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Virtual EXPO Videos are now LIVE!

Virtual EXPO Videos are now LIVE!

A treasure trove of videos about creative composition, astrophotography, wildlife, macro, art photography, gear, and much, much more awaits!

2021’s Virtual EXPO videos will inspire and delight and motivate you to create wonderful images in the new year.

Videos are now LIVE for your viewing enjoyment.

All sessions and keynotes are included, from fantastic speakers such as Jennifer King, Clay Bolt, Charles Needle, Alyce Bender, and the list goes on.

Click HERE for the full program.

If you attended the 2021 EXPO, the videos are FREE as part of your registration fee. 

  1. Log onto the GNPA Members Homepage.
  2. Click “Webinars & Meeting Videos” in the upper right corner of the GNPA Members Homepage.
  3. Click “Virtual EXPO 2021 Webinars” from the list that appears.
  4. Click a webinar title from the list that appears.

If you weren’t able to join us for the event, no worries.

You can access all the inspiration, knowledge, and training offered by our speakers, for a one-time fee of $95–that’s less than $7 per video!

  1. Log onto the GNPA Members Homepage.
  2. Scroll down to Photo Contests and Exhibits.
  3. Click on Purchase access to the Virtual Expo 2021 keynotes and webinars.
  4. Videos will be accessible from the GNPA Members Homepage (see instructions above).
    NOTE: It can take up to 48 hours for your payment to be processed, so please be patient.

Ready, set, DIVE IN!

For more information about the video, click HERE, after you’ve logged into the GNPA Members Homepage.

Let’s learn and grow together in 2022.


2021 VIRTUAL EXPO UPDATE: Learn about “Creative Macro Photography” from Charles Needle

2021 VIRTUAL EXPO UPDATE: Learn about “Creative Macro Photography” from Charles Needle

Register NOW for this year’s Virtual EXPO, and learn about Creative Macro Photography from Charles Needle

Charles Needle is an award-winning, Colorado-based fine art photographer, author, speaker and workshop leader with a unique eye for design and artistic interpretation. His popular “Art of Nature” creative macro workshops have attracted students nationwide. You can check out his book on Impressionistic Photography HERE.

Charles is just one of the FANTASTIC speakers we have in store you at our 2021 Virtual EXPO.


Registration ends September 3rd.

Webinars are scheduled for the afternoons of Sept 18th and 19th.

See every one there!

Image Credit: Charles Needle

Virtual EXPO 2021 Registration is OPEN!

Virtual EXPO 2021 Registration is OPEN!

Spread the word…GNPA’s 2021 Virtual EXPO is OPEN for Registration!

“It’s Fall Y’all,” and GNPA’s 2021 EXPO is making the most of the changing seasons.

From September 10th – 18th we have a fantastic slate of in-person field trips AND dynamic webinars (keynotes, speakers and a round table) coming your way.

Mark your calendar for this year’s hybrid EXPO. And REISTER SOON, before your favorite fieldtrip is sold out!

For more Virtual EXPO information, click HERE.

To review the Full Program, click HERE.

GNPA members, click HERE to Register(You must be a dues-paying GNPA member and be signed into the members-only section of the website to register)

We’ll see you there!


GNPA 2021 EXPO Keynote Reveal!

GNPA 2021 EXPO Keynote Reveal!

The VIRTUAL portion of this year’s GNPA Expo kicks off September 18th with a stellar lineup of Keynote, breakout session and round table speakers–including many new faces to GNPA.

Our two keynotes are Jennifer King, speaking about, “Creative Composition: It’s not what you photograph; it’s how you photograph,” and Alyce Bender, bringing us, “Wandering through the Wilderness.”

For more information about Jennifer and Alyce, see their bios below.

Don’t forget that beginning September 10th, the 2021 EXPO IN PERSON Field Trips start! You’ll sign up for field trips during the registration process. For more information, click HERE.

Look for more EXPO details and for registration to be up and running soon!

Photo Credit: Alyce Bender


Jennifer King is an internationally acclaimed landscape and fine art photographer with a passion for teaching and inspiring photographers around the world. She draws on her fine art and design background to bring an artistic approach to nature photography. Jennifer is honored to be a Moab by Legion Master Photographer, Singh-Ray Filters Ambassador and one of the premier black and white photographers in the country. You can find her photography, tutorials and interviews in Outdoor Photographer Magazine, Outdoor Photography Guide, Camera in the Wild, Photography Talk, VIA Magazine, Smoky Mountains Journal of Photography, Wild Planet and more!

Alyce Bender is a nature photographer, writer, educator, and adventurer. Camera in hand since childhood, her fascination for photography developed into a career after serving in the U.S. Air Force. Her passion for wildlife and the natural environment compels her to connect others with nature through sharing both visual art and in-field experiences that promote conservation, creativity, and ethical photography. She is a Tamron USA Ambassador, contributing writer for the Journal of Wildlife Photography, and her work has been featured in group and solo gallery shows across the US as well as in international publications from the UK to Japan. Bender leads photography adventures around the world to help beginner through advanced photographers explore and expand their personal vision and naturalist skills ethically. When not in the field, she offers a variety of educational programs both in person and virtually for photography organizations large and small.