Phase One Opens Enrollment for PODAS New Zealand Photography Workshop
Phase One today announced open enrollment for its New Zealand Phase One Digital Artist Series (PODAS) workshop. At this event, each participant will receive a Phase One 645DF camera body, a 60-megapixel IQ160 back and an assortment of lenses, plus a free copy of both Capture One Pro and Media Pro software. Held from 30th November to 7th December, the workshop will feature top pro photography instructors and plenty of opportunity to shoot dramatic vistas of lakes, glaciers and ice cliffs. Shooting excursions will be complemented by classroom instruction on topics ranging from visualisation to composition, capture, workflow and presentation. Priced at USD 6900 per person, the New Zealand PODAS workshop is limited to 20 participants. To register, visit the website below.
Website: PODAS New Zealand
PODAS New Zealand Workshop is for Serious Photographers Who Want to Have Fun
Phase One Digital Artist Series Worskshops are Designed to Help You Broaden Your Horizons and Perfect Your Vision
COPENHAGEN, September 13, 2011 — Phase One today announced open enrollment for its New Zealand Phase One Digital Artist Series (PODAS) workshop. For seven days, participants will experience dramatic vistas—beautiful lakes to glaciers and ice cliffs—guaranteed to inspire and delight. Top pro photographers support a small student-to-instructor ratio for a high-quality learning experience.
Each PODAS workshop is all-inclusive—featuring top pro photography instructors. From the time that participants are met at the airport, they enjoy comfortable single-room accommodations, get great meals and enjoy the use of the world’s most advanced camera equipment—Phase One IQ series medium format camera systems.
November 30 - December 7, 2011, New Zealand
Instructors: Mike Langford, Jackie Ranken, Christian Fletcher & Ken Duncan Limited to 20 participants For more details, including schedule and details on how to register, please see:
At the New Zealand PODAS workshop, each participant will receive a Phase One 60-megapixel IQ160 camera system to use throughout the workshop. (System comprises a Phase One 645DF camera body, IQ160 back and lenses). Attendees will also receive a free copy of both Capture One Pro and Media Pro software. Shooting excursions will be complemented by classroom instruction on topics ranging from visualization to composition, capture, workflow and presentation. A PODAS workshop frees participants to focus solely on creating great photography.
“PODAS New Zealand will take you to some of the most picturesque areas of the South Island and includes Mt Cook and Tasman Glacier,” said Bruce Pottinger, M. Photo. Hon. FAIPP, Managing Director L&P Digital Photographic “We will be shooting in some of the famous areas from the film Lord of the Rings. A truly memorable experience.”
To learn more about past, current and future workshops, please check the PODAS blog: http://podas.info/ . You can also follow PODAS on Twitter at:
http://twitter.com/PODASworkshops and on Facebook at:
About Phase One
Phase One is the world’s leader in open-platform based medium format camera systems and solutions. Phase One medium format cameras, digital backs and lenses are designed to deliver superior quality image capture and investment value. Phase One’s Capture One and Media Pro software helps streamline capture and post-production processes for both medium format and DSLR cameras. Phase One products are known for their quality, flexibility and speed enabling pro photographers shooting in a wide range of formats to achieve their creative visions without compromise.
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