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March 8, 2016

Academy instructor plans Budapest workshop

Academy-Logo-Budapest-SQ_110.jpgNikonians Academy instructor Rick Hulbert just announced a brand new workshop in Budapest, Hungary for 2017.
   

He's bringing the best of his Urban and Street Photography curriculum to this stunning city on the Danube River (May 18-21, 2017).

Budapest is a photographer's dream city. 

Rick's workshop will be based out of the historic Gellert Hotel and Spa, itself an art nouveau masterpiece.

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Budapest straddles the banks of the iconic Danube River. 

The west bank is defined by the Buda Hills, the medieval Castle Quarter, the fanciful Fisherman?s Bastion, and extensive Roman ruins and remnants from the Ottoman Turks who occupied the city for 150 years.

The east bank, the Pest side, is the center of culture and commerce. 

Dominated by its neo-Gothic parliament building, the Danube Promenade is a World Heritage site, and the inner city is rich with historic monuments, markets, Bauhaus and art nouveau buildings, as well as Soviet-era housing projects.

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Our workshops in The Woodlands, Texas are all set to go next month and we'd love to have you there. 

Both Rick Hulbert and Nikonians Academy Director Mike Hagen are teaching some of their favorite classes including:

- Urban and Street Photography

- Autofocus for Sports and Action

- Panorama Photography

- Studio Photography with a Model

Follow this link to learn more and to sign up.

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As many of you know, our partnership with CreativeLive is in full swing. We just finished up Photoshop Week 2016 with a panorama class by Mike Hagen.

Mike has also pre-selected a number of workshops that will be interesting to Nikonians members.

Frans Lanting will be giving a CreativeLive workshop on April 25th, 2016 that you'll be able to watch for free.

Until then, be sure to check out his two previous workshops on the Art of Seeing.

Posted by flashdeadline at March 8, 2016 9:19 PM

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