A little while back Neil wrote about an event called the North American Nature Photographer Association (NANPA) Summit. The people involve in NANPA, and the meeting itself is not just about photography, but also about how to use media as tool to improve conservation awareness—something I’m particularly interested in. Applications for a travel scholarship are due on November 7th and the date is almost upon us!
I want to ask a favor to those you who have 10 minutes of free time. In the application, I have to give them a portfolio of 15 images that demonstrate the diversity of my photography skills. These images need to include (but are not limited to) nature photos. Each image will be accompanied by a short description (which I have not written yet). If you click here, I have uploaded a gallery with 22 images. I’m having a really hard time figuring out which ones to take out and could really use some feedback. If you have the time, please look through the following gallery and tell me:
a) which images are must-keeps, and
b) which images can be taken out
Each image has a numbered name so that you can simply tell me the number of photos that should stay and go.
Thanks in advance for the feedback.
Please email your responses to firstname.lastname@example.org
Again, here’s the link to the gallery: http://www.daysedgeproductions.com/Nathan/NANPA15/