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New One-Day Seminar!

I'm happy to announce I will be holding a 1-day seminar entitled "Manual Exposure and Filtration for Nature Photography"†at Shutterstories in Riverside, CA!

What is it?
Learn how to manually expose and get the pictures you envisioned in the "Manual Exposure and Filtration for Nature Photography" seminar led by Outdoor Photographer published writer and photographer Nick Carver. This seminar is sure to demystify the seemingly complex craft of manual exposure and how to get the correct exposure from the start. Nick Carver will teach you his easy-to-understand and fun-to-use technique for manual exposure so you'll never have to guess at exposure again! You'll also learn how to use the must-have filters of all the great landscape photographers along with pro field techniques that will take your images from amateur to pro in record time!

Who's it for?
Photographers of all skill levels

When is it?
Saturday, November 14, 2009 from 1:00pm - 4:00pm

How much is it?
Only $39!

How can I reserve my seat?
Call Melissa Tippie of Shutterstories at 951.318.1574 or 951.683.3444

Reserve your seat today! Full info here.

New Winter & Spring 2010 Workshop Schedule

Introducing the new workshop schedule for winter and spring 2010!

Announcing 19 new photography workshops scheduled for fall 2009, winter 2010 and spring 2010! The spring workshops include wildflower photo excursions to many wildflower hot spots like Joshua Tree National Park, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park and Antelope Valley Poppy Reserve! To get more information and to see the upcoming schedule of workshops, head over to the†Workshops Main Page.

Reserve your spot in one of these workshops today before they fill up!

Sep 5th Crystal Cove Workshop Results

We had another great workshop at Crystal Cove State Park this past Saturday! The sunset wasn't anything to get excited about, but the pictures were good nonetheless. Here are a couple of my pictures from the night. They both have a similar theme with the diagonally-oriented rock formations, but I liked them both so here you go!


f/20, 1", ISO 50, 16mm, 3-stop hard split ND


f/14, 1", ISO 50, 17mm, 3-stop hard split ND

Once again I'd like to thank all of my students for attending! You guys were great and I hope you all learned something new from this workshop!

Get more information on all of my workshops including another Sunset in Crystal Cove Workshop on October 25th at www.NickCarverPhotography.com/workshops!