Finding Yourself Needing to Connect Virtually?

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Webinars, videoconferences and other technologies help photographers connect with clients and fans.

by Teresa Ransdell, NANPA Membership Director

Countless professional photographers are suddenly having to cancel trips, postpone workshops and reschedule face-to-face classes and presentations.  How do you manage these unexpected challenges and find new ways to generate income or keep in touch with clients? Many are turning to virtual solutions.  But, if you’re unfamiliar with the online choices, where do you start?

I connect virtually with people a lot. For nearly ten years I’ve worked remotely on a daily basis— for multiple nonprofit associations, their members, volunteers, and boards of directors. That means I’m not treading new ground in learning how to work from home or connect virtually with clients, as many people are today.

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From the President: Tom Haxby

Bears, Salamanders and Snakes – Oh My!

NANPA High School Scholarship Program participants at Spruce Flats Falls. Photo by Tom Haxby.
NANPA High School Scholarship Program participants at Spruce Flats Falls. Photo by Tom Haxby.

“We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors; we borrow it from our children.”  I thought about that proverb a lot during the NANPA High School Scholarship Program in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, where I was one of the instructors. A month ago, ten high school students from around the country spent a week learning about photography, conservation, ethics, biodiversity and a whole lot more through this annual program, made possible by your donations to the NANPA Foundation.

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