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July 03, 2016
Reptiles & Amphibians Photography Workshop #2
July 3-7, 2016 : Imagine obtaining a subject-level, full-frame portrait of a tropical rhinocerous viper, one of the most deadly snakes in the world. Imagine being eye-level with a hooding Indian Cobra, reared up in a threat display just feet away from your camera.
In this photo course/workshop you may shoot 75-100 different subjects, including venomous snakes and a variety of nonvenomous reptiles and amphibians from around the world, in authentic, natural-looking set-ups with our studio electronic flashes for attractive, artistic lighting.
Limited to 6 photographers
McDonald Wildlife Photography
July 07, 2016
Glacier National Park, Montana
July 7-11, 2016 : If you haven t been to Glacier before, now is the time! It is truly my favorite national park and basically in my backyard. I have been exploring and photographing the wonders of the park for over 20 years and know it extremely well.
July 09, 2016
Alaska Brown Bear & Puffin Photo Safari
July 9-15, 2016 : The best wildlife photo experience in No. America -- Alaska Brown ("Grizzly") bears, puffins, and beautiful scenery -- at our exclusive, secluded lodge. We put you right on the beach with bears in abundance and no crowds.
July 11, 2016
Newfoundland: Puffins, Gannets and Whales
July 11-18, 2016 : Newfoundland, Canada is a photographer s dream. This ancient and vastly unpopulated land has some of the world s most accessible seabird colonies, endless rolling hills and majestic cliffs that drop down to the powerful Atlantic Ocean. Home to over 60,000 seabirds! Newfoundland is home in the spring and summer to millions of seabirds, thousands of humpback whales and freshly carved icebergs that tend to pop up around the 29,000 kilometres of Newfoundland s coastline. Species: Northern Gannets,Atlantic Puffins, Razorbills, Black-Legged Kittiwakes, Common Murres, Great Cormorants, Black Guillemots as well as Humpback Whales and icebergs. Newfoundland has endless bird photo opportunities. Book your Newfoundland Bird Photography Tour today!
David Hemmings - 905 721-8726
July 12, 2016
July 13, 2016
July 14, 2016
Alaska Brown Bear & Puffin Photo Safari
July 14-21, 2016 : The best wildlife photo experience in No. America -- Alaska Brown ("grizzly") bears, puffins, and beautiful scenery -- all at our exclusive, secluded lodge. We put you right on the beach with bears in abundance and no crowds.
July 15, 2016
Baby Animals and More
July 15-20, 2016 : Baby animals will be filling your portfolio after this Baby Wildlife Photography Workshop. Oh and there's horses and birds of prey too!
July 16, 2016
2016 Brazil Pantanal Jaguar Wildlife I
July 16-28, 2016 : Looking for the photography trip of a lifetime? Join Dan and Tanya and explore deep into the pristine Brazilian Pantanal, home to one of the largest, healthiest jaguar populations on Earth. No other location in the world can offer this many jaguar sightings. Our 2013 tour had 21 sightings of jaguars in five days! We work with the best! One extra night in prime jaguar area added for 2016 six nights!
Hundreds of species of beautiful and rare birds include anything from small hummingbirds to the large Jabiru stork, as well as parrots, macaws, and parakeets. Enjoy sights of the world s largest rodent, the capybara, along with reptiles, fish and mammals, including giant otters and Brazilian tapir. This trip can be addictive!
For additional details, please visit http://naturalexposures.com/wildife-photo-tours/tour/2016-brazil-pantanal-jaguar-wildlife-photo-expedition/
July 17, 2016
Digital Complete Nature Photography Course #2
July 17-23, 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
Rocky Mtn. Natl. Park with Adventure Photography
July 17-22, 2016 : Rocky is in our backyard--we've lived in Colorado for over 30 years now and we know some great places to photograph in the park. This summer tour includes both sides of the park. We'll have opportunities for both wildlife and scenic images.
July 18, 2016
ALASKA WILDLIFE ADVENTURE
JULY 18-24 : Whales, Bears, Eagles, Glaciers, and a whole lots more! Join Jim and Kathy Stamates for 5 full days of photography in Alaska! Private custom boats made for whale photography. Float plane to Brown Bears. This it the trip you can bring your spouse.
July 21, 2016
Alaskan Fishing Grizzly Bears
July 21-28 2016 : Join wildlife photographer David Hemmings at some of the most exciting and action packed grizzly bear photography locations anywhere on the planet. We will be based at our private lodge where we will fly out every day to locations of our choice where we will photograph massive grizzly bears pounding salmon and chasing them in the rivers. No waiting for the bears to come to you, we go to them, no matter where they are.
Phone: 905 721-8726
Baby Animals and More
July 21-26, 2016 : Babies and more babies. If you love baby animals you'll love the photos that you will make during this workshop. And it's a fun class!
Baby animals will be filling your portfolio after this Baby Wildlife Photography Workshop. Oh and there's horses and birds of prey too!
Glacier National Park with Jennifer King
Jul 21-24, 2016 : Glacier National Park is known for its wild and serene beauty. This incredible national park is said to be Mother Nature's finest work. Join us on this 4-day photo adventure, and experience the glaciers, sun and vistas in this northwest corner of Montana. From vast landscapes to majestic mountains, colorful sunrises to reflecting lakes ~ not to mention the widlife, come explore and photograph the wonders of Glacier National Park.
NANPA members 10% discount. Enter NANPA10 at checkout.
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July 22, 2016
Great Camp Sagamore Photo Retreat #1
July 22-26, 2016 : The emphasis is on the retreat . . . .four days at a mountain retreat designed and built by Adirondack Legend William West Durant and eventually owned by the gilded era s Vanderbilts. Adirondack architecture, mountain streams, waterfalls, peaceful Sagamore Lake and more. Don't forget to ask about your NANPA member discount.
July 23, 2016
COLOMBIA PHOTO TOUR
July 23 - July 31, 2016 : During this 9-day/8-night all-inclusive Colombia Photo Tour, well journey through cloud forest, wetlands, coastal scrub forests, and high-elevation terrains, photographing amazing scenery and abundant wildlife along the way. And since Colombia hosts more birds than anywhere else on the planet with nearly 2,000 species! well be creating plenty of images of its winged wonders.
This all-inclusive tour costs $3295 (double-occupancy) MAX TRAVELERS: Eight (8)
July 24, 2016
Learn Advanced Flash Technique - AdvDCNPC
July 24-30, 2016 : For all of our graduates of the DCNPC, here's the perfect follow-up-a course that takes what you've learned one BIG further step. In this workshop we'll delve further into both TTL and manual flash exposures, where you'll actually do a few setups yourself to master electronic flash lighting indoors or out.
The course is divided into two main sections - flash theory, where you'll understand and practice TTL flash techniques, and Manual Flash, where you'll learn the techniques useful for studio flash, many outdoor setups, and most remote work, and flash practice, where you'll actually do several flash setups to apply what you have learned. We'll be spending more time shooting -- both for your Lab assignments but also in the field shooting that we'll critique later.
Limited to 12 photographers and requires preattendance at one of our DCNPC Workshops (or preapproval)
McDonald Wildlife Photography
July 25, 2016
THE PALOUSE DURING HARVEST
July 25-29, 2016 : The golden wheat fields, the huge harvesting machinery, along with the old farm equipment, barns and of course the endless patterns make this the best place to learn and experiment with composition. We also go to Palouse Falls for a sunset and a sunrise shoot! Limited to 5 participants. More information at http://www.TimBoyerPhotography.com or email me at email@example.com
Wild Namibia 2016
July 25-August 14, 2016 : NANPA members Brenda Tharp and Wendy Kaveney will lead another photography tour to Namibia to capture the iconic landscapes of tall sand dunes, unusual trees, rocky landscapes, starry skies, wildlife, cultural tribes, and abandoned houses full of sand.
Strabo Tours: (607) 756-8676
July 28, 2016
July 31, 2016
Whales, Bears and the Best of Southeast Alaska
July 31 - August 6, 2016 : Join us during peak season for whales, bears and salmon among calving glaciers, tidepools and rainforests. Travel in style on the 12 passenger classic 76' wood boat, the M/V Catalyst as we drift along the calm waters of Alaska s sheltered Inside Passage. We ll supplement our explorations with the Catalyst s motorized inflatable skiff and sea kayaks for water level exploration.
Humpback whales congregate in large numbers at this time of the summer and may indulge in bubble-net feeding or dramatic breaching, tail lobbing and other behaviors. Brown and black bears can appear almost anywhere during our travels. We ll search for them catching salmon or digging clams along the shoreline. A day has been reserved at Pack Creek, where we ll watch for brown bears chasing salmon along a stream. This section of the Inside Passage teems with breathtaking scenery and captivating wildlife. You ll have a front row seat to wildlife and ancient glaciers, calving icebergs and dramatic fjords. Walk through lush and serene rainforests, discover wildflower and nurse trees, explore the prolific life in tide pools and kayak the gentle waters, drifting quietly past hanging gardens and waterfalls.
Not simply a photography cruise, you'll become part of the wilds of Alaska through the guidance of our seasoned naturalist as we travel, explore and learn about our surroundings. The leisurely pace of our schedule allows us to take advantage of unexpected sightings and flexibility to spend time where the best viewing can be found. All levels of photographers and nature lovers are welcome.
M/V Catalyst Owner sBill and Shannon Bailey genuinely care about the quality of experience their guests receive during the small ship cruise aboard the 76 historic Catalyst. It was built in 1932 as a research vessel for the University of Washington s school of oceanography. Thoughtfully restored to comfortably accommodate travelers, the boat features a wood paneled salon, mahogany trim, 360 degree outdoor viewing areas and six cozy guest cabins. Meals and snacks are sumptuous and delicious, prepared with fresh, natural ingredients, including produce and seafood purchased locally.
For thirty years Wendy Shattil and Bob Rozinski have produced prize winning, sensitive interpretations of wildlife and the American West. Well known for creating expressive images with provocative light, mood and humor, they link this talent with vast knowledge of the natural world. Wendy was the first woman awarded Grand Prize in the prestigious worldwide BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition and the team is recipient of the Philip Hyde Grant for environmental photography. The two are members of the exclusive International League of Conservation Photographers. They are Department Associates for the Denver Museum of Nature & Science and have twice been Artists in Residence at Rocky Mountain National Park. Shattil and Rozinski have produced fifteen books and their images have appeared in hundreds of publications worldwide.