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July 2, 2014

Time to start thinking about Academy Fall schedule

Blog-ANPAT-14-SQ_125.jpgSummer is here and the Nikonians Academy curriculum is in full swing. Academy Director Mike Hagen tells us quite a few workshops and photo trips have already been sold out, so it is time to start thinking about the fall season.

Acadia_250.jpgAcadia National Park is always a hot spot during October and is known the world over for beautiful fall colors set against a stunning ocean seascape. Join Les Picker on our 4-day Acadia National Park photo adventure (October 16-20).

This year Les will be accompanied by his video assistant, who will help participants learn how to more effectively use Nikon (or Canon) video on their DSLRs or point-and-shoot cameras. This creative outlet is increasingly being adopted by photographers to express their creative intent.

The 14th edition of the Annual Nikonians Photo Adventure Trip (ANPAT) is sure to be a tremendous adventure of like-minded photographers. The setting this year will be in Rocky Mountain National Park.
Join us September 28 - October 4th. Rocky Mountain National Park is a photographer's dream location with classic landscapes, sweeping panoramas, and giant mountain vistas.

Each and every day, our intrepid ANPAT-14 crew of photographers will explore the mountains of Colorado. We put together a detailed daily itinerary that highlights the best the area has to offer and traveling on our own time table gives us the flexibility to stay on location as long as we wish.
We only have a few seats left.

Yellowstone and Grand Teton
Teton_Fall_Moose_250.jpgJim Stamates is one of the USA's premier wildlife photographers and he's running two fall wildlife photography trips to Yellowstone and the Grand Teton National Parks during September.

Mike Hagen received an update from Jim following his spring wildlife trips:
"Mike, the Yellowstone and Tetons were phenomenal this spring. Fox and coyote dens with pups, Badgers and all the usual species with young including bears. The best sighting of our trip was a pronghorn giving birth to twins. An amazing week."

Don't forget to check out all of our other trips and classroom workshops in places like Cuba, Death Valley, Tanzania, San Francisco, Houston and New York.

Posted by flashdeadline at July 2, 2014 12:48 AM