To promote our members’ excitement for and growth in their personal nature photography journeys, GNPA offers competition and exhibit opportunities at the national and chapter level.
Don’t miss your chance to join in these fun and valuable learning opportunities.
Oatland Island Wildlife Center will host a Photography Competition and Exhibit organized by the Coastal Chapter of GNPA to help further the mission of the Oatland Island Wildlife Center
The time for the first contest is finally here! Georgia Nature Photographers Association (GNPA) and the Sierra Club of Georgia (Sierra) have partnered for a photography contest celebrating the Okefenokee Swamp, its history, and the flora and fauna that make the swamp special.
Thirteen GNPA photographers were honored April 10 when the annual four-day EXPO weekend concluded at Jekyll Island, Georgia.
It’s thrilling to have an image exhibited for viewers to celebrate. Being juried into a competition show is a highlight for all of us. Submitting your work for “judging” can also be a great opportunity to review your own work with an objective eye, grow your...
GNPA and the Chattahoochee Nature Center have partnered together on the current photography gallery at the
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNERS OF THE 7th ANNUAL “STAND IN ANSEL ADAMS FOOTSTEPS” COMPETITION & EXHIBITION!
The exhibit at The Hudgens Center opened February 19th and closes April 31, 2021.
GNPA and the Chattahoochee Nature Center (CNC) are happy to announce the next photography gallery at the Nature Center. Coinciding with the reopening of the CNC boardwalk on the Chattahoochee
CONGRATULATIONS! Photographer selections for exhibition have been made for the 7th Annual “Stand in Ansel Adams Footsteps” photographic competition hosted by the GNPA Gwinnett Chapter
Don’t miss your chance, submit your entries today, Jan. 14th by 10:00pm!!! The Gwinnett Chapter, Georgia Nature Photographers Association is once again hosting our successful “Stand in Ansel Adams Footsteps”. This annual
Project FeederWatch! It’s not too late to join the 2021-22 FeederWatch Season, which began in mid-November and continues into April, 2022.