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GNPA Photo Naming Guidelines

GNPA Photo Naming Guidelines

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Model Releases

When photographing at the request of one of our supported organizations, the organization itself will assure that appropriate model releases have been obtained and you can submit photographs of people to the organization without obtaining a model release.

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Resources for “Gardening for Life: Creating a backyard refuge for insects, plants, birds and photographers.” This document provides links to web pages and documents to help you get started on your own personal biodiversity/photography refuge.

Native Plant Resources

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The North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA) offers fantastic tips for being an ethical photographer.

Access to Public Lands

Ethical Field Practices

Truth in Captioning Blog

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