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September 16, 2014

Busy October for Nikonians Academy

Academy-Logo-sq-Df_200.jpgNikonians Academy Director Mike Hagen is finishing up the Galapagos Photo Adventure and when he gets back, he won't have much time to unpack.

Mike is bringing back (by popular demand) the Lightroom and iTTL wireless flash workshops for the Los Angeles and Seattle Masters Series scheduled for October

Mike will be in Los Angeles October 9-12 and in Seattle October 16-18.

Mike-Hagen-150.jpgDuring the series, you?ll learn how to integrate Lightroom 5 into your digital life. Mike helps you understand how to use Lightroom to import, sort, rate, edit, color correct, and make quick enhancements to your images. Then you?ll learn how to export your digital images for print, email or uploading. Learn how to set up Lightroom as your digital hub.

After taking this workshop, you?ll be well prepared for Master Adobe Lightroom 5 In Depth 2 (the following day).

The flash workshops are for anyone who owns a SB-600, SB-700, SB-800, SB-900, SB-910 Speedlight and wants to understand how the i-TTL (intelligent Through The Lens) system works and what Nikon's Creative Lighting System (CLS) can do for you.
You will learn flash techniques that will help you solve difficult lighting scenarios. We'll cover methods on how to creatively light situations that arise in studio photography, outdoor portraits, product photography, closeup and flower photography, web and product photography, travel photography, fill-flash photography and night photography.

The Los Angeles workshops also include Master the Nikon D800, D810, Df, D4 and D4s - In Depth 1.

Acadia seats limited
Picker-175.jpgOnly three seats are now available for the Acadia National Park Photography Adventure with Les Picker (starting October 16).

Les knows this park inside out and does a wonderful job of both teaching and helping participants create beautiful images.

Join us for a 4-day exploration of the exciting photographic possibilities in Acadia. You will explore its intimate coves and vaunted mountains, its pristine seashore and lush forests.

Les timed this workshop to take advantage of fall foliage with its resplendent colors.

New York in October
SteveSimon_175.jpgThe Masters Series workshops with Steve Simon will be arriving in New York City (starting October 21). Steve's schedule for New York includes his popular Passionate Photographer 2-Day workshop.

In his best selling and critically acclaimed book The Passionate Photographer, Steve maintains that to do your best work requires a technical mastery after which your creativity will soar.

If you own any of the following Nikon bodies: D7000, D7100, D600, D610, D700, D800, D300/D300s, D3, D3s, D3x, D4, D4s, Df then you are eligible to take this intensive two-day workshop designed to make your camera fade to the background, no longer getting in the way of the images you know you can make.
The New York workshops cover October 21-26.

Photo Safari special invitation
We want you to come to Tanzania with us. There are a few seats remaining for our November trip (Nov 4-15) and your workshop leader Mike Hagen will make sure it as one of the best wildlife photography opportunities you'll experience in your lifetime.

Your will see lions, cheetah, leopard, elephants, giraffe and over 100 species of birds on this adventure. Be sure to bring lots of memory cards because you'll need them.

Posted by flashdeadline at September 16, 2014 11:28 PM

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