WRC – Canon Junior Photographers Opportunity
Calling all junior photographers…..Ever wanted to experience the adrenalin rush of being a sports photographer?
Join the Canon Collective in a unique “Money Can’t Buy” photographic experience as you are given “professional photographer only” on field access to one of the premier Shute Shield Rugby matches. Premiership winning Warringah Rats will be taking on Randwick for Members Round of the Shute Shield, and you will on field capturing every moment of it.
The Canon Collective will be supporting the event by providing use of some of the best professional sports photography lenses and cameras on the market. You will be greeted on field and coached on the tips and tricks of sports photography by Adrian Koch from Rising Sun Photography Sydney, who currently shoots for the NSW Waratahs. The images you take may be used in social media, and your name tagged alongside them to give you additional bragging rights.
You will also be shown how to download, edit and upload images to a Dropbox folder during the game, giving you the experience of the timeframe pressures that professional photographers are under. It’s a real buzz!
What you need to bring: Your Canon DSLR, an empty SD card of at least 8GB and a fully charged battery. Don’t forget to bring your runners, as you will be trying to keep up with some of the best rugby players in NSW.
How to enter: Simply jump on the Warringah Rugby Facebook (Warringah Rats Official Supporters Page) or Instagram (warringahrats) page, and in the comments section of the event post your name, your age, the Canon DSLR you currently use, and in 20 words or less why you would love to be one of the lucky 5 photographers to be selected. The winners will be notified via Facebook/Instagram on Thursday12th April at 5pm.
Canon Junior Photographers
Where: Rat Park, Warriewood
Cost: Free       Skill Level: Junior Photographers          Maximum Event Size: 5 People
When: April 14th, 2pm – 5pm

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