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October 22, 2013

Nikonians Academy finishing 2013 strong-- preps for 2014

Eagle-flight_THU.jpgLooking ahead to 2014, the Nikonians Academy curriculum includes the most popular workshops mixed with challenging outdoor adventures.

Academy Director Mike Hagen takes the lead in January, bringing the Masters series to Orlando, Florida (Jan 9-12).

February finds Richard Hulbert in San Francisco (starting Feb 6) and Dallas (starting Feb 20) leading his four-day Urban and Street Photography Workshop.

Eagle-flight_250.jpgMeanwhile, Jim Stamates brings his Bald Eagles of Klamath Basin Photography Workshop to Oregon starting on February 12th, and Michael A. Mariant leads the Yosemite in Winter: A Season of Contrast photo adventure starting on February 20.


Our 2013 calendar is finishing strong:

Looking ahead to November:

Stangl_Portrait_Comp2_200.jpgGreg Stangl brings his Secrets of Studio and Environmental Portraiture 3-day interactive workshop to Richmond. VA starting November 4th.

This class is a must-have for any photographer considering a career in professional portraiture or anyone that needs to increase their understanding of photographing people.

Greg strongly believes in “learning by doing” so come prepared to be an active part of the class. He has a proven track record of helping students become better photographers.

His detailed workbook guarantees that the lessons you learn will become a permanent part of your creative arsenal.
Steve Simon takes the Masters series to New York City starting November 6th,
His schedule includes:
- Master the Nikon D600, D7000 & D7100 - In Depth 1 (November 6)
- Master the Nikon D600, D7000 & D7100 - In Depth 2 (November 7)
- Master the Nikon D800 and D4 - In Depth 1 (November 8)
- Master the Nikon D800 and D4 - In Depth 2 (November 9)
- The Passionate Nikon Photographer Two-Day Mastery Workshop (November 10-11)

Steve will be taking the same series to Boston, starting November 14.
d600_shooting-menu_250.jpgWinston Hall leads the Masters series in Tampa, Florida starting November 7th.
His schedule includes:
- Master the Nikon D800 and D4 - In Depth 1 (November 7)
- Master the Nikon D800 and D4 - In Depth 2 (November 8)
- Master the Nikon D600, D7000 & D7100 - In Depth 1 (November 9)
- Master Nikon i-TTL Wireless Flash, CLS (November 10)

Winston will bring the same series to San Antonio, Texas (November 14-17) and The Woodlands, Texas (November 21-24)

Looking ahead to December
Steve Simon will be hosting his Masters series in Atlanta, starting December 4, while Winston C. Hall takes the series to Phoenix, starting December 5.

Steve's next workshops will head to Philadelphia starting December 10 while Winston Hall's next stop takes him to Las Vegas beginning December 12.

Mike Hagen finishes out the year hosting the Masters series in San Diego, starting December 12.

Posted by flashdeadline at October 22, 2013 11:28 PM