Our National Parks, A Photographers Pallet


Monday, November 7, 2016
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm


From sea to shining sea, the national parks preserve some of the country’s most unique wilderness areas, and are a gift to nature photographers everywhere. In this presentation, Chris Nicholson delves into what the park system offers to the photographer, and shares secrets about photographing some of its gems. Topics will include the best times of year to photograph different parks, and how to travel safely and photograph in their various environments, including desert, alpine, forest and coastline. Many of the national parks will be touched upon, with special emphasis on Acadia, Death Valley, Everglades, Grand Teton, Great Smoky Mountains, Olympic, Shenandoah and Yellowstone.


Introduction about the presenter:

Chris Nicholson is author of the “Photographing National Parks.” He is a photographer and writer based in the northeast, and is a workshop organizer and leader with the National Parks at Night program. A former magazine editor for 10 years, he has worked independently since 2004, with his cameras focused primarily on the travel and sports genres. His work has appeared in several books and over 30 magazines, he is a book editor for National Parks Traveler, and he is a member of the Sierra Club and the National Parks Conservation Association.

Event Location and Ticket Information

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Color Camera Club of Westchester
27 Legion Drive
Handicap Accessible? No

Date: Monday, November 7, 2016
Times: 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Ticket pricing:
Free event

Presenter: Color Camera Club of Westchester
Presenter Phone: 914-769-7758
Presenter Website: www.colorcameraclub.org

Sponsor Message

Since 1951 the Color Camera of Westchester has been assisting and encouraging photographers to expand their knowledge of the wonderful world of photography. Centrally located in Valhalla, CCCW fills its busy weekly schedules with professional photographic presentations, competitions, field trips and semiannual weekend excursions providing Westchester County photographers with a venue to discover and expand their photographic visions as well as learning new techniques and discovering new equipment.
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