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December 18, 2012

New workshops add to Academy schedule

Nikonians-Academy-Update.jpgNikonians Academy Director Mike Hagen (Mike_Hagen) reports the staff has finalized plans for new workshops in the coming year.
The schedule now includes more of the highly popular Master's series in the USA for the first half of 2013 and some of those workshops seats are going fast.

You can check all workshops by Topic, by City Area and by Date.

Our newest additions include workshops in Seattle, Denver, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Raleigh, Dallas, Indianapolis, and New Jersey.

This is just the beginning. We have many more workshops we'll be adding in the coming weeks. Keep watching for new Masters workshops from Steve Simon, Winston Hall, and Mike Hagen.

Glamour_3_150.jpgOur January workshops are filling up fast. For those in Europe, Giuseppe Circhetta's Glamour and Fashion photography workshop in Milan, Italy is the perfect way to put your new Christmas gear to use.

You will shoot for a whole weekend with Giuseppe and his team and learn glamour, editorial production and post production techniques.

Urban_250.jpgIn the USA, check out Rick Hulbert's Urban and Street photography workshop in San Francisco or Mike Hagen's Florida workshops in Orlando and Fort Lauderdale covering the Nikon D800/D4, Nikon iTTL Wireless Flash, and Adobe Lightroom 4. You need to hurry because a number of the classes are sold out, or are down to their last seat.

Yosemite_175.jpgMichael Mariant's February workshop titled Yosemite in Winter, A Season of Contrast is a leading favorite every year.
The stunning beauty of snow-covered trees under soaring granite peaks is something everyone should photograph at least once in their lifetime.
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Posted by flashdeadline at December 18, 2012 12:52 AM