May 15, 2012
Deadlines near on Nikonians Academy NJ workshop and Double-Park Special
Nikonians Academy Director Mike Hagen tells us this month will feature one workshop series in Fairfield, New Jersey and he can’t wait to unveil the brand new Master Studio Lighting with Profoto - One Day Workshop during that trip. Meanwhile the instructor staff is gearing up for a busy month of June.
Here is Mike’s Report:We're getting down to the wire for your last chance to sign up for my workshops in New Jersey. We’ll start on May 24 with Master Adobe Lightroom 3 & 4 Essentials, followed the next day by Master the Nikon D700 & D3/D3s/D3x In Depth, and then comes our Profoto Workshop on the 27th of May.
The Yellowstone trip is a special trip for us because we'll be using an outfitter to shuttle our group throughout the park in specially designed photo vehicles.
If you sign up for both the Yellowstone and Grand Teton workshops you'll receive $100 discount.
During our San Francisco series from June 7th - June 10th, we're bringing back one of our most popular workshops, Capture NX2.
We've conveniently placed this with our new Lightroom 4 workshop so you'll be able to fully understand how to integrate these two excellent software packages into your workflow.
We're also running two different flash workshops in San Francisco, an iTTL wireless flash class and a studio lighting workshop sponsored by Profoto. Sign up for boht to see how these two different flash technologies can work for your photography.
We'll also be covering wireless flash, Lightroom, and the D700/D3/D3s/D3x cameras.
June will also feature your chance to photograph the Giant Redwoods of Northern California with Michael Mariant in his signature 4-day photo adventure that will challenge your creativity.
Fill your memory cards with photos of the ethereal fog-shrowded forests that make the Giant Redwoods so popular.
Michael knows how to put together an amazing trip and we know you'll love the photos you take from this journey.
Posted by flashdeadline at May 15, 2012 5:08 AM
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