North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA) Group
The purpose of the group is to promote membership and awareness of NANPA, NANPA Meetup Groups, NANPA events, paid NANPA Member’s activities and services, discuss conservation issues as they pertain to nature photography, ask for and offer photography tips, and to allow posting of outdoor photographs from all members of the group. We desire to increase membership of NANPA and promote relationships among nature photographers regardless of skill or age. The focus of this FB group is nature photography including but not limited to macro, wildlife, landscape, underwater and night sky photography along with discussion of related questions and issues. Posts including portraits, food, fashion, pets or domestic animals, glamour, or other such topics will not be allowed. Posts not adhering to these guidelines will be removed and the offending member subject to removal from the group. RULES AND ETIQUETTE Photographers may post up to (3) three images per day and if posting more than (1) one image per day, images must be placed in an album. All photographs must include attribution, a location, date, and Meetup Group Name if applicable. EXIF data is optional, but suggested. Group members may share images that are posted in the group by using the share function. You may only upload your own images to the group. It is a good idea to at least ask permission before sharing an image from the group. Paid NANPA members may post information about workshops, books, websites, tours, or links to blog articles once per week. You must include your membership # in the post and posts not noting this will be removed. We do not allow postings of equipment for sale. NANPA Meetup Group events may be posted with location, date, and gathering information. Links to Meetup events are encouraged. This is a professional group so language, critique, comments and posts should be in a professional and well-mannered style. Inappropriate or offensive posts will be removed without prior warning or notice. Participants should not engage in argumentative behavior or individual debates. Discussions should encourage participation of other members. Repeated offenses may result in additional action including the permanent removal of the member from the group.