May 21, 2014
ANPAT-14 seats availability shrinks
The number of available seats in the edition of the Annual Nikonians Photo Adventure Trip (ANPAT-14) has shrunk to single digits. Only nine reservations are left to be made.
The ANPAT, at Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado, USA will be held from September 28 to October 4. The park is a photographer's dream location with classic landscapes, sweeping panoramas, and giant mountain vistas.
Check the official Nikonians Academy ANPAT page for more information.
To see what the attendees are discussing in advance of the adventure, click here.
If you want to enjoy a photo adventure with our Nikonians Academy instructors even earlier, you still have time to register with Jim Stamate's trip to Grand Teton later this month and to Yellowstone the first week of June for a wildlife photography workshop. Jim's field workshops are known worldwide for their excellent ability to produce stunning wildlife images in great light.
For those on the West Coast, check out Michael Mariant's amazing trip to the Giant Redwoods of Northern California this June.
This workshop focuses not only on the 'where' to take the pictures, but also on the 'how' to take pictures, incorporating photographic education throughout the workshop at each location.
By building on the previous location's techniques and lessons, this allows for culmination in a comprehensive lesson in pre-visualization, composition, modified exposure and light controls.
Rick Hulbert has added an entire new schedule of Urban and Street Photography workshops around the USA for 2014. Next up is Seattle in June, then Vancouver, Houston, San Antonio and Los Angeles.
The reviews from Rick's workshops are excellent and people fly in from destinations far and wide to attend.
Interested in an international photo adventure? Join us for an incredible trip to Sri Lanka, Tanzania, or Cuba this year. Each trip has its own unique mix of exciting wildlife or cultural photography or both.
Posted by flashdeadline at May 21, 2014 4:15 AM
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