May 8, 2013
ANPAT 13 location locked on, seats going fast
The signature Nikonians gathering of the year has been announced, and half the seats are already reserved.
Nikonians founders Bo Stahlbrandt (bgs) and J. Ramón Palacios (jrp) invite you to join them along with Mike Hagen (Mike_Hagen), Nikonians Academy Director, for the 13th edition of the Annual Nikonians Photo Adventure Trip (ANPAT), October 5-12.
The ANPAT is the Nikonians field event of year.
Mike Hagen, our on-site liaison, tells us this year's trip will take you to Northern Arizona where you will explore the iconic western landscapes of Sedona, Flagstaff, the Petrified Forest, the Grand Canyon and much more.
The ANPAT is a unique blend of photography, adventure, skill-sharing, and just plain fun. Once you've been on one ANPAT, you'll want to come back every single year.
ANPATs are open to all Gold and Platinum members and we encourage you to sign up for ANPAT 13 today.
If you are new to the community, you may want see what members have to say about our ANPATs, from the early beginning.
More news from the Nikonians Academy includes these updates:
This week we continue our Masters series workshops in Indianapolis and in New York City. Then, in less than two weeks, we are running three different incredible adventures in Page, Arizona, Toronto, Ontario and Milan, Italy.
Our Page, Arizona trip focuses on Monument Valley and beautiful Slot Canyons. In Toronto, we are teaching our very popular Urban and Street Photography workshop. In Milan, Italy we'll be teaching our Glamour and Fashion Photography on Location.
Our Grand Teton Wildlife and Landscapes workshop in June has a few seats remaining and we know you'll learn an incredible amount from our professional photographer and master educator Jim Stamates.
Jim's skill in finding wildlife is matched by his intimate knowledge of Grand Teton National Park.
Also, during June, we are leading a wonderful trip to the Giant Redwoods of Northern California with instructor Michael Mariant.
Join Michael as he shows you the secrets of photographing some of the largest trees on the planet.
Finally, we are down to our last seat available for Iceland in mid-July. Join Mike Hagen in this incredible journey to the land of fire and ice.
Posted by flashdeadline at May 8, 2013 2:21 AM