SPRING MEETING
APRIL 6, 2019

The spring meeting will be April 6 at Oregon State University – Milam Hall (Corvallis, OR). The doors will open at 8:30 A.M., and the program will begin at 10 A.M. The invited speaker will be Brenda Tharp.  Brenda is a professional nature and travel photographer.  She is widely published and conducts an impressive array of workshops and tours. Brenda is not only known as a great photographer but as a great teacher as well. The title of her latest book is Expressive Nature Photoraphy. Check out her website at www.brendatharp.com. Brenda’s morning presentation is entitled “The Expressive Nature Photograph.” The afternoon presentation is entitled “The Path Less Traveled: Creating Meaningful Personal Images.

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COMPETITION RULES

DRIVING DIRECTIONS

SENSOR CLEANING: Bring your digital camera bodies to our meetings for specially priced sensor cleanings by Advance Camera.  They will professionally clean your sensor, clean the outside of your camera body, and upgrade your firmware if needed while you enjoy the speaker.  Cost is $35 for crop sensors and $45 for full frame units.   A lens mounted to the camera is included in the cleaning.  If you have additional lenses you wish to have externally cleaned, the cost is $15 each.

Please Note: If bringing in your camera for sensor cleaning, please be sure it has a fully charged battery or we won’t be able to clean it.

FRIDAY NIGHT GATHERING

The Holliday Inn Express in Corvallis will be the site of an informal conversation among NPPNW members beginning at 7:30 PM on Friday evening before the meeting.

All Nature Photographers are Welcome

Pre-registration cost is $10
Registration at the door is $15

On-line Registration with Brown Paper Tickets
or Click Here for a Printable Registration Form

Here are the 1st Place and People’s Choice winners from our last competition.  Visit our GALLERIES to see images from previous competitions.

Nature Photography at its Best