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Chris Nicholson delivers presentations related to national park photography at conferences, seminars, trade shows, photography clubs, national park events and celebrations, universities and other education organizations, etc. Please see the list of upcoming appearances below and make plans to come
Group Photo Workshops and Tours Chris Nicholson is a leader and instructor of workshops and photo tours. He is also a partner and workshop leader with National Parks at Night, a group of five photographers (including Gabriel Biderman, Tim Cooper,
In the coming months, Chris Nicholson’s “Photographing National Parks eGuides” will start becoming available through this website. Each guide will focus on a national park, detailing the best times of year for photography, specifics about great photo locations, particular ancillary
How do you keep track of the spots in which you want to shoot? Is there an app you recommend where I could make notes of places maybe right on an electronic map, or some other process? — Quinn M., Tenn.
I am considering taking a photo trip to Death Valley mid-spring, but looks like it might be too late in the year as normal daily temperatures will already be mid-90’s. Are there any other parks you recommend for the last week of April? — Ryan, New York City
I love the Sarvent Glacier Cross-Country Zone for its remoteness and the fact that it is so untouched by people. There’s only one permit issued at a time for this area, so it’s just you. You literally have all those hundreds of acres completely to yourself.