The Nature Visions Mid Atlantic Photography Exposition is the premier photography expo in the Mid Atlantic region and this year’s expo is poised to be finest expo ever.  This page has a list of activities that are available at the Nature Visions 2013 Expo.  Click here to download a PDF of the Expo brochure.

Full Day Seminar with Bryan Peterson

Please join us on Friday, November 8, 2013 for an all day seminar with Bryan Peterson, photographer, author and publisher.  He will be presenting Flashes of Inspiration – Creative Use of Ambient and Artificial Light, teaching the use of flash as a primary and a supplemental light source.

Keynote Speaker

Our Keynote speaker will also be Bryan Peterson and this time he will be discussing Learning to See Creatively, a presentation providing valuable insight into how the exposure triangle of shutter speed, aperture and ISO interact to create compelling photographs.


Don’t miss your opportunity to see  an exceptional nature photography exhibit that will be on display at this show. Photographs are from some of the best local nature photographers in the area. The exhibit is a juried exhibit that is selected by a panel of distinguished judges. All of the photographers are members of one of the seven area camera clubs.


Back by popular request we are going to continue to offer classes at this event. Classes provide you with an opportunity to spend an extended amount of time (1½ to 2 hours) with professional photographers.  This year we have added additional workshops but space is limited so sign up early for this fantastic learning opportunity.


Lectures are one of the most popular activities at our Expo. You will spend an hour with a professional photographer in a theater setting. The topics vary each year and each lecture always draws a good crowd. Don’t miss this opportunity to attend one of our lectures.

Raptors – Photographing Birds of Prey

You will have a unique opportunity to photograph Birds of Prey. You will be up close and personal and you do not need a long lens to participate.  The birds are from the Raptor Conservancy of Virginia which is a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to the rehabilitation and release to the wild injured, ill or orphaned native Virginia birds of prey.