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June 12, 2013

Workshop leaders preparing for annual favorites

redwoods-225-thu.jpgOne of our most popular Nikonians Academy photo adventures begins in two weeks and your workshop leader has a few seats left.

Michael Mariant's four day Giant Redwoods of Northern California workshop starts June 27th.

Redwoods_175.jpgClass size is limited to 10 participants only, to maximize interaction with your instructor.

You will learn:
▪ Photographic techniques
▪ Directly related to the Giant Redwoods of Northern California
▪ (i.e. exposure control, white balance shifting, digital zone system, HDR)
▪ Evaluative composition
▪ Pre-visualization of final image
▪ From exposure through post-production
▪ To presentation
▪ Alternative digital processes/approaches

Nikonians Academy Director Mike Hagen says the schedule for the rest of this year reflects a heartfelt goal to provide quality workshops around the globe:

"Our instructors are busier than ever running these workshops because we love sharing our knowledge in order to help you achieve your photographic goals. This year, we have workshops all around North America (USA and Canada) as well as England, Germany, Italy, Iceland, Tanzania, and Australia. Join us for a photo experience you'll never forget."

Steve Simon is running Nikon D800, D4, D600, D7100, D7000 and the Passionate Nikon Photographer workshops this July and August in Toronto, New Orleans, San Francisco, Portland, Oregon and Victoria BC. These classes are consistently rated as top notch by those who attend.

Africa-Hagen.jpgMeanwhile, Mike Hagen leaves for Iceland at the end of July, and then heads out for Tanzania in November.
During the week-long workshop in Africa you will be photographing the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara, Tarangire and at private luxury tent camps throughout Northern Tanzania.
All this comes with private Land cruisers, professional wildlife guides, catered meals and excellent accommodations. Class size is limited to 12 participants and this number includes your Tour Leader.

BalloonFiesta_250.jpgFall is one of the Academy's busiest seasons for outdoor and nature photography. The entire staff encourages you to join a photo adventure trip with Jim Stamates, Lester Picker, Winston Hall, or Michael Mariant to some place wild. This fall, they have trips planned to Yellowstone NP, Grand Teton NP, Acadia NP, Eastern Sierras, and New Mexico for the annual Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta.

Your portal to all information on workshops and photo adventures can be found at the Nikonians Academy home page.

Posted by flashdeadline at June 12, 2013 12:50 AM