Photography Trips

Dear all,

The followings are tentative plans for 2018 group trips. Since the planning is always prospective, sometime it is hard to predict one’s schedule in the future. We are grateful to those who are willing to lead. As we are soliciting more trip planners we surely will continue to add more trips to the plan.

The following trip categories are suggested, but not limited to:

A. Flowers and foliage
1. Dallas Arboretum, Mid-March (planner: Paul Wang)
2.

B. Wildlife and nature
1. Texas coastal birding, Shangri-la Botanical Garden, March 9-11 (planner: Lei Zhang)
2. Caddo Lake, late Oct. or early Nov., 3 days (planner: Wenchi)
3. Birding, UT Southwester campus, May 19 (planner: Mike He)
4. Birding, Bosque del Apache, NM, Nov 21-25 (planner: Mike He)

C. City architecture and urban life
1. Dallas skyline, Feb. 8 (closed. planner: Guangming Li)
2. Tennis photography, May or June, Frisco (planner: Xiaopeng Li)

D. Wild, wild West
1. Location TBA, Fall, 7-10 days (planner: Robin Lee)

E. Performances and shows

F. People and Studio
1. Model-shoot, Downtown Plano, Jan. 28 (closed, planner: Shirley and executive committee)

G. Night
1. Milky way, Ft. Griffin, West Texas, July (planner: Wenchi)
2.

Questions can be directed to Lei Zhang 210-834-3508 or Yipin Wu 734-214-1271

Thank you. Happy releasing!
Zhang, Lei

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North Texas Asian Photographer’s Association (NTAPA) was established in 2003 by a group of people who share the same passion for photography, personal well-being, and environmental stewardship. We aim to promote the art and science of photography through educational experiences, informational sessions, inspiration, and opportunity for self-growth and camaraderie for all persons interested in photography. NTAPA is a Section 501©3 nonprofit organization.

Every year we organize various field trips, near and far, led by our experienced members in order to exchange photographic knowledge and promote fellowship. In our monthly meeting we regularly hold art critique sessions and photograph contests. Our members are encouraged to participate in all forms of professional seminars and competitions. We host multiple local photograph exhibitions at major art centers every year. NTAPA offers public photography education programs, publishes weekly newspaper column, and provides community photography services.

Our members range from dedicated amateurs to devoted dedicated professionals. Our Special Interest Groups (SIG) includes Canon/Nikon camera system, tripod/lenses/lighting equipment discussion, Photoshop / Lightroom postprocessing, hiking for personal well-being groups, and is growing continuously. We welcome you to join us. Membership fee is $40 annually.