50 Years of Protecting the Wild: From the Serengeti to Lake Baikal to Hells Canyon featuring Boyd Norton
Boyd Norton is an icon of conservation, using nature photography to influence policy decisions for more than 50 years. Hear about his efforts to protect the Serengeti, Russia’s Lake Baikal, Hells Canyon, and other treasures of nature in this candid interview facilitated by Kathy Adams Clark. From Boyd’s first photography workshop in 1973 to his 18 published books and efforts to bring awareness to critical environmental issues around the world, you’ll be inspired by this 2023 NANPA Lifetime Achievement Award recipient.
365 Nights: A Year-long Immersion into Night Photography with Kevin Adams
Less Is More: Creating Concise and Powerful Photographs with Eric Bennett
Eric explains his personal approach to composition and how he practices the art of exclusion in order to create compelling scenes that raise questions, express emotion, and evoke mystery.
Photographing with a Scanning Electron Microscope with Paul Brooke
Expose to the Right for Better Images with Bob Coates
Getting the most out of your digital files can mean exposing to the right (ETTR) when shooting in RAW. There is more and better information with which to work. Noise resides on the lower side of the camera histogram. Cleaner pixels are toward the lighter side. Post processing an ETTR file can result in cleaner images and better printed photos.
Life Beyond Lightroom with Daniel J. Cox
Using Your Photos for Science with Dani Davis
Dani walks you through how to use your photos for science using iNaturalist. She’ll explain how to upload photos, browse observations, and use iNaturalist as a field journal. She’ll also show you where to find peer-reviewed papers using iNaturalist.
Copyright: Protecting Your Rights with Sean Fitzgerald
Idea to Action: The 6-Stage Strategy for Starting a Conservation Photography Project with Jaymi Heimbuch
Fired up about conservation photography and ready to dive in, but have no idea where to begin? This program is for you! There are six stages of starting a photo project idea, with each stage moving you forward—from just a vague idea in your head to taking action to producing a tangible project. Learn step-by-step how to find your perfect photo project idea and launch your project without the overwhelm, educrastination, or falling into the spiral of second-guessing.
Selecting a Foreground in Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Camera RAW with Lewis Kemper
Creating Story in Landscape Photography with Kah-Wai Lin
Time for a Photo Trip! with Mary Ann McDonald
Photographing Close-ups Using Iridescent and Clear Textured Glass with Charles Needle
Working with Non-Profits as a Photographer with Ray Pfortner
Tips for a Successful Equipment Rental Experience with Gia Quilap
Maybe you’ve heard about renting photography equipment but aren’t sure how the process works—or how to get started. Find out why photographers commonly choose rental equipment, how the rental process works, and how to plan an equipment rental that provides you with a great experience.
Make Goals Not Plans: Get Where You Want to Be in Your Photo Career with Camille Seaman
Creating Visual Impact with Light, Composition, and Gesture with Brenda Tharp
…and still more sessions to come!