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December 25, 2013

2014 workshop curriculum set to launch

Our Nikonians Academy Instructors will soon be packing their gear and to begin a fresh round of workshops for 2014.Academy-SQ-Urb_200.jpg

Check these highlights:
Join Rick Hulbert on his 4-day Urban and Street Photography workshop. First up is San Francisco in February 6 - 9 down at the Fisherman's Wharf.

Urban_175.jpgYou will discover how to better frame and crop architectural and urban images using the long established basic principles of portrait, wedding, and event photography.

You will learn how to create jaw-dropping images that will be the envy of both your photographer friends and potential future clients.

Rick takes the same workshop to Dallas, Texas February 20-23, and for our Nikonians in Europe, he has Urban and Street Photography workshops planned for Berlin and Cambridge during March.

eagle-flight-350.jpgJim Stamates' Bald Eagles of Klamath Basin Photography Workshop is designed to be a wonderful 2-day field photography experience.

This shoot is in conjunction with the Winter Wings Festival with other photographers like Rick Sammon and Bill Thompson. It will be a stupendous event with bird photography at the forefront.

You will have the opportunity to focus your attention and our cameras on the hundreds of Bald Eagles that winter at the Klamath Basin NWR along with thousands of Swans, Geese, and Ducks.

This is the place to be for wintering waterfowl, bald eagle and birds of prey photography.
Jim will share is low impact field techniques that have helped him capture thousands of amazing photographs that have been published worldwide. Jim will use his 35 years of experience and knowledge of wildlife, birds, and the natural environment to help you express your uniqueness through your photography. He will also share a little known secret on how to find and get close to wildlife.

d600_shooting-menu_200.jpgMike Hagen will be in Orlando, Florida during the second week of January running four days of workshops:

-- Master the Nikon D800 and D4 - In Depth 1
-- Master the Nikon D600, D7000 & D7100 - In Depth 1
-- Master Adobe Lightroom 5 In Depth 1
-- Master Adobe Lightroom 5 In Depth 2

Mike tells us the classes are filling up quickly and he only has two seats remaining for the D600/D7000/D7100 workshop and three seats for the D800/D4 workshop.

Posted by flashdeadline at December 25, 2013 10:02 AM