Steve Huddy, Canon Collective Ambassador

Introduction to Panorama Workshop – Alice Springs

Where:ANZAC Hill, Anzac Hill Rd, Alice Springs NT 0870
Cost: $10
Maximum event size:1-15 people
  • 24 Aug, 10:00AM - 12:00PM
Panorama Photography at Alice Springs by Steve Huddy

About the event:

Have you ever wondered how a panoramic image is created? Is the landscape too large and your lens not wide enough?

Join the Canon Collective and learn how easy it is to capture and stitch together many images and create your own panoramic image with Lightroom.

This workshop will be held at the Anzac Hill Lookout, Alice Springs.

Don't forget your Canon DSLR, charged batteries, memory card and a Tripod (must have). Hat, sunnies and sunscreen advisable also along with comfortable walking shoes.

On completion of this course you will understand:

• How to capture a panorama
• How to very quickly combine your images in Lightroom to create a panorama
• What applications they are useful for and benefits
• How to navigate, use and adjust your camera's settings

Note: This event is part of the 2019 Canon Collective NT Regional Festival, to see more Festival events click here

The little details:

Recommended equipment:

EOS Camera, memory card & fully charged batteries and a tripod is a must! Laptop and latest version of Lightroom. Various Canon Lenses will be available to share.

Event location:

Meeting at ANZAC Hill, Anzac Hill Rd, Alice Spring. Street parking is available.

Important Information

General Fitness required, grip sole with closed toe shoe recommended. Where the event takes place outside we can’t control the environment so please take care in your surroundings.

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 for your chance to be featured on the Canon Collective Instagram account.

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