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December 2, 2010

Nikonians Academy Europe announces new workshops and new schedule for 2011

As part of an ongoing program of development and expansion to meet the needs of the Nikonians community, Nikonians Academy Europe has introduced two exciting new workshop titles. They are also responding to growing demand for existing workshops by scheduling a whole series of dates in early 2011.

Launched in August, Nikonians Academy Europe has already established itself as one of the foremost providers of Nikon training workshops in the UK and Benelux countries.

Coming Soon:
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Master your Nikon DSLR Essentials

If you have had your Nikon DSLR for some time or even if you are new to digital; whether your camera is bang up-to-date or is one of the previous generation models, this workshop covers the fundamentals that you should know to get the most out of your equipment. This is a useful steppingstone to the more advanced camera-specific workshops.
Workshop dates:
12 February 2011, Slough, Berks UK
06 March 2011, Utrecht, NL


Master Nikon Capture NX2
Nikon_Capture_NX_2-kl.jpgLearn how to use Nikonʼs premier photo processing software to get the very most out of your images on this one-day workshop. We'll use Capture and learn how to utilize it to its full capacity. We'll also learn how it should be integrated with Photoshop and where Capture NX2 fits in your digital workflow.
Workshop dates:
23 January 2011, Utrecht, NL
05 February 2011, Antwerp, BE
26 February 2011, Elstree, Herts UK
06 March 2011, Manchester, UK
13 March 2011, London Kensington, UK

2011 Schedule

Academy-square-logo_75.jpgThe “Master your Nikon D300/D300s In Depth”, “Master your Nikon i-TTL Wireless Flash,CLS” and “Master your Nikon D700 & D3/D3s/D3x In Depth” workshops have been very well received by the Nikonians community over the last few months. To satisfy the ongoing demand, we have scheduled dates in the first quarter of 2011 at the most popular venues. For a complete listing of all the new dates go to the Nikonians Academy Europe website and click on the workshop that interests you most.

We have had some very good feedback from members who have taken part in our workshops so far:

“I wanted to achieve the confidence that I am getting the most from my camera. You managed to exceed my expectations.” — Mr. C. Allcorn

“Very well laid out course, clearly taught, Instructor very helpful with tips and comments.” — Mr. F. Badini

“I found the day to be a valuable experience and I learned a lot. I am much more confident now about setting up my flash system. I thoroughly enjoyed the day.” — Ms. C. Boulton

About Nikonians Academy Workshops
▪ Exclusive to Nikonians Members
▪ Practical, hands-on training
▪ Interactive - free to ask questions
▪ Comprehensive and in-depth learning experience
▪ Small group sizes; maximum of 15 members
▪ Instructors workshop presentation material provided F.O.C.
▪ High quality Instructors - friendly, helpful, knowledgeable and inspiring
▪ All workshops cost EUR 150 - Incredible value for money!
Workshops Topics Include
Master your Nikon D300/D300s In Depth
Master your Nikon D700 & D3/D3s/D3x In Depth
Master your Nikon i-TTL Wireless Flash, CLS
Master your Nikon DSLR Essentials
Master Nikon Capture NX2
Further workshop titles to be announced over the next few months.

How do I book a place on one of the Nikonians Academy Workshops?
To take part in one of our workshops could not be easier. Go to our website; www.nikoniansacademy.eu and just click on the workshop topic name to see the details and to confirm that it is the right workshop for you. At the bottom of that page you will see a list of all of the City Areas and the dates where and when the workshops will be held. Just click on the “Buy Now” button next to the workshop that suits you best and you will be taken, step-by-step, through the booking process. That’s it! As simple as that!

Posted by flashdeadline at December 2, 2010 8:15 AM

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