Tuesday, February 3, 2009
NANPA Turns 15
The annual Summit is both a gathering of friends and colleagues as well as a wonderful shooting opportunity for attendees
I’ve been fortunate to have attended all previous NANPA Summits (we called them “Forums” in the old days) and have used the trips to the Summits as an opportunity to shoot in the vicinity. In fact, NANPA considers local photo ops an important criterion in selecting Summit locations, which is one of the reasons why all 14 previous Summits (all winter events) have occurred well south or west of the home that Jane Herman and I share in New Jersey.
My first major photo jaunt after a NANPA meeting was a cruise around the Baja Peninsula aboard the Searcher after the 1996 Forum in San Diego, Calif. Fellow passengers included Mary Ann and Joe McDonald, George Lepp, Norbert Rosing and Chip Holdsworth.
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