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March 25, 2012

Academy instructors preparing Nikon D4 and Nikon D800 workshops

Nikonians-Academy-Update.jpgNikonians Academy Director Mike Hagen reports the instructor staff is receiving the new Nikon D4 and Nikon D800 cameras, and they are seriously impressed with the image quality potential. The instructor team has already begun creating new D800/D4 workshop curricula for the Nikonians Academy and these workshops will begin rolling out in May.

Here is Mike’s report:
Make sure you look for the official workshop postings on the Nikon D800 and Nikon D4 later this week at www.nikoniansacademy.com.


I’ve already had a chance to work with the Nikon D800 and you can have a look at my impressions in my blog.

Meanwhile—On the Road
Our intense workshop schedule for March is just wrapping up and we are looking forward to April with workshops in Denver, Seattle and California's Big Sur.

Our four Denver workshops scheduled for April 4-7 are close to selling out, so don't wait too much longer to sign up for the D700/D3, Lightroom 3/4 and iTTL Wireless Flash workshops led by Winston C. Hall.

Rick Hulbert's four-day Seattle Urban Photography workshop will be a wonderful opportunity to learn the intricacies of photographing urban environments, architecture, and street photography.

This workshop series is designed to improve your photography regardless of whether you consider picture taking a hobby, or you are a serious enthusiast, or a professional photographer, or earn your living as a member of the global real estate, design, and construction industries.

Michael Mariant's trip to California's Big Sur (April 19-22) will take photographers through one of the Pacific Coast's most dramatic areas.

Michael knows the area well and is one of the foremost experts on the landscapes, waterfalls and coastlines in this region.

Reminder: Your Big Sur deadline for signing up is April 4th.

Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons are two of North America's most incredible locations for wildlife photography.

Our wildlife photography instructor, Jim Stamates, knows these two National Parks like the back of his hand and is running two workshops in June.

For participants who book both of these back-to-back, we are offering a $100 rebate.

The Yellowstone dates are June 2-5 and the Grand Teton dates are June 6-9.

Speaking of North American wildlife, check out Jim Stamates' Alaskan Wildlife Photography Adventure from July 22 - 28.

This trip will be an excellent opportunity to photograph whales, bears, eagles, glaciers and everything else "Alaska".

Jim knows how to run a great trip and I know you'll love this experience.

For those on the East Coast of the USA, it is already time to start thinking about Fall colors in Acadia NP.

Les Picker has been photographing the east for decades and is one of the best suited to lead photo workshops to Acadia NP.

Our Acadia NP Photography Adventure will run October 18th - 21st and includes an amazing variety of photographic destinations such as sunrise from Cadillac Mountain, Jordan Pond, Bar Harbor, Ocean Drive, Thunder Hold and Thuya Gardens.

Posted by flashdeadline at March 25, 2012 9:53 PM