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June 02, 2016
Montana's Rocky Mountain Front
June 2-6, 2016 : The dramatic front range of the Rocky Mountains serves as our backdrop for a most compelling weekend of photography opportunities. The Front Range is one of the most protected and well-loved areas in all of Montana.
June 03, 2016
June 06, 2016
The Palouse in Spring
June 6-10, 2016 : The undulating terrain, the textures colors, lines and shapes of the wheat covered fields just lends itself perfectly for creative photography. We go to Palouse Falls twice capturing the incredible sunrise and sunset of this 198' waterfall. This is 4.5 days of landscape creativity at its best. Limited to 5, don't get lost in a big group, we'll also do the red barns, old farm equipment and he have flexibility if there's something special you'd like to capture. More information at http://www.TimBoyerPhotography.com, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
June 07, 2016
Alaska s Glaciers in Harriman Fjord
June 7-8, 2016 : Join us on one of two full day photo excursions on a privately chartered boat taking us to one of the most spectacular places in Prince William Sound - Harriman Fjord. Gain confidence in your technique and learn techniques to capture captivating images of the tidewater glaciers, spectacular waterfalls, massive peaks, and marine wildlife from this pristine Alaskan jewel.
For more information, and to register, visit http://deyoungphotoworkshops.com/alaska-photography-tours/glaciers-in-harriman-fjord-nature-photo-tour/
COSTA RICA WILDLIFE BIRDS and FUN
June 7 - 18, 2016 : This is my first out-of-the-country (USA) workshop. I have talked with a photographer in Costa Rica, and we picked out the best places to find a variety of birds, wildlife, and relaxing fun. June offers a little rain, but colorful backgrounds. Price is low if we have 10 people and a bit lower if we have a maximum of 15! For more details check here - http://www.suejarrett.com/wildlife-trips.html
June 09, 2016
June 12, 2016
Digital Complete Nature Photography Course #1
June 12-18, 2016 : The DCNPC is unique. The course stresses the importance of sound photographic techniques, emphasizing exposure, composition, and flash to make THE BEST IMAGES YOU CAN, RIGHT IN THE CAMERA. However, shooting digital provides a completely unique advantage-allowing photographers to combine Photoshop techniques to maximize their creative and digital potential, and you'll be learning how this can be done. You'll see photography as you never have before, developing a competence in your skills while learning exciting new ways to further your artistic vision. Click the link to read the brochure with all the details.
Limited to 12 participants
McDonald Wildlife Photography
June 13, 2016
Wildlife Babies with Adventure Photography
June 13-16, 2016 : North American wildlife babies in great habitat. We'll photograph 10 species in 3 days--babies, groups, flowers, water. It's a great way to obtain a lot of stock in a short time.
June 14, 2016
June 15, 2016
Acadia National Park and the Puffins
June 15-19, 2016 : Photograph some of the most spectacular lighthouses, harbors and scenery on the East Coast.
Included is a boat trip to photograph both a Puffin colony and Seals.
This workshop is led by professional nature photographer John Slonina who has been leading tours there for several years. Authorized permittee of the national park.
Small Group Size: 6 People
Transportation Provided from Hotel to Field Locations
June 18, 2016
Breeding Birds of Churchill
June 18-23, 2016 : Every serious bird and nature photographer should visit Churchill at least once. This photographic workshop has been scheduled to coincide with the burst of life that occurs in June. Birds will be everywhere and it is light for 18 hours a day in Churchill at this time of year. With beautiful breeding colored feathers and landscape backdrops of light purple, and tundra landscapes you will be sure to capture a photo to be framed for your collection. There is an abundant amount of photo opportunities everywhere! Species Include: Red-necked Phalarope, eiders and scoters in breeding plumage and nesting Arctic Terns. Pacific Loon, Long-tailed Ducks and Common Mergansers.
David Hemmings 905 721-8726
Palouse in Springtime
June 18 - 23, 2016 : Join us in the rolling hills of the Palouse in Washington State from June 18-23, 2016 or June 24-28, 2016. We will photograph old barns and homesteads, the vivid green colors of the rolling farmland, vintage vehicles, crop dusters, and much more. See http://www.shutterbugphototours.com for details
June 20, 2016
Coastal Brown Bears of Alaska
June 20-26 : See the magnificent Alaskan Brown Bears in their native environment doing what bears do naturally. This trip is timed for the arrival of the sows with their cubs. This is the time of the highest concentration of bears in the area. This location averages about 25 bears in the vicinity of the lodge during the period we ll be there. The bears will be feeding in the grass (sedging) and clamming on the mud flats during the low tide. The cubs will be playful providing us lots of interaction providing some wonderful photographic situations. Sub-adult bears will spar learning important lessons for later in life.
June 21, 2016
June 22, 2016
Around Admiralty Island, Alaska-Photo Expedition
June 22-30, 2016 : Glaciers, bears, whales, eagles, and waterfalls! Visit http://www.markkelley.com/around-admiralty-island-alaska for info!
Grand Tetons Majestic Landscapes with Jennifer Kin
Jun 22-25, 2016 : 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.
NANPA members 10% discount. Enter NANPA10 at checkout.
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Iceland Photo Tour
June 22-July 3 : Iceland has it all--iceburgs, puffins, waterfalls, ponies, great scenery. Join us for an unforgettable trip!
June 23, 2016
June 24, 2016
June 27, 2016
Brazilian Pantanal Photo Tour
27 June 6 July 2016 : In Brazil, the Pantanal is the world's largest tropical wetland - 80% submerged during the rainy season, November through March. The floodwaters deposit sediments enriching the soil and supporting a highly diverse collection of species. It s home to an amazing number of animals --howler monkeys, capybaras, toucans, parrots, anteaters, anacondas, caimans, tapirs, giant river otters, hyacinth macaws, and jaguar. When we are there in June, the water is drying up. Animals concentrate and compete for this limited resource. From eco-friendly private ranches, we will explore the Pantanal by boat, vehicle, and on foot. Tour limited to 6 participants.
Organizer/Leader: Irene Hinke-Sacilotto
For info: http://www.ospreyphoto.com
or call 410-679-2873
Phone: (410) 679-2873