Scott Stramyk, Canon Collective Ambassador

Advanced Edit to Print Lightroom Workshop Landscape Edition – Sydney

Where:Canon Australia, 5 Talavera Road, Macquarie Park, NSW.
Cost: $49
Skill level: Expert
Maximum event size:1-10 people
  • 25 Jun, 5:30PM - 7:30PM
Landscape image by Scott Stramyk

About the event:

Ever wondered how to edit your shot to achieve that wow factor?

Join Collective Ambassador Scott Stramyk for a in-depth session of Lightroom editing for Landscapes. Understand the importance of RAW processing and tips on improving your editing process with the use of Global and local Adjustments.

Pick up great tips for your editing workflow:

• Reading and understanding your Histogram in editing
• Colour correcting your images for print
• Understanding the difference between Global and Local Adjustments
• Dodging and burning
• Post-processing your RAW images to create beautiful pieces of art by printing them on our Canon Pro 100 (A3+) Printer

By the end of the event you will go away with an array of post processing techniques for Landscapes and a big A3 Print to hang on your wall.

Bring along your RAW images you would love to edit together during the session and Scott will show you his interpretation of editing that image.

Please bring your laptop with preloaded Adobe Lightroom Classic (CC). For a free trial of Lightroom click here.

The little details:

Recommended equipment:

Laptop with preloaded Adobe Lightroom Classic (CC)

Event location:

Meeting in the foyer next to reception. Limited Parking spaces available.

Important Information

Latest Lightroom CC (Classic) is required for this workshops along with your Laptop and Raw images.

Share your images with us

We'd love to see what you capture, please share your images from this event by tagging @canoncollectiveofficial or #canoncollective

Your Ambassador

Scott Stramyk

Based in Sydney, Scott’s an experienced photographer who was bitten by the travel bug and never recovered.

Scott Stramyk

Scott's love of photography was born of him pilfering his elder brother’s camera with such regularity that it was eventually re-gifted to him on his 18th birthday.

Canon Australia


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