May 12, 2015
Grand Teton and Yellowstone workshops up next
Spring is the best time to photograph baby animals in the Yellowstone & Grand Teton ecosystems. Our Nikonians Academy resident professional wildlife photographer Jim Stamates is leading two separate trips to these National Parks and you are invited to join him.
He will host his popular springtime photo adventures in succession at these two parks, starting late this month and his invitation is open to either or both workshops in a row.
These field workshops will help you learn the ins and outs of wildlife photography in North America.
Each day ends with your memory cards filled with exceptional images. You will eat lunch as a group at one of the local in-park restaurants with time to socialize and get to know fellow enthusiasts. Instruction will be in the field. No strenuous hiking.
This week we have photographers at workshops in London and in Yosemite.
Don't miss out on your own opportunity to join us on a photo
workshop somewhere in the world.
Join us in Alaska this summer, the Galapagos this September, California or Maine this fall, or in Tanzania this November.
If you are checking your calendar, here?s a quick reference guide for the next four months:
Teton Wildlife and Landscapes - Spring 2015 (starting May 25)
Wildlife and Landscapes - Spring 2015 (starting June 1)
Redwoods of Northern California (Starting June 26)
- Whales, Bears, and Ice Fields Wildlife Photography Adventure - (starting July
Photography Adventure ? (starting September 13)
Sierra and The Owens Valley ? (starting Sept 24)
▪ 15th ANPAT- Badlands
in the Fall ? (starting September 26).
Special Note: The 15th Anniversary Annual Nikonians Photo
Adventure Trip (ANPAT) in the Fall is booking fast, with less than a dozen
Your trip coordinator. Eric Bowles has arranged for visits
▪ Badlands National Park
▪ Buffalo Gap National Grassland
▪ Custer State Park
▪ Sylvan Lake State Park
▪ Mt. Rushmore National Memorial
▪ Crazy Horse Memorial
▪ Wind Cave NP
▪ Devils Tower
In addition: This year there will be a total lunar eclipse on the evening of September 27 beginning at sundown. During this type of eclipse, the Moon will gradually get darker and then take on a rusty or blood red color. Weather permitting we'll be at a great location to catch it.
Posted by flashdeadline at May 12, 2015 10:59 PM