May 29, 2011
Nikonians Academy summer and fall sessions update
Facing a busy June schedule, our Nikonians Academy workshop leaders are already looking forward to the months ahead.
David Tejada (www.tejadaphoto.com) is back with more of his world-famous Small Strobes workshops. These two-day workshops designed specifically for the Nikonians Academy are called Professional Lighting on Location with Nikon CLS.
They are perfect for anyone who wants to take great flash photos at events, friends homes or even for your clients. The first three Professional Lighting on Location workshops are scheduled for Boston, Los Angeles and San Francisco later this summer and early fall.
June and July are filled with workshops all around the USA and Canada. Many of our classes are selling out, so don't wait to sign up for Seattle, New York, Dallas, Edmonton Alberta, and Austin, Texas.
The Academy staff is running classes in topics such as:
▪ Master the Nikon D700/D3/D3s/D3x In Depth
▪ Master the Nikon D700/D3/D3s/D3x Advanced
▪ Master Nikon iTTL Wireless Flash
▪ Master Nikon Capture NX 2
▪ The Passionate Photographer
▪ Photoshop for Photographers In Depth
▪ Photoshop for Photographers Advanced
▪ Master the Nikon D7000 D90 and D80
▪ Master the Nikon D300/D300s In Depth
You can check on the courses coming your way by checking our "By Dates" schedule.
In August and September, Les Picker will be running a new workshop called Yukon-Canada's Untamed Wilderness.
Les is a veteran in Canada's Yukon territory and knows how to get to the right spot at the right time for stunning photography. You won't be disappointed with this trip and it is the perfect opportunity to photograph one of Canada's premier wildlife and landscape locations.
For those of you looking for a visual treat, check out Winston Hall's Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta-40th Anniversary photo trip this October.
This year's event will be combining big celebrations and the balloon spectacle. The Academy has already sold a number of seats and is looking to sell out soon.
Posted by flashdeadline at May 29, 2011 8:02 PM