February 6, 2013
Urban and Street Photography workshops coming to Cuba and Mexico
Rick Hulbert's Urban and Street Photography workshops are receiving phenomenal reviews. Last week, he hosted a sold-out class in San Francisco with people attending from all over the world. Due to the success of these classes, the Nikonians Academy has scheduled new Urban Photography workshops to Old Havana, Cuba and to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.
Some members with citizenship in countries that do not have completely unrestricted travel arrangements with Cuba will notice the Havana workshop is being arranged through a third party. As an international community of Nikon enthusiasts we need to make clear that the Academy is not circumventing current travel guidelines. We recognize the simple fact that not all members will be able to take advantage of the Havana Urban and Street Photography workshop and we do not engage in political debate regarding international travel restrictions.
We have just one seat remaining for our outdoor photography workshop titled Yosemite in Winter: A Season of Contrast. Michael Mariant runs this popular class every year and we can't wait to see the beautiful images from this year's event.
We have more Master's Series workshops than we know what to do with during February, March, and April. Our scheduled topics include workshops on the Nikon D800, D800E, D4, D600, D7000, Lightroom 4, iTTL Wireless Flash, and The Passionate Nikon Photographer.
If you are into photographing wild animals, then check out our workshops to Alaska (bears, whales, birds), Grand Tetons (moose, elk), Iceland (birds, landscapes), and Tanzania (lion, leopard, cheetah). We'd love to have you on one of our field photography adventures!
Posted by flashdeadline at February 6, 2013 1:05 AM
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