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April 15, 2015

Hulbert's Urban Photography workshop heads for London

Academy-Hulbert-SQ-THU_120.jpgRick Hulbert's next Urban and Street Photography workshop is set for London, May 14-17, 2015.
Rick is one of the best at teaching photographers how to see in the urban, built environment.

He's practiced as a professional architect for decades and when he combines that knowledge with his excellence in photography you are set for a top-notch workshop.


He continues to receive excellent feedback.  Here?s what a participant wrote in a message to Nikonians Academy Director Mike Hagen about last week's San Francisco workshop -

I just finished Rick Hulbert's workshop and it was an outstanding class. As you told me, he is a talented, engaging and humorous guy and I really enjoyed his in depth presentation!

He couldn't have been more caring to everyone's needs. I read up on his accomplishments in architecture and they totally "blew my mind." I'm not sure that I have ever met anyone who is so accomplished and so humble.

- Earl McGrath



Michael Mariant's Yosemite Spring trip is an annual best seller and he has seats available for the next adventure (starting May 14). You will photograph blooming flowers, stunning landscapes, deep forest and meandering rivers while learning from Michael Mariant's decades of experience in this iconic national park.

This workshop focuses not only on the 'where' to take the pictures, but also on the 'how' to take pictures, incorporating photographic education throughout the workshop at each location. By building on the previous location's techniques and lessons, this allows for culmination in a comprehensive lesson in composition, modified exposure, light controls, Nikon Creative Lighting System (CLS), and Infrared (IR) photography.

This truly is a collaboration of extensive, comprehensive landscape photography education coupled with a dynamic location.



Don?t forget to check Mike Hagen?s article in The Nikonian eZine #58 on photographing in the Galapagos. Read the article, then think about joining him this September in the Galapagos Islands for a wildlife photography adventure you'll never forget.

Each day will feature a different area of the islands. You expedition yacht has the ability to anchor close to favorite attractions and the small group size means everyone can be nimble while photographing nature's splendor.

The trip includes seven nights on a Galapagos cruise and two nights in Guayaquil Ecuador.

The food on the yacht is wonderful and cooked by some of the best chefs on the water. You will have access to snorkel equipment and kayaks and also have the opportunity for underwater photography if you decide to take on that challenge.



Jim Stamates has two spring wildlife photography trips to Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park this May and June.

Jim has been photographing wildlife in these parks for decades and is one of the foremost experts in wildlife behavior in these two ecosystems.

Spring is the best time to photograph new baby animals and Jim knows how to find them.

The Grand Teton photo adventure runs May 25-28, 2015, followed by the Yellowstone photo adventure (June 1?4, 2015).

Posted by flashdeadline at April 15, 2015 1:24 AM