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September 24, 2014

Acadia Workshop sign-up deadline nears

Academy-SQ-Acadia-Flowers_125.jpgNikonians Academy Director Mike Hagen has returned from the Galapagos Photo Adventure and reviewed his current curriculum updates.

At the head of the list is a last minute reminder that sign-ups for Lester Picker's Acadia National Park photography adventure are in the last week of eligibility. The 4-day exploration of this national park in Maine, USA begins October 16th.

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Your leader, Lester Picker, is an incredible photographer and a great instructor to boot. To top it off, he's one of the foremost experts on Acadia National Park, having served for many years as a graduate researcher.

Few people anywhere know the park as well as he does.

Check out Mike Hagen's previous interview with Les.

Master Series
d600_shooting-menu_250.jpgOur Masters series workshops for October are all set to go for Los Angeles, Seattle and New York.

Join Mike Hagen and Steve Simon for these excellent classes that will help you learn the ins and outs of your cameras, software and flash systems.

Here's the schedule (by date):
? Los Angeles - October 9-12 (Mike Hagen)
? Seattle - October 16-18 (Mike Hagen)
? New York City - October 21-26 (Steve Simon)

Africa in November
hagen_tanzania_250.jpgInterested in going to Tanzania for a wildlife photography trip you'll never forget? Mike Hagen is leading our seventh Tanzania photo safari and will be in Tanzania from November 4th - 15th. Mike tells us he still has a few openings.

You'll be waking up in the early morning hours to take sunrise photos and then staying in the bush late for sunset photos. The goal is perfect light and great images so all decisions we make are around optimizing your photography experience.

During the middle part of the day and at night you will take a rest at our lodges and bush tents.

Urban Photography in Los Angeles
Urban_275.jpgRick Hulbert's Urban and Street Photography workshops are known as one of the best ways to understand how to photograph the built environment.

This workshop series is designed to improve your photography regardless of whether you consider picture taking a hobby, or you are a serious enthusiast, or a professional photographer, or earn your living as a member of the global real estate, design, and construction industries.

Join him in Los Angeles this December.

Death Valley Mid-November
Death-Valley_284.jpgMichael Mariant's Death Valley National Park: Sand Dunes and Landscape Oddities workshop is a 4-day visual extravaganza designed to help you be a better photographer.
Join him from November 14-17.

One surprising aspect of these travel/landscape photography workshops for nearly all attendees is the level of education provided.

There is a comprehensive photographic curriculum integrated into the workshop, with each location providing an exercise in technique and application.

Posted by flashdeadline at September 24, 2014 12:03 AM

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