Member-hosted Online Resources

Classes, webinars, videos and portfolio reviews to support your nature photography

NANPA provides this database of privately-run online learning and review opportunities offered by our members but does not monitor or endorse such events in any way. NANPA membership is required to post an event. LOGIN or JOIN to add a listing.

Some offerings are free and others may charge a fee. A link is provided for you to learn more about the opportunities that interest you.

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CategoryTitleLead PhotographerURLFee Required?DescriptionLevel of Photographer Offering is Geared TowardPhotographer's E-mail
Portfolio ReviewPortfolio ReviewCindy Miller Hopkins is happy to review images by photographers with a skill level from beginner to professional. She enjoys providing creative critiques as well as sharing technical advice on wildlife and travel images. Her true expertise is centered on metadata, marketing images and the business of photography.Beginner/Novice; Intermediate; Advanced;
ClassBird PhotographyKathy Adams Clark birds is challenging. Join this class to learn about the cameras and lenses we use to capture photographs of birds. Learn about tripods, other camera supports, and flash. Also, learn where to successfully photography birds, how to stalk birds, and even how to build a backyard photo
ClassHocus Focus: Get Sharper PicturesRon Gaskins’re learning & becoming more familiar with your camera. You see that your photos are not dependably SHARP. We will discuss the methods and tools that will enable you to improve your photography with better focus! Ron Gaskins and Amanda Haddox will share their experience and knowledge of photography!Beginner/
Portfolio ReviewPortfolio ReviewJaymi Heimbuch, we work on strategies to improve not only your images but your presentations as well. Effective pitches and compelling captions can make the difference in communicating your story successfully and getting your photography seen by the world.Beginner/Novice; Intermediate;
Portfolio ReviewPortfolio ReviewBrenda Tharp a professional nature photographer and workshop instructor, Brenda has years of experience in advising people on ways to improve their photography. She will ask what you want from the review so she can tailor her comments accordingly. She’s also willing to discuss post-processing and answer questions about photography businesses.Beginner/Novice; Intermediate; Advanced;
Portfolio ReviewPortfolio ReviewMichael DeYoung welcomes reviews from all levels of photographers. Having widespread editorial and advertising publication credits, he offers more of a commercial and editorial perspective than fine art. He's been an active contributor to multiple stock agencies for over 30 years as well as doing national level editorial and commercial assignments.Beginner/Novice; Intermediate; Advanced;
Portfolio ReviewPortfolio ReviewSebastian Kennerknecht will review portfolios from any skill level. He'll first ask what the reviewee wants out of the review and will tailor his remarks accordingly. This can be constructive advice about the photographs or post-processing, information on the business of photography or answering questions to problems faced by the photographer.Beginner/Novice; Intermediate; Advanced;
Portfolio ReviewPortfolio ReviewSonia Wasco will review images with skill levels from beginner to professional. Sonia will bring an agent’s perspective to the photographer and will offer a discussion on sales potential to the creator. Sonia enjoys sharing potential marketing experience with her reviewees.Beginner/Novice; Intermediate; Advanced;
Portfolio ReviewPortfolio ReviewTom Wear has 30+ years of stock photography editing experience, both for commercial and editorial markets, so that is the perspective he brings to reviews, along with general composition and technical advice including post-production for appeal to stock agency clients. Any skill level is fine.Beginner/Novice; Intermediate; Advanced;
Portfolio ReviewPortfolio ReviewDawn Wilson primarily does wildlife but can also do landscape, editorial work and storytelling collection. Beginner and intermediate level of photographers.Beginner/Novice;
Portfolio ReviewPortfolio ReviewLisa Langell welcomes the beginner through advanced nature photographer with an emphasis on wildlife, floral and abstract work. Reviews will provide in-camera techniques, composition, use of lighting and also suggestions as-needed for post-processing tips using Photoshop.Beginner/Novice; Intermediate; Advanced;
Portfolio ReviewPortfolio ReviewGordon Illg has knowledge of most kinds of nature photography, and is willing to critique photographers wanting feedback on a selection of their images.Beginner/Novice; Intermediate; Advanced;
ClassConservation Photography 101Jaymi Heimbuchhttp://ConservationPhotographyCourses.comYesMaster how to find, photograph and pitch a powerful conservation story without the overwhelm of where to start, the stifling insecurity about getting the “right” images, or frustrating confusion over how to connect with editors.Beginner/Novice;