September 30, 2014
October-November-December Academy spotlightsMasters Series workshops highlight the Nikonians Academy curriculum in October.
Steve Simon will be teaching a 6-day workshop series in New York at his new studio.
These workshops will cover the newest Nikon DSLR cameras (D7100, D610, D810, Df, D4s) as well as his signature Passionate Photographer 2-day Mastery Workshop.
Here's the schedule (by date):
Acadia ? last chance
We are nearing the last week to sign up for our Acadia National Park photography adventure.
This 4-day workshop begins on October 16.
Your leader, Lester Picker, is an incredible photographer and a great instructor to boot.
To top it off, he is 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. Les lived in Maine for ten years and received his doctorate in ecology from the University of Maine, using Acadia National Park for his research.
Check out Mike Hagen's previous interview with Les.
Photo Safari in Africa this November
Interested 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.
This is a trip for photographers, designed by photographers. Mike works exceedingly hard to help put you in the right spot at the right time.
One of the best aspects of this trip is that we are only allowing three photographers per vehicle. This means that each person will have an entire row to themselves with one seat for their camera gear and the other seat for themselves. There will be plenty of room to move around and everyone will have perfect access to all photo opportunities.
Urban and Street workshop in Los Angeles
Rick 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.
You will discover how to better frame and crop architectural and urban images using the long established basic principles of portrait, wedding, and event photography. By the way, if you are a wedding or event photographer, this workshop will take your photography up a notch as well.
Join Rick in Los Angeles this December.
Posted by flashdeadline at September 30, 2014 8:12 PM
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