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September 17, 2007

Weekly News from the Nikonians Academy

African Safari has only 3 seats left
The recently announced Nikonians Africa Photo Safari beginning November 11, 2008 has booked quickly. Three of the 12 seats for wildlife photography in the the heart of Tanzania are still available. The lucky 12 will be photographing the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater and at the private Arumeru River Lodge.

The Nikonians Academy reports they had a great bunch at Raleigh (Sept 13-16).
Nashville is on top of us for September 20 to the 23rd and we are anxious to see you getting up there too. If you are in that area, we might have a few seats left, but we encourage you to sign up fast. The September 20 Master your Nikon D200 workshop is already sold out, however we still have a few openings for the Sept. 21 Nikon D80, D70, D70s, Sept. 22 Nikon Capture NX and Sept. 23 Nikon i-TTL Flash, CLS workshops.

For October, Winston C. Hall will be teaching in Orlando, Miami and Atlanta. Mike Hagen, our Nikonians Academy Director, will be in the New York and Washington, DC areas. The Nikonians Academy workshops tend to fill out very fast so make sure you book as early as possible and remember group size is kept at only 12 students for a richer, personalized learning experience.
Passionate photographers and avid learners, you make us so very proud and we are nothing but happy to see you advance so fast.
Like Winston C. Hall says, the key to mastering a new skill is getting out and practicing as often as you can. So, the challenge is to take your camera with you! Everyday--everywhere-- and practice, practice and practice more.

In other news:
Starting in January, the Nikonians Academy will be launching a new series of workshops -- or even better: learn-shops- called "Show Case Events" where you can learn everything you always wanted to ask in regards to workflow, from shooting to color management to image enhancement and preparation for web display and printing. Stay tuned.

Posted by flashdeadline at September 17, 2007 9:49 AM