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March 11, 2012

New Jersey chosen first venue for newest workshop series

Nikonians-Academy-Update.jpgNikonians Academy Director Mike Hagen has just concluded his sold-out workshop series in Los Angeles, CA hosted at Samy's Camera store and each day ended with rousing applause from the attendees. Next on his agenda is preparing for the new workshops on the calendar, and he tells us the debut location will be in New Jersey.

Profoto_275.jpgHere is Mike’s report:
The month of May marks a major change to our workshop schedule as we roll out brand-new workshops all across the board. One of the more exciting new workshops will be our one-day studio lighting class using Profoto gear.
In this class, you will learn the ins and outs of using both continuous lighting (tungsten) as well as studio strobes (flash) to create stunning results.

Our first new workshop series begins in Fairfield, New Jersey in conjunction with Unique Photo's photography superstore. We posted the Fairfield NJ workshops a couple days ago and we are already half sold-out on our more popular classes. Don't delay.

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This weekend, Winston Hall is running classes in Dallas, Texas with his next series set for Austin, TX (March 14-18).

His Austin, Texas D7000/D90/D80 class is already sold out, but there are still a few seats available in the D700/D3, iTTL Wireless Flash, and Adobe Lightroom 3/4 workshops.

Winston just shot me a text message and said, "These Texas workshops are going great!"

Passionate_300.jpgSteve Simon is returning from his photo workshops with Gulf Photo Plus and will be running Nikonians Academy workshops in Toronto, Ontario (March 15-18) and Montreal, Quebec (March 22-25). In both cities, he's running workshops on D300/D300s, The Passionate Photographer, D700/D3/D3s/D3x, and the Nikon D7000/D90/D80.

His class, The Passionate Photographer, is getting rave reviews all around the world. Check it out.

Urban_275.jpg Have you ever wanted to become a better urban photographer? Rick Hulbert, our own Nikonians Photo Professor podcaster, is running a new workshop titled "Urban Photography, How to photograph built environments for people."

His class is unique from the standpoint that Rick is an award-winning architect as well as a master digital photographer.

He is one of the few people with both a mastery of the architectural urban environment and digital imaging. Join Rick in Seattle (April 12-15) or in Toronto (May 3-6).
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The Big Sur is one of Californians most famous coastal destinations with giant Pacific Ocean seascapes to amazing canyons and waterfalls. Join Michael Mariant for one of his signature workshops as you spend four days photographing tide pools, crashing waves, moss-covered rocks, deep canyons and amazing waterfalls. The deadline to sign up for this workshop is April 4th, so don't delay or you might miss your chance!

Check out the rest of our trips to places like Acadia National Park, Yellowstone NP, Grand Teton NP, Eastern Sierra, Alaska Wildlife Adventure, Monument Valley, Galapagos, Africa and Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta.

Posted by flashdeadline at March 11, 2012 9:16 PM

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