Join us on a Photowalk
Every year around about this time, photographers from all around the world gather in the streets to take part in the Worldwide Photowalk.
It’s a social photography event where photographers get together (usually in an urban area or trendy section of town) to walk around, shoot photos, and have fun with other photographers.
After the walk, participants have the opportunity to submit their best photo into a contest.
This year on October 6th (2018) I am leading a photowalk in the town of Winchester in Hampshire as part of the Worldwide Photowalk movement.
The Worldwide Photowalk started in 2008 by American photographer and author Scott Kelby and last year it (2017) it operated in nearly 1000 cities around the globe.
At the time of writing we currently have just over 30 people on the Winchester walk and we still have room for a few more. The maximum being 50.
If you fancy a couple of hours walking through a beautiful city, capturing the people, the architecture and the river, we’d love to have you join us.
You simply register on line for FREE (yes I did say FREE) by clicking on this link and then all you have to do is turn up with your camera and enjoy yourself.
Anyone can come, you don’t need and expensive camera. You could even use your iPhone!
The walk lasts between an hour and a half – two hours, culminating with a bit of socialising for those who want it at the Crown & Anchor pub in the centre of the city.
There is a steep incline at the beginning of the walk as we head up to the top of the High Street.
If you have any questions or comments, please post them in the comments section below.