If you’ve been doing digital photography for any period of time, you’ve probably heard of Scott Kelby. He does some great Photoshop training and has written a bunch of great books on photography and post-processing. A few years ago, he organized a photo walk–basically an event where like-minded photographers get together in a group and do a walk through an area taking photos, comparing notes and generally having a great time. Only his wasn’t a regular photo walk–it was a world-wide photo walk, taking place in dozens of cities around the world on the same day. And while I’ve participated in photo walks in the past, I’ve never done his World Wide Photo Walk, mainly because of scheduling conflicts and the fact that it used to be in the dead of summer…not fun in Dallas. This year, however, he’s scheduled it for October, so, hopefully, it will be a bit cooler then (though I’m starting to have my doubts based on the weather so far this summer).
I’m looking forward to participating this year and encourage others to sign up. More info can be found at the link below.