April 22, 2012
Workshop feedback delivers thumbs up for new course
Nikonians Academy Director Mike Hagen tells us Rick Hulbert’s recent inaugural Urban Photography workshop in Seattle hit the right cord with those who attended. The good news for members near the Toronto, Ontario area is there are still a few seats available for round two.
Here is Mike’s report:
Rick Hulbert, known for his Nikonians Photo Professors podcasts with Rick Paul, led his first Urban Photography workshop in Seattle last week and we are still hearing from members who attended.
Here’s a portion of one of the latest notes I have received:
Rick's workshop in Seattle was terrific. He's a skilled instructor and a wonderfully warm person who imparted much information and fun to all of us. Everyone was very upbeat about the experience, and, unlike me, most or all of the others had taken previous Nikonians Academy workshops. Rick had insightful lectures, was a good guide on the street, and gave stimulating critiques. He moved my photography up a level, and I had lots of fun.
The next 4-day Urban Photography workshop comes to Toronto, Ontario starting on May 3, and as of this weekend, I’m told we still have a few seats available.
Check your city listings
Due to high demand; we've added a significant number of workshops all around the USA on topics ranging from the new Nikon D800 and D4, to Lightroom 4, to Studio Lighting, to your old favorites such as Nikon Capture NX 2, iTTL Wireless Flash, Nikon D700/D3, Nikon D300/D300s, and Nikon D7000/D90.
One of our newest workshops is a two-day Nikon D800/D4 class that takes you through classroom instruction, field shooting and after capture processing.
If you don't see your favorite city on the list, rest assured that we are continuing to add workshops throughout the USA and Canada.
Next week, Winston Hall is operating his sold-out workshop to Monument Valley and the Slot Canyons around Page, Arizona.
The trip is a perennial favorite and almost always fills up as soon as dates are announced.
This workshop is limited to 10 participants. It covers such ideal photo locations as Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend and Glen Canyon.
The 4-day workshop begins on September 10, 2012.
Two for California (one brand new)
Michael Mariant's workshops are known far and wide as some of the best in the industry. This June, he's running the Giant Redwoods of Northern California from June 21 - 24.
For those of you interested in the amazing world of timelapse photography, he's created a brand new Timelapse Photography Workshop that will be based in the beautiful city of San Francisco, CA. The dates are July 12th - 14th, 2012.
To see all the other workshops we offer, head over to www.nikoniansacademy.com.
Posted by flashdeadline at April 22, 2012 5:47 PM