Feature Image by: Canon Collective ambassador Greg Sullavan

Collective Walking Tour: Week 2

The official photo walk of Vivid Sydney is back!

And this year, we’re excited to announce that you’ll now be treated to two full hours with our Canon Collective ambassadors, giving you an even richer photographic experience.

Here’s what to expect:

  • Ten people per ambassador.
  • Lots of hands-on advice and tips.
  • Ten minute briefing on the cameras you’ll be using.
  • One hour exploring Vivid Sydney with our gear.
  • A 40-minute debrief and printing session after the photographic walk.
  • One A3 print of your favourite image from the night.

  • Cost

    Only $99!

    Techniques covered

    Low-light photography, composition, and long exposure photography.

    Recommended Equipment

    Your own tripod is recommended – an EOS 80D and SD card will be provided.

    Event location

    Foundation Hall, Museum of Contemporary Art, 140 George Street, The Rocks NSW 2000. Check in at the front desk.

    Travel and Parking

    Parking is available in the CBD. However, we strongly advise using public transport to avoid road closures during Vivid Sydney.

    Important Information

    Please bring a signed copy of the Registration form or arrive 15 minutes prior to the photo walk to complete.

    Photo walks will continue to run even when raining, however they may be cancelled where Canon deems weather conditions to be unsafe.

    Please note that there will be no secure storage for your valuables whilst you are on your photo walk.

    Timings are also approximate; this experience might exceed three hours depending on your post-event printing session.

    For any questions please contact us on 0402 877 117.

    Share your images with us!

    We'd love to see what you capture! Please share your images from this event by tagging @canoncollectiveofficial, #canoncollective and #vividcanon

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    The availability of the event might change depending on the amount of people attending

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