April 17, 2012
New workshop topics and cities details released
Nikonians Academy Director Mike Hagen reports the Academy instructors have "stepped up their game" as they prepare for new workshops in more cities.
The new topics and cities were announced a few weeks ago, and you can now check out the workshop details.
Here is Mike’s report, starting with a short list of some of the newest workshop topics:
♦ Master D800/D4 In Depth
♦ Master D800/D4 Advanced
♦ Master D800/D4 - Learn, Capture and Process, Two-day workshop
♦ iTTL/CLS Advanced Lighting Workshop
♦ Master Lightroom Essentials
♦ Master Lightroom Advanced
♦ Master HDR Photography, Two-day workshop
We also have all of the traditional topics you've come to know and including Nikon Capture NX2, Nikon D700/D3/D3s/D3x, Nikon D7000/D90/D80, iTTL Wireless Flash, Master Studio Lighting with Profoto and more.
We'll continue to add more as well. If you don't see your favorite city or topic listed, then no worries. We should have quite a few additional cities posted very soon.
Last week we kicked off our very first Urban Photography workshop with Rick Hulbert in Seattle, WA.
Rick just sent me a message saying that the workshop was fantastic and the attendees had a wonderful time learning architectural photography and street photography.
If you are interested in attending this workshop, we'll be running another in Toronto this May.
Jim Stamates' Alaska Whales, Wildlife and Icefields adventure this July is designed to take you on an incredible journey with a wide diversity of photographic opportunities.
Jim has been photographing Alaska for decades and knows the area in and out. This trip explores some of the wildest areas of the Inside Passage using private chartered boats and airplanes.
Each of these trips are filled with photography potential in their own right with the Yellowstone and Grand Teton workshops focusing on wildlife while the Redwoods workshop will focus on beautiful landscapes.
Posted by flashdeadline at April 17, 2012 1:12 AM
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