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November 13th, 2013

Masters Of Nature Photography

Posted By Ashley Myers-Turner

Join three nature photography masters, Frans Lanting, Thomas D. Mangelsen, and Art Wolfe, for a unique weekend of photographic inspiration.

For the first time ever, three of the world’s most renowned nature photographers–Frans Lanting, Thomas D. Mangelsen, and Art Wolfe–are teaming up to present a series of unique weekend events that will change the way you look at photography and what you can do with your own camera.

Masters Of Nature Photography Workshop

Masters Of Nature Photography Workshop

Frans, Tom, and Art will draw from their wide-ranging experience with subjects and locations around the world to inspire attendees, show them new ways to see, give them tools to create more compelling images, and empower them to use photography to benefit conservation causes and other personal interests. Presentations from each photographer will be mixed with panel discussions, Q & A sessions, reviews of images submitted by attendees and ample opportunities for socializing and networking.

The third Masters of Nature Photography Seminar, February 14-16, 2014, will start with an optional Friday evening welcoming reception and with presentations and instruction to follow Saturday and Sunday at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, GA. For those guests attending from out of town, our preferred hotel, The Artmore, is just across the street. Please consult our FAQ page for additional information.




Please send questions related to event registration to: info@MastersofNaturePhotography.com

For sponsorship inquiries, contact Brandon Kirk: brandon@MastersofNaturePhotography.com

For press inquiries, contact Brett Wilhelm, Rich Clarkson and Associates, LLC:  bwilhelm@richclarkson.com


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