Join Canon Collective Ambassador Scott Stramyk for a morning of Birding photography in the Wetlands of Sydney Olympic Park.
Nestled in the Mangroves is a prolific location for many species of bird life and a great location to perch yourself and capture some incredible images of the feathery kind! We will have a wide range of lenses to choose from while the ambassadors give advice, share tips and techniques to enhance your photography.
A selection of aspirational kit will be available for sharing amongst the group during the event.
On completion of this course you will understand:
• How to customise your camera to better suit Birding
• Mastering Panning techniques
• lens etiquette
• Semi-automatic and Manual exposure control
IMPORTANT NOTE: Please choose carefully. Except where otherwise indicated, we do not offer refunds unless an event has to be cancelled, rescheduled to a date you cannot attend, or where required under Australian Consumer Law. View the Terms of Registration.
High speed photography, panning, motion blur, wild life photography
Bring your camera, longest lens, an SD card and spare batteries. A monopod is recommend. We recommend focal length lenses from 100mm up to 600mm. We will supply some Canon lenses for you to use during the event.
Meeting in this Carpark at 6:30am to distribute gear and walk towards the bird Hide together. Limited timed parking at Sydney Olympic Park Archers.
A general fitness level is required. We recommend closed toe shoes for walking. As this event takes place outdoors, please be mindful of your surroundings. You may not cancel or reschedule an order request once it has been submitted.
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