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April 9, 2014

2014 workshops cover cameras, techniques, adventures

Academy-Logo_Galap_SQ_110.jpgThe Nikonians Academy 2014 workshop curriculum has our instructors preparing for workshops and photo adventures in North American cities, National Parks and International scenic islands. 

Steve Simon and Mike Hagen are running the Masters Series workshops  this week, with the next stop in Chicago, then off to Dallas and Houston - The Woodlands, Texas. The workshops cover the Nikon D800, Df and D4.

In a brief report from the road, Mike gives us a glimpse at some of the highlights for this year::

"I want to invite our members to join our professional wildlife photographer Jim Stamates one or both of our spring wildlife shoots in Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park. These are scheduled for the last week of May and the first week of June to coincide with all the new baby animals.


Rick Hulbert just finished up his very successful Urban and Street Photography workshops in Germany and the UK. 

His next workshops are set for the USA beginning in June with SeattleAtlanta, and Vancouver on the agenda.

We've changed the model a little bit and have split the workshops into two, 2-day sessions. 

Mastering Architectural and Urban Photography and Mastering Composition in Photography.

Although you may take either workshop on its own, they are designed to be taken in conjunction with each other. If you sign up for both workshops, you will be eligible for a bundling rebate. Details are in the course descriptions. 

Rick guarantees that you will come away with a better understanding of composition that goes far beyond 'artistic feelings' and 'divine proportions.' 

Join us for an international photo experience to somewhere wild and exotic. 


We just sold out for our Iceland Birds and Landscape trip, but still have room for TanzaniaSri LankaGalapagosCuba and Costa Rica.

These trips are designed by photographers for photographers so we take full advantage of the beautiful light and stunning scenery.

If you are looking for a photo adventure in one of the USA National Parks, you need to check on Michael Mariant's outings this year. He knows the western national parks like no one else.

His workshops to YosemiteDeath ValleyEastern Sierra and the Giant Redwoods are well designed and highly educational."

Posted by flashdeadline at April 9, 2014 12:34 AM