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Nikon School Selects Santa Monica for Workshop

Nikon Inc. recently shared their full Nikon School program schedule;  starting in January, Nikon School will host a variety of in-person programs in select cities across the country, each uniquely tailored to cover a diverse range of topics. Among these classes will be a new Wedding and Portrait Photography Workshop held at the luxurious Santa Monica seaside in early March. At this workshop, Nikon Ambassador Jerry Ghionis will guide attendees on how to create memorable portraits using high-quality Nikon gear. Following this hands-on experience, Ghionis will lead an exclusive seminar, sharing his wisdom on posing and lighting techniques. Nikon ambassador-led programs fill up quickly, so interested photographers are encouraged to visit the Nikon School webpage and promptly reserve their spots for upcoming offerings as they become available.

Galapagos 2011 trip, underwater shots with the FantaSea FP7000 housing and the Nikon Coolpix P7000. Isla Lobos (first sea lion) and other locations. (photo by Reed Hoffmann on 4/24/2011) Shot with a NIKON COOLPIX P7000 set to white balance of AUTO and ISO of 200, shutter speed of 1/408 at f/2.8, with exposure compensation at  -0.3, lens at 6mm and sharpening set to NORMAL, tone set to NORMAL.
Galapagos 2011 trip, underwater shots with the FantaSea FP7000 housing and the Nikon Coolpix P7000. Isla Lobos (first sea lion) and other locations. (photo by Reed Hoffmann on 4/24/2011)
Day 1 of Montana trip, with Donnie Sexton and Bob Smith, Glacier National Park. McDonald Falls on Avalanche Creek, Going to the Sun Road, Logan Pass, Mountain Goats, Sunrift Gorge (HDR), flowers in meadow near St. Mary, Bighorn Sheep at Logan Pass Visitor Center, grand vistas, infrared (IR), more. (Photo by Reed Hoffmann on 7/8/14) NIKON D80, {metering mode}, ISO 200, 1/320 at f/8, EV -1.0, lens at 14mm. Photo copyright Reed Hoffmann.
Day 1 of Montana trip, with Donnie Sexton and Bob Smith, Glacier National Park. 
(Photo by Reed Hoffmann on 7/8/14)

Nikon School offers a variety of classes designed to educate and inspire those with a passion for improving their photography with new interactive experiences. Nikon School has expanded its curriculum to include both online courses and destination workshops, in addition to local photography seminars, that invite beginners and enthusiasts to explore new creative possibilities.

In addition to these destination workshops, Nikon School Online allows users to develop their skills from the comfort of their own home. Nikon School Online will expand its curriculum with a new Fundamentals of PhotographyFeaturing Reed Hoffmann class, allowing even more photographers to master the basic principles of photography through in-depth explanations and hands-on demonstrations in real-world scenarios. The class will cover a range of topics including ISO, shutter speed and aperture, low-light and fast action shooting, exposure compensation, autofocus and the basics of composition, that will help to unleash each participant’s creative potential and take their photography to the next level.

To complement these new offerings, several of the industry’s finest photographers will be returning to Nikon School to offer their expertise to aspiring photographers nationwide. Photographers Michael Schwartz, Bob Pearson, JC Carey, Andy Dunaway and Reed Hoffmann will lead seminars and workshops in local markets across the country detailing the basics of photography and teaching the complexities of lighting to create stunning portraits. Classes will continue to offer technical expertise in camera exposure, controls and video capture, in addition to creative inspiration in topics such as Travel and Landscape, Action and People, as well as Elements of Photography.

For more information on Nikon School, including local workshops and courses as well as online classes, please visit www.NikonSchool.com.

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