NANPA Events Calendar
July 01, 2015
July 1-5, 2015 : The award winning Adirondack Museum has been serving the Adirondack community for more than 50 years, so where better to serve as base camp for our photographic exploration of these historic mountains.The opportunities within the 46 acre museum campus offers us many opportunities to not only enhance our knowledge of the human history of the region but to capture images of our own to help us tell the mountain's stories. Nearby are majestic grand landscapes as well as intimate mountain and forest stories to capture. Used the promo code NANPACAL2015 for a $60 NANPA discount when registering NLT 60 days prior to this workshop.
Washington State Bald Eagles and Sea Birds
July 1-5, 2015 : Join award winning photographer Nate Chappell to photograph dozens of Bald Eagles preying on spawning fish at Hood Canal, WA. It's a great location for action photography as squabbles between eagles and between eagles and herons are common. We will also take a boat trip to photograph seabirds such as puffins, auklets and murres as well as visit a guillimot colony. Nate will give presentations on photographing birds in the wild and using fill flash for bird photography.
July 08, 2015
July 8-11, 2015 : There is no workshop location that offers such diversity and beauty that the Grand Tetons offers for photographers. The backdrop of majestic mountains set against reflecting lakes, flowers and barns offer us the most incredible photo opportunities. From the Grand Teton range in Wyoming to the Teton Valley Range in Idaho, this 4-day workshop will guide you through the many vistas that the Teton range has to offer.
Jennifer King Photography Workshops offers only SMALL GROUP photography workshops with personalized, hands-on attention in the field and classroom to provide you with the best photographic adventure and learning experience. Professional Guides and Professional Photographers, all required permits and permissions.
For workshop listings: http://www.jenniferkingphoto.com/
July 09, 2015
July 9 - 11th, 2015 : From Cape Kiwanda to Cape Perpetua, this is the bes of the central Oregon Coast. Cape Kiwand, Yaquina Head Lighthouse, Thor's Well, Boiler Bay, The Three Brother's, Little Haystack Rock, Seal Rocks, and a lot more. Small group, lots of learning. Email questions to Tim at firstname.lastname@example.org
July 10, 2015
July 10-24, 2015 : Join Dan and Tanya on an 11 day voyage in the Norways archipelago! The ship is not too small but not too large 54 guests. It has a fine reputation for polar expedition cruising due to its strength, maneuverability and small number of cabins. Polar bears create an unforgettable spectacle whether hunting seals on pack ice, shepherding cubs along the beach or swimming near our Zodiacs. High above the Arctic Circle, well explore deep fjords, polar deserts, tundra tinged with wildflowers and vast glaciers calving into the sea. Summer in the Arctic! On foot and by Zodiac, well visit abandoned whaling settlements, search for walrus, Arctic fox and reindeer and revel in millions of migratory birds, including little auks, guillemots and puffin. The seas are alive with whales along with bearded and possibly ringed seals.
For additional details, please visit our website: http://www.naturalexposures.com/wildife-photo-tours/tour/2015-svalbard-arctic-photography-tour/
July 11, 2015
July 11-19, 2015 : Stimulate your sense of wonder and adventure with award-winning photographer Jeff Parker through three different Costa Rican eco-systems.
Costa Rica has rightly earned a reputation as a must see destination for nature tourists. The variety of habitats packed into this small country enable it to harbor more bird species than the entire continental United States. Not only does Costa Rica pack a punch with the number of species, but so many of them are vibrantly colorful.
Olympic National Park: Gem of the Northwest
July 11 - 16th, 2015 : Join Rod Barbee & Victoria Dye for the majesty of the Olympics. From early morning sunrises in the mountains to evenings on the coast, lush old growth forests, subalpine fields of flowers, tidepools and coastal sunsets; Olympic National Park covers a wide range of landscapes. Join us for a fabulous experience in the Northwest.
email: victoria at victoriasimages.com
July 16, 2015
July 16-23, 2015 : Join Shoot The Light host Michael Milicia for a visit to the land of puffins and the midnight sun. This field-intensive and bird-centric workshop will be based on a small remote island off the coast of Iceland which is home to about 100 people and 1 million seabirds!
This is a "one stop shopping" location for the serious bird photographer with large numbers of nesting Atlantic puffins, Arctic terns, black-legged kittiwakes, razorbills, northern fulmars, golden plovers, snow buntings, red-necked phalaropes, and more. The island also features a picturesque lighthouse and church, distant snow-covered mountain backdrops, and a small group of photogenic Icelandic horses.
Basing ourselves on the island will give participants the freedom and flexibility to photograph wherever, whenever, and whatever they choose during the 22 hours of daylight that will be available each day. Time that might otherwise be spent unpacking, repacking, and driving from place to place can instead be spent in the field and you will not be dependent on group transportation to get you to the optimum shooting locations at the time of your choosing. This extended field time will also allow for more instruction, including more opportunities for one-on-one sessions and individualized coaching as desired.
Of all the species on the island, the puffins tend to steal the show. This is an especially good location for photographing puffins in small and large groups and for photographing puffins in flight with birds flying by at near eye level at a rate of dozens per minute at various times of day. You will be free to roam the entire island but some of the best photography will be found within a few hundred yards of our guest house. We have timed the workshop to take place after the puffin chicks have hatched so that we will also have the adults bringing mouthfuls of fish back to their burrows.
In addition to the multitude of land-based avian opportunities, there will also be an excursion by boat which will provide an entirely different perspective including great looks at the nesting cliffs and birds resting on the water.
Accommodations on the island will be at a simple but modern guest house with private rooms, shared baths, and wi-fi. Arrangements have been made to have all meals catered at the guest house which will allow us to have even a bit more time in the field each day.
Palouse Workshop: The American Tuscany
July 16-19, 2015 : The Palouse region is the American Tuscanywith rolling hills of wheat, beautiful old barns, and panoramic viewpoints this unique landscape provides opportunities to capture the grand landscape as well as abstract intimate details. The farmland utilizes only what nature provides for irrigation which means there are no distracting watering systems to detract from the majestic old world feel to the landscape.
July 18, 2015
On-going (One Day Class) : From dramatic landscapes, seascapes, large and small wildlife this area has it all. The weather always adds drama to your images be it thick fog or beautiful sunsets. Photo opportunities include the iconic (and weathered) lighthouse, beach scenes such as Drakes Bay's beautiful "Cliff's of Dover" geography, sand dunes, and of course the old fishing boat wreck, the "Point Reyes".
Seasonal wildlife abounds in the area including raptors, marine animals such as elephant seals, creatures in tide pools, as well as the Elk herd (some of the largest wild animals west of the Rockies).
July 22, 2015
July 22-26, 2015 : Join photographer Jason Savage in Glacier National Park for four days of epic landscapes and wildlife. This workshop will focus on mountain landscapes, waterfalls, wildlife, and macro wildflowers.
Space is limited to 6 participants.
Newport on the Oregon Coast
July 22-26, 2015 : Join Rod Barbee and Victoria Dye as we lead you on this amazing coastal adventure. Seals, sea lions, tide pools, harbors, lighthouses and more along the beautiful Oregon Coast. I love the rich diversity of wildlife on the west coast. Combine that with the rocky landscape and lighthouses for a wide variety of subjects. Since we're in Newport, we'll be visiting the local harbors for fun abstracts with colors and textures, reflections and boats galore! Then there's the local aquarium for close-up looks at tufted puffins! This quaint town has great fresh seafood and is just fun to wander around. Finally, we'll have daily instruction in Lightroom.
Email: victoria at victoriasimages.com
July 24, 2015
July 24-26, 2015 : Join me in beautiful Steamboat Springs, Colorado for a fun and educational workshop. Learn a variety of techniques to capture an image on your iPhone and also add creative effects - create cool panoramas, learn easy image retouching, add textures, enhancement effects, borders and more. You can work on images made with any camera. Stay a few extra days to enjoy the fabulous Rocky Mountains in July!
Maine Coast Downeast
July 24-28, 2015 : Join us as we travel to the remote Downeast Maine Coast. We will photograph some incredible landscapes including Quoddy Head Light which is the eastern most point in the US. We also will be taking multiple boat rides to see Puffins, Seals, Whales, Eagles, Lighthouses, and other coastal landscapes. We will also visit Campobello Island in Canada.
July 26, 2015
July 26-31, 2015 : The Great Camp Sagamore in Raquette Lake, NY is one of three historic Adirondack Great Camps built by William West Durant that are designated as National Historic Landmarks great camps. The camp itself will flavor our photography and set the appropriate Adirondack tone to a rich and rewarding photographic experience. Add to that opportunities to explore thousands of wilderness acres surrounding the great camp, as well as mountain venues only short drives away and you'll marvel at how much we're able to fit into our schedule. From the mountains themselves to the Adirondack inspired architecture of this great camp, to intimate mountain streams and peaceful mountain lake sunsets every turn will provide opportunities for artful expression with your camera. Used the promo code NANPACAL2015 for a $60 discount when registering at least 60 days prior to the start of this Sagamore photo retreat.
July 28, 2015
July 28 - 30th, 2015 : A compositional wonderland for photographers. Experiment with lines, forms, texture, shapes and curves to create stunning images in a magical place. Golden wheat fields, incredible light, and all the usual Palouse subjects, red barns, old farm equipment, silo and more.
July 31, 2015
July 31- August 14, 2015 : Join professional wildlife photographer Suzi Eszterhas in photographing the wildlife of Brazil:
Visit the best places in the world to see and photograph wild jaguars, giant anteaters, maned wolves, giant otters, hyancinth macaws and much more.
Photograph jaguars from spacious boats with extra empty seats - for easy shooting from both sides of the boat and more room for gear.
Unlike other photo tours, our special itinerary takes you off the beaten path to the best locations for photographing some of Brazils most elusive mammals, including giant anteaters and maned wolves.
As a tour designed for keen photographers (of all skill levels), weve carefully selected only the very best places for wildlife photography and are skipping the rest.
Travel as a small group and receive one-to-one instruction fromprofessional wildlife photographer Suzi Eszterhas.
July 31 - August 14, 2015
For more information and bookings, please visit
About Suzi Eszterhas:
California-based wildlife photographer Suzi Eszterhas spends several months of the year shooting a wide variety of wildlife in the field. In recent years, she has specialized in documenting family life of endangered species and has become well known for her unprecedented work with newborn animals. Although Suzi works primarily in Africa, she has undertaken commissions and led instructional photography tours and workshops all over the world. Her photographs have been published in books, magazines and newspapers all over the world, including, Smithsonian, Audubon, BBC Wildlife, Scientific American, GEO, National Geographic Kids, Ranger Rick and more. Most recently, her iconic picture of an Adelie penguin was featured on the front cover of Time Magazine.