August 21, 2011
Nikonians Academy adds cities for popular workshop series
Responding to great demand for the Academy's Master Series workshops, more cities have been added to an already packed schedule. Nikonians Academy Director Mike Hagen fills us in:
Next weekend (August 27-28), Steve Simon is running two workshops in Vancouver BC on the D300/D300s and the D700/D3/D3s/D3x cameras.
Our Fall workshop series is kicking into high gear with a photo-rich series of outdoor and travel photography adventures.
• For the wildlife photographers in our midst, Jim Stamates will be running his third Nikonians Academy trip to Grand Teton NP October 3rd - 6th. Jim has an uncanny ability to find elusive wildlife in this amazing National Park. In our past trips, Jim's group has photographed bears, elk, raptors, coyote and moose. Jim has secured permits for a small group to explore the park during the Fall colors and rut. You won't be disappointed!
• We've just had one cancellation for our 11th ANPAT to Zion NP and Bryce Canyon NP. Don't wait -- this last seat will sell quickly.
• Michael Mariant is known world-wide for his ability to teach photography at the highest level. He has two workshops with seats available scheduled for November. The first is Yosemite (November 3-16) where he'll be working with photographers to capture Fall colors and Infrared interpretations of the landscape. The second is Death Valley (November 17-21) where he'll guide the group to some of this planet's most incredible austere landscapes.
If you are needing some inspirational "rocket fuel" to kick your flash photography into high gear then check out David Tejada's Professional Lighting on Location. Don't let the name of the workshop intimidate you. David's goal is to teach very simple techniques that anyone can use to create excellent looking images at any location. David is a patient instructor with years of teaching experience. These workshops are scheduled for October 15-16 in Los Angeles and October 22-23 in the San Francisco Bay area.
Posted by flashdeadline at August 21, 2011 10:00 PM