Eight Reasons to Go on a NANPA Regional Event

A young black bear eating berries © Dana Foley
A young black bear eating berries © Dana Foley

By Frank Gallagher, NANPA Blog Coordinator

A NANPA Regional Field Event is a three or four-day nature photography workshop, held in a highly photogenic location and led by experienced photographers who are intimately familiar with the area. OK, great. But what sets a Regional Event apart from a sea of other workshops? And what do I need to know to take full advantage of all the opportunities at a Regional Event? We asked the leaders and attendees of the recent Grand Teton Regional Event. They came up with eight reasons to go on a Regional Event and a few tips to prepare.

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