Nature Photography Day is celebrated on 15th of June every year. The Nature Photography day is celebrated to honour the photographers who are passionate in making Nature Photography. Nature is always a mind relaxing one and nowadays Nature is getting destroyed for the sake of human beings. There are many people who go for a natural adventure for the reason to capture the beauty of Nature through the camera lens.
Nature always wears the colors of the spirit. – Ralph Waldo Emerson
History of Nature Photography Day
The Nature Photographers around the world formed the North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA)in the year 1994. The association started with just 100 nature photography enthusiasts but now it has more members associated to it. It was in the year 2006, the first Nature Photography Day was celebrated. The Nature Photographers together celebrated the day first on June 15, 2006. Since then the day is being celebrated each and every year.
NANPA encourages people around the world to enjoy their day by using a camera to explore the nature. The NANPA is conducting various workshops for the amateur photographers as well. They are completely involved in creating awareness and encouraging more photographers by conducting various events. The winners of the events are awarded a new camera and a NANPA membership as well. The Nature Photographic Day is being celebrated since 2006 and it has crossed a dozen years.
Other Celebrations on June 15
June 15 is also celebrated as
How to Celebrate Nature Photography Day
The first step involved in celebrating this day is taking a camera and going out into the bushes for a Nature Photoshoot. Don’t worry about how you take the photo because nobody is an expert on their first click. Just Go out with your camera and enjoy this day by clicking more natural photos. Create awareness about this day and motivate your friends as well. Share your photos on social forums with a hashtag #HappyNaturePhotographyDay.
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