GNPA Gwinnett Chapter

Meeting Date:

7:00 PM on the 4th Wednesday of each month.

Leadership:

Chapter Coordinator: Stewart Woodard
Secretary: Mikki Root Dillon
Program Coordinator: Vacant, S. Woodard Temp
Field Trip Coordinator: Kip Stahl
Communications Coordinator: John Criminger
Education Coordinator: Anna DeStefano
Competitions/Exhibits Coordinator: Vacant, S. Woodard Temp

Location:

Cornerstone Coworking
279 West Crogan Street, Lawrenceville, GA 30046
Please RSVP for all events.

Upcoming:

DNR Winter Project Winners Spotlight – Week 3

DNR Winter Project Winners Spotlight – Week 3

“The Wildlife Resources Division is so thankful for the Georgia Nature Photographers' Association and the special partnership we’ve built. By providing beautiful Georgia-based photos, photographers are able help the agency spread the message of conservation while also...

From the President – Welcome to Your Newsletter

From the President – Welcome to Your Newsletter

  We are delighted to share with you the first issue of the GNPA newsletter. This is something we have wanted to provide our membership for a long time. The newsletter is intended to deliver valuable, practical information about photography, GNPA and your...

Meet a Member – Gordon Wilson

Meet a Member – Gordon Wilson

In our newsletters, we’ll be featuring short profiles of GNPA members from across the state. This month, it’s Gordon Wilson from the Gwinnett Chapter. When did you join GNPA? Seven years ago.   What’s your occupation?   Retired. I was Senior Systems Developer on...

Where to Shoot Now – Dragonflies and Damselflies

Where to Shoot Now – Dragonflies and Damselflies

Reusset-tipped Clubtail, Tom Wilson, GNPA   Editor’s Note: As a part of each newsletter, we will explore some of the best places in Georgia for nature photography. This issue, Tom Wilson tells us about his favorite May destination for dragonflies and damselflies....

Through the Lens – Rivers and Waterfalls

Through the Lens – Rivers and Waterfalls

By David Akoubian I have always found solace in rivers and waterfalls. When I need to relax, listening to the sounds of water can be very calming. I grew up fishing and photographing the streams and rivers of North Georgia, and have continued to do so all my life....

How to Renew Your Membership

How to Renew Your Membership

Each year, when your GNPA membership is about to expire, you’ll receive an email renewal notice. You can use that email to renew your membership, and/or change your membership category. We encourage you to use the link in the email to renew, rather than going directly...

Tips and Tricks – The Western Eye

Tips and Tricks – The Western Eye

Make Your Images More Compelling By Alfie Wace  Whenever my photography is displayed, whether at an art show, festival or gallery, one of the most frequent comments I hear is “great composition!” Initially, I would attribute those kind remarks to the fact that I was...

DNR Winter Project Winners Spotlight – Week 2

DNR Winter Project Winners Spotlight – Week 2

Brian Lucy, GNPA Conservation Communications Chair This week’s post features the winner’s from the Landscape category. “Landscape photography is the art of capturing pictures of nature and the outdoors in a way that brings viewers into the scene. From grand landscapes...

DNR Winter Project Winners Spotlight – Week 1

DNR Winter Project Winners Spotlight – Week 1

GNPA Members Shoot it Out for DNR Nearly 400 photos submitted for GNPA’s Conservation 2020 DNR Winter Project   Last week we announced the full list of winners and this week we are putting our focus on the winning shots from the Challenge Category. With 384...