November 20, 2013
Safari success caps 2013 calendar - more workshops in Nov-Dec
Nikonians Academy Director Mike Hagen has just returned from leading his latest sold-out Tanzanian Photo Safari. Mike tells us the trip was "epic and we photographed an incredible amount of wildlife during the two-week journey."
The photo adventure traveled through five national parks, each filled with stunning animals and landscapes.
Mike sent this photo of Nikonians capturing images from their vantage point on a Toyota Landcruiser with an open top.
The vehicle is converted from a Toyota truck. It has a full cabin in back that seats a total of six passengers with a row down the middle.
The vehicle has side windows that slide open that allow you photography from a lower angle as well.
The adventure was limited to a class size of 12 (including the tour leader). Here's a group shot of the Tanzania Photo Safari 2013 participants.
If you are interested in signing up for next year's trip, follow this link for more information.
The final few weeks of 2013 are chock-full of workshops taught by Mike Hagen and Steve Simon. We are running classes on the newest Nikon cameras and flashes, as well as workshops on Lightroom and Steve Simon's signature The Passionate Nikon Photographer.
The Nikonians Academy 2014 adventure trip schedule is filling up with trips to the Klamath Basin, Yosemite, Berlin, Cambridge UK, Giant Redwoods, Alaska, Iceland, Galapagos, Cuba and Africa. We cover the globe bringing amazing journeys to photographers looking for the best photo adventures and workshops out there.
Posted by flashdeadline at November 20, 2013 2:33 AM
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