Sorry - I'm not quite understanding your question. Are you asking whether the azimuth of an object in the sky changes if you change your location on the earth's surface? In general the answer is yes, but practically speaking it's only significant if you move a sufficient distance along the earth's surface, so that the apparent position of the object in the sky is changed. Consider this - the azimuth of the sun is the same for you and your neighbor across the street, but is clearly significantly different for someone several miles north or south of your location. If that's what you are trying to do here, you have quite a problem in spherical geometry. If you do a google search you should be able to come up with some formulas that convert Altitude and Azimuth to Right Ascension and Declination (akin to longitude an latitude) - this would help you solve your particular problem.