March 29, 2009
Nikonians Academy schedule responds to your needs
Nikonians Academy Director Mike Hagen has been listening carefully to your requests and he's added new workshops to help improve your creative photography.
Mike has sent us an update on the Academy staff schedule, and it's obvious that the emphasis has been on adjusting to the needs expressed by our members. Here is Mike's report:
Our workshops continue to sell well. We've just finished up running workshops in Atlanta, Orlando, New York, Boston, Phoenix and Austin. Next up is Nashville where we still have a few seats available for the Advanced D300 class and for the iTTL Flash workshop. If you want to join us in Nashville, head over to www.nikoniansacademy.com to sign up.
We've completely sold out our Yosemite trip this May as well as our ANPAT to Alaska and Denali this September. However, if you are interested and available to attend our outdoor and adventure workshops, consider our Triple D Game Farm baby animal shoot in Montana this May or our Big Sur Workshop in April. Also, you might consider our Garden of the Gods workshops in Colorado Springs this June and September.
We have been listening carefully to your requests and have added a variety of new workshops aimed at improving your creative photography.
Specifically, we have added four new options by Michael Mariant with workshops titled Master Visual Thinking, Master Travel & Documentary Photography, Master HDR Photography and Master Multi-Media. These classes are scheduled all around the USA in places like Seattle Boston, New York, San Francisco and Phoenix. Check our Nikonians Academy listings Workshop topics to see all city and date listings in detail.
By popular demand, we're adding the Nikon D90 and D80 cameras to our workshop offerings. Many of you have asked us to bring back these workshops and we have answered the call. We're running these in cities all around the USA this year.
That's it for this week's news from the Nikonians Academy. Now, get out there and take some great photos!
Posted by flashdeadline at March 29, 2009 10:18 PM
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