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October 28, 2015

Urban & Street Workshops set for 2016

Academy-Hulbert-SQ-THU_120.jpgNikonians Academy Director Mike Hagen has good news for Rick Hulbert fans. 
Back by popular demand, Rick will be leading his Urban and Street Photography Workshop 4-day workshops in two North American cities next year. 
He'll be in Seattle in March and Chicago in September. 
Both of these downtown venues offer outstanding and varied hands-on shooting opportunities.
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While the illustrated lectures will give you the fundamental information you need, you will spend a significant portion of the workshop in the field, with hands on photography. 

Rick Hulbert will also give daily constructive critiques of your own selected images, which is a key part of the learning experience.

There is no requirement for fancy equipment. Any and every brand of camera will work, so we strongly encourage participants with Canon, Sony, Fuji, Leica and other camera brands to attend.

The principles taught will also apply to point and shoot cameras, new mirrorless cameras, and yes. . . even camera phones!

Take a look at attendee testimonials from Rick?s past workshops.

To guarantee your seat (along with only 9 others available) register here for Seattle or here for Chicago.

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Attention to detail ? The Hagen Hallmark

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Traveling to an exotic international location with a small, dedicated photography group is truly a joyful experience. 

Mike Hagen works hard to make his photo adventure trips excellent on all levels. 

Obviously, he takes you to the most beautiful and awe-inspiring locales on earth, but he pays extra attention to everything else like transportation, logistics and food to ensure the trip is efficient and fun. 

Speaking of food, he always places a premium on providing excellent meals. 

Mike says:

 hagen_galapagos_2015_325.jpg"You need to eat well in order to maintain your energy on my trips, so I make
a point to eat at nice restaurants or provide private chefs who prepare flavorful and robust meals each day. 

We do this for another reason as well: most photographers bring their spouses along on these trips as second shooters and I want spouses to have just as much fun as the rest
of us. In every case, they do!"


His goal is to help you create amazing images of your trip. He wants you to be proud of the work you create and wants you to be able to show off your images to friends and family so they are able to experience the scene just as is they were there with you.

Mike Hagen's trips to Iceland and Galapagos sold out last year, so he has added a total of four international trips in 2016.

? Iceland
? Galapagos
? Czech Republic
? Tanzania

Feel free to contact him 
him directly if you have questions. Or, head over to www.nikoniansacademy.com to read more about these international photo adventures.

Posted by flashdeadline at October 28, 2015 12:26 AM

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