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February 19, 2012

Nikonians Academy adding Nikon D4 & D800 workshops, preps for Spring/Summer

Nikonians-Academy-Update.jpgNikonians Academy Director Mike Hagen tells us the staff is adding newest Nikon DSLR’s to their workshop schedule.

Mike’s report follows:
D4-D800.jpgNikon D4 and D800 owners - we've totally revamped our Master the D700/D3 workshops to include the Nikon D4 and D800/D800E cameras.

We'll be running D800 and D4 workshops as soon as the cameras are released to the public, probably in April, 2012.

Looking Ahead...
We're getting down to the last chance to purchase workshops in Los Angeles, Dallas, Austin, Toronto, Montreal and Denver. Winston Hall, Steve Simon and Mike Hagen are running workshops on the D7000, D90, D80, D700, D3, D3s, D3x, Adobe Lightroom, Nikon CLS and the Passionate Photographer throughout North America in March and April.

Warmer weather brings hot trips
Rick_H_Death_Valley_175.jpgMarch, April and May kick off our destination workshop series that includes trips such as Death Valley in the Spring, Urban Photography in Seattle and Toronto, Big Sur: From the Coast to the Canyons, Moab Utah Photo Adventure and Yosemite: Spring Waterfalls and Spring Blooms. Join us to learn nature photography and urban photography from our instructors Winston Hall, Rick Hulbert and Michael Mariant.

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Our spring and summer workshop series is also full of outdoor adventures including our top-notch wildlife adventure trips to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks with Jim Stamates.

If you are interested in photographing the Giant Redwoods of California, then join expert Michael Mariant in June for this amazing trip through a primeval landscape. Our Alaska wildlife photo adventure begins on July 22nd and is an incredible trip for photographing whales, bears and ice fields.

Posted by flashdeadline at February 19, 2012 4:41 PM

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