringing together the biggest names in photography to raise money for breast cancer research.

Find her photography, video tutorials and interviews in Outdoor Photographer Magazine, Outdoor Photography Guide, Camera in the Wild, Photography Talk, Smoky Mountains Journal of Photography, SouthxSoutheast, Our State Magazine, VIA Magazine and more.

Visit her online at:
Facebook @JenniferKingPhoto
Twitter @JenniferKingPro
Instagram @JenniferKing_photographer

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View past webinars

Recordings of most completed webinars are available to NANPA members as well. Visit the Members’ Area to access them. Below is a sneak peek at available topics:

Kathy Adams Clark: Butterfly Photography
Kirsten Tucker: Oh My Aching – Hands Edition
Lewis Kemper: Using the Local Adjustment Tools to Take Your Images Beyond the Ordinary – Lightroom & Photoshop
Lisa Langell: Easy Photoshop Techniques for Stunning Nature Photography
David DesRochers: Flower Photography @ Home
Susanna Euston: Infrared Photography: An Introduction
Greg Miller: Tripods – The Most Important Reason to Use One
Douglass Owen: Keeping Wildlife Photography Simple and Fun
Steve Gettle: Frozen Moments – High Speed Nature Photography
Steve Gettle: Caught in Motion – Action Techniques for Nature Photographers
Bob Coates: Getting the Most From Your Long Lens
Roie Galitz: Nature Photography in Extreme Conditions
Jennifer Leigh Warner & Krisztina Scheeff: Preparing for a Photography Trip to Grand Teton National Park
Deborah & Patrick Roy: Protect & Prepare Yourself – Tools & Medical Supplies To Always Include in Your Camera Bag
Paul Brooke: Wildlife Photography and Book Design
Scott Dere: Photographing Birds of Prey
Linda Burek:
Photographing While Traveling in an RV
Roie Galitz:
Wildlife Photography Around the World: The Secrets Behind the Lens  (not available in recorded form)
Krisztina Scheeff & David Hekel:
Grebes Dance on Water to Find a Mate
Alyce Bender:
An Introduction to Manual Marketing on Instagram
Shane McDermott: 
Breaking the Four Barriers of Creativity
Greg Miller:
Understanding Light to Make Better Landscape Photos
Greg Miller: 
Ten Guiding Thoughts for Making Better Landscape Photos
Shane McDermott: 
VisionQuest Photography
Charles Needle:
Pixels In Your Pocket: Creative iPhoneography
Danae Wolfe:
Macro on a Budget: Reverse Lens Macro Photography
Rosie Lalonde:
From Flat to Fabulous in 5 Minutes or Less
Josh Asel:
Don’t Take a Photo, Make a Photo
Tom Simpson:
Creative Video Nature Photography
Stephen Leimberg:
3 Magic Steps to Power Marketing
Jennifer Leigh Warner:
NANPA Town Hall: Creating an Ethical Field Approach
Wendy Shattil:
Photo Contest Secrets Revealed
Carl Johnson:
Chasing and Photographing the Aurora Borealis
Steven David Johnson:
Just Below the Surface – Photographing Life in Rivers, Creeks and Vernal Pools
Clay Bolt:
Tips for Macro Mastery
Frank Gallagher:
Intimate Landscapes
Kevin Dooley:
The Photographic Bucket List
Jaymi Heimbuch:
Project Management for Photographers: Strategies to Stay on Track from Shoot to Publication
Jackie Kramer: Editing Your Floral Photography
Rick Sammon:
Wildlife & Landscape Photography: The Evolution of an Image
Mollie Isaacs:
From Ordinary to Extraordinary
Andy Williams: Best Practices for the Traveling Photographer
Margo Taussig Pinkerton: On Plagiarism in Photography
Jennifer King: Creative Composition: The Influence of Design in Photography
Jackie Kramer: Flowers – How to Bring Them to Life Through Your Lens (Part 1)
Jacqueline Deely: Polar Travel Photography – An Insider’s Guide
Kathy Adams Clark: Organizing, Cataloging and Keywording: Preparing Your Images for the Future
Tim Grey: Lessons Learned About Lenses
David Meyers: The New Plane – Cameras That Fly
Peter Zelinka: Photographing the Milky Way
Dawn Wilson: Incorporating Twitter Into Your Photography Business Marketing Plan
Steve Sands: The 2017 North American Solar Eclipse: How to Safely View & Photograph This Spectacular Event
Don Komarechka: Photographing Snowflakes
Mollie Isaacs: Mighty Macro
JP Bruce:Using Your Vehicle as a Photography Aid
Scott Mead: Protecting Your Digital Legacy
Lisa Langell: Stop Documenting. Start Creating Beautiful Wildlife Images 2-part series
Gen Benjamin & Bill Rudock: The 12 Elements of an Award-winning Image
Cheryl Opperman: Preparing for a Trip to Rocky Mountain National Park
Tim Grey: Targeted Adjustments in Photoshop
Jaymi Heimbuch: Images for Advocacy- How to Create a Conservation Photography Project
Eric Bowles: Go with the Flow- Tips and Techniques for Photographing Water in the Landscape
Kathy Adams Clark: Photography at Night
Sean Bagshaw: Exposure Blending for Extended Dynamic Range
Gordon Illg: Finding Your Vision- Making Your Images Stand Out
Ruth Hoyt and John Pickles: Photographing Birds in Flight
Cynthia Soroka-Dunn:Taking the Leap to Become a Fine Art Photographer
Bob Ware: How to Register Your Copyright
Laurie Rubin: The Decisive Moment in Wildlife Photography
Tim Grey: Top Tips for Organizing in Lightroom
Margo Taussig Pinkerton: Creativity: Seeking Your Own Vision
Bobbie Goodrich: Painting with Filters
Mike Moats: The Reality of Making Money in Nature Photography
Beverly Delidow: Special Delivery for Webinars: Designing & Delivering Your Presentation
Gordon Illg: After the Flood – North American Deserts