The Adventurer’s Guide to Z8 & Z9
July 17 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pmFree
The Adventurer’s Guide to Z8 & Z9 Monday
July 17, 2023-July 17, 2023
06:00 pm -07:00 pm
The Adventurer’s Guide to Z 8 & Z 9: A Search for Hidden Treasures
When launched last year, the Z 9 was already packed with more riches than many of us had dared to dream. With the recent release of the Z 8, Nikon has offered those fantastic features in a smaller body. Since then, Nikon has continued making this powerhouse better and better with a treasure trove of more tools, more options and more capabilities. Updates like Firmware 3.0 and 4.0 have added an astounding 20+ new features and enhancements to the already incredible amount of tech built into the Z 8 and Z 9. It’s no wonder you might need a treasure map to access all these valuable features!
But where to start? Why… Paul’s Photo of course!! Paul’s Photo is pleased to welcome Paul Van Allen from Nikon Professional Services. Join Paul and the staff at Paul’s Photo as the guide you through some of the settings, set-up and secrets that make the Z 8 and Z 9 so powerful!
About the Instructor
Paul Van Allen is an internationally published photographer and author. A Nikon employee for over 25 years, Paul is part of the Nikon Professional Services team. One of Paul’s skills on which Nikon has come to rely is his unusual ability to take extremely complex photographic technologies and concepts and distill them down so that they are easily understandable. He uses a mixture of images and humor to create and present entertaining and informative programs in his position at Nikon.
Paul’s passion for teaching is only overshadowed by his lust for learning. Having started his professional career as a staff shooter for a sports magazine, his recent photographic interest and specialties include wireless flash and Milky Way Landscapes, Portraits and extreme macro using focus stacking. Through personal projects and professional assignments Paul is extremely well versed in nearly everything Nikon. Nikon Ambassador, Vincent Versace may have described him best when he called Paul… “the Swiss Army Knife of Nikon”