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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
I saw you at a lecture in New York City, and you mentioned that the only geotracking device you really like is the AMOD AGL3080 (I wrote it down!). I was just curious why you prefer that to others. — Scott H., New Jersey
Perhaps you can offer some advice as to what sort of vehicle would be best suited to photography and getting around on some more off-the-beaten-path areas? — Michael Hitchner, Washington
One of the best aspects of photographing ocean coastline is how dynamic the landscapes and seascapes are—the ebbing and flowing tide creates a different aesthetic by the hour. The receding water may also reveal a whole new world underfoot.