Keep your imaging passion alive and join a Canon Collective Ambassador online 1:1 lunchtime photography workshop. Sessions are tailored to suit your individual requirements. All you need is access to Google Chrome web browser and a desire to take your photography to the next level.
Available topics for tutoring include:
• Adobe Lightroom Classic
• Time Lapse / Stop motion capture and edit
• DSLR Basics
• Getting to know your EOS
Your Canon Collective Ambassador, Steve Huddy:
Steve is a well known and respected photographer from Adelaide who has vast experience in many aspects of photography including: portraiture, landscape, nature, Adobe Lightroom Classic, travel, stock photography, time lapse and much more.
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.
Steve will contact you ahead of your booking to arrange a curriculum to suit your requirements.
Video internet and access to Google Chrome web browser mandatory. Please have any Canon camera equipment on hand that you would like instruction on. If you would like tutoring on Lightroom, please have the program installed and access to your computer.
Please email email@example.com using the subject line "Online 1:1 Private Photography Tuition (1hr) with Canon Collective Ambassador Steve Huddy" to discuss your private workshop requirements and desired learning outcomes. Times can be flexible on prior agreement. Video internet and access to Google Chrome web browser mandatory.
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