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July 9, 2014

Nikonians Academy curriculum update

Academy-SQ-Monkey_110.jpgOur Nikonians Academy instructors are putting the finishing touches on their upcoming workshops and trips. Jim Stamates' 11-day Costa Rica photography tour next February is shaping up to be an amazing trip.
   

Jim has been leading tours to this lush land for years now and know the are extremely well.

This adventure is limited to 12 explorers for a more personal experience.

CostaRica_300.jpgThis is an eco-adventure and includes everything Costa Rican from mountains to beaches, rural towns to rain forest, wildlife, birds, scenery, butterfly gardens, culture, volcanoes and even a sunset boat tour that is one of the highlights of the trip.

You will learn:
▪ Travel/adventure photography
▪ Photographing wildlife in the jungle
▪ Landscape photography
▪ Macro photography
▪ Costa Rican lifestyle and history and people
▪ Best places for photography

Our August workshops are sold out, but September workshops are right around the corner.

Join us for Rick Hulbert's Urban and Street Photography workshop in Houston and San Antonio, Texas.

Then, we have Steve Simon's Master's series workshops set for San Francisco (starting September 9) where he'll be teaching classes on all the current Nikon dSLRs such as the D610, D600, D7100, D800, D4s, Df and more.

Our Sri Lanka trip in September only has three seats remaining.

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Don't hesitate to sign up for this if you are looking for an exotic adventure to a foreign land. This trip highlights wildlife, landscapes and cultural photography by one of the best in the business - Les Picker.

Join us for a 12-day (11-night) exploration of the unparalleled photographic possibilities in this island nation. Located off the southernmost coast of India, Sri Lanka is replete with some of the oldest Buddhist and Hindu temples in the world (many still in use), some of the friendliest and most photogenic people on Earth, and wildlife that rivals Africa?s best locations − all at a fraction of the cost.

Mike Hagen, Nikonians Academy Director, still has seats available for his Cuba Cultural and Photo Tour this October and his Tanzania Safari this November. Both trips offer stunning photo opportunities and daily instruction from Mike.

Posted by flashdeadline at July 9, 2014 12:57 AM

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