Maximize Your NANPA Event Experience by Staying Longer

Photo of waterfall.  Munising Falls, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore: I photographed here with the workshop group, and we had enough space and time to explore the falls from different angles and get some nice fall shots.
Munising Falls, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore: I photographed here with the workshop group, and we had enough space and time to explore the falls from different angles and get some nice fall shots.

Story & photos by Ann Collins

Photography workshops and conferences inspire, motivate, and educate. They can also rev up your creative engine. Whether you’ve flown to the event or driven an hour from home to get there, keep your creativity flowing by staying longer, immersing yourself in nature and photography.

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Photographers’ New Year’s Resolutions

The words 'new years resolutions' are displayed in the center of a page on a vintage typewriter.
Photo by Matthew Henry via Burst.

It may seem trite to talk about resolutions for the new year but, really, it’s as good a time as any to challenge yourself.  Are there things you can do to improve your photography?  To improve your business?  To increase the satisfaction and enjoyment you get from your photography?

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Choosing A Photography Workshop

Shooting the rapids on Calamity Brook. © Tom Dwyer

Story & Photographs by Tom Dwyer

 

How do you know if a photography workshop you are considering is right for you? Good question, huh? I’ve asked it myself and I’ve heard it asked many times, so I thought I’d try to answer it in case it’s a question that’s on anyone’s mind.

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