January 1, 2013
Nikonians Academy ready for New Year
2013 is shaping up to be our biggest year yet for the Nikonians Academy.
In addition to our highly popular Master's series workshops, we are now increasing the availability of adventure workshops in outstanding locations.
These are designed to help you learn how to master your gear while also helping you explore our incredible planet
This forms a powerful combination; our adventure trips span the globe and our classroom-based workshops cover the newest technology on the market today.
Your last opportunity to sign up for our January workshops in Florida is this week. This includes both Orlando (January 11-13) and Fort Lauderdale (January 17-19). Academy Director Mike Hagen is teaching classes on the Nikon D800, D4, iTTL Wireless Flash and Lightroom 4. Many classes have already sold out and have long waiting lists.
For our members in Europe, we have our Glamour and Fashion Photography workshop (January 19 – 21). Join master photographer Guiseppe Circhetta as he teaches on-location lighting techniques with live fashion models in downtown Milan, Italy.
Shoot for a whole weekend with Giuseppe and his team and learn how to approach glamour & editorial shootings (production & postproduction).
This is your opportunity to learn the techniques that will help you become a great glamour and fashion photographer.
Join Michael Mariant in Yosemite, CA this February for his amazingly beautiful Yosemite in Winter: A Season of Contrast. This is one of Michael's favorite workshops and he loves to show off the grand beauty of Yosemite National Park.
We've been adding workshops all around the USA and will continue to do so.
Check out our Masters series workshops in Seattle, Los Angeles (hosted at Samy's), Denver, Las Vegas, Raleigh, New Jersey (hosted at Unique Photo), Dallas, Vancouver and Indianapolis. These workshops are widely praised as some of the best in the industry. We guarantee you will love the classes and want to come back for more.
Posted by flashdeadline at January 1, 2013 9:10 PM
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