Danae Wolfe shows how you can do “Macro on a Budget” in an upcoming NANPA webinar.
Have you made your resolutions for 2019? What will you be doing to grow as a photographer and improve the quality of your work?
We all can find ourselves in a rut. Maybe you’re shooting the same subjects, in the same way, at the same places. Maybe your inspiration or creativity feels tapped out. Maybe you’ve hit a plateau and your photography isn’t improving like it used to.
January is a purely arbitrary time to reassess your photography, but it’s something we should all do every so often. So, why not a set of New Year’s resolutions?
The North American Nature Photography Association produces an annual print/digital publication called Expressions. The journal highlights the top 250 photographs from the NANPA Showcase competition held each year. The 2018 edition of Expressions is now available.
The digital version is available free of charge to all current NANPA members. Simply go to the NANPA website and log into the Members’ Area and click the “Expressions” link. From this page, you can download the magazine for each year back to 2011.
A magazine-quality printed version of Expressions is available via the MagCloud link on the webpage. The print version is a beautiful publication to add to your collection, and you can enjoy it without having to be online.
NANPA Expressions is among the highest-quality annuals devoted to nature photography. We hope you’ll check it out soon!
NANPA Expressions 2017 highlights the top 250 photographs from the 2017 NANPA Showcase competition. This high-quality, printed, perfect-bound journal displays the very best photographs selected from thousands of submissions by a jury panel of industry professionals.
Images are arranged by submission categories: Mammals, Birds, Scapes, Macro/Micro, Altered Reality