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April 11, 2011

Nikonians Academy update

Nikonians-Academy-News-Bog.jpgSpring is here and the great outdoors are calling. We have two wonderful adventures in May that appeal to the landscape photographer and the wildlife photographer.

Double Arches.jpgThe first is Winston Hall's Moab, UT Photo Adventure from May 10 - May 13 and the second is Jim Stamates' Wildlife Adventure in Grand Teton NP from May 23-May 26. The Moab workshop will photograph some of Utah's most amazing scenery - locations like Delicate Arch, Arches NP, Mesa Arch, Buck Canyon and more. The Wildlife photography workshop in Grand Teton will concentrate on all the new baby animals born in the spring such as elk, moose, bear, wolves, beaver, owls.

Steve Simon is bringing a four day workshop series to Montreal, Quebec from 4/20 - 4/23. He'll be teaching Master the Nikon D300/D300s In Depth, Master the Nikon D7000 D90 and D80, Master the Nikon D700 & D3/D3s/D3x In Depth as well as his famous and popular Passionate Photographer workshop. After Montreal, Steve heads over to the Windy City (Chicago USA) to run the same workshops from May 7 - May 10.

Michael-Mariant_150.jpg One of Michael Mariant's favorite shooting locations is the redwood forests of the Pacific Coast. He has been shooting there for years and has designed a wonderful workshop called Giant Redwoods of Northern California which will run June 23 - June 26. Check out his new video for this workshop here:

Lester_Picker_200.jpgOur newest instructor Lester Picker has put together a fantastic adventure to the Yukon this August. Imagine photographing grizzly bear, foxes, giant mountain ranges and old ghost towns, all while staying at wonderful lodges and eating great food. One of the highlights of the trip will be photographing the Northern Lights above the grand landscape. You're going to love it!

Posted by flashdeadline at April 11, 2011 12:41 AM