by Brad Moore | 44 comments
This may sound like a silly question, but why was the walk in Munich done in English?
Very valid question ;) … the reason was simply that there were walkers from three different continents at this walk …
no silly question! we had international walkers. eg. from USA/CA, France and Pakistan etc…
What a great video! This was my first photowalk and I had a great time. I especially enjoyed looking through all of the photos posted on the Flickr group page. It was really neat to see so many different people from all over the world that share the passion for photography. I appreciate being able to look at all the photos and see people and places that I will never be able to see in person. Thank you Scott for putting this all together and giving me a chance to “see the world”. God Bless, Lisa
I’m so sad I missed the walk in Munich, but I had to work on saturday :( Anyway, half of the group pictures in the post seem to be broken… (they’re not showing in my browser)?
Wow! Hey Scott!….great to see Belfast up there with LA and New York!! Link to our photo seems broken (not sure what’s up there, maybe it will right itself later) but with me in the photo you guys are probably better off with just the link!! :-]
wow, so honored to be featured here on the your blog with our video! thanks to ewalis emotions for taping our walk and putting out a great piece of shortfilm!
thanks to katja and ingo, you rock! also thx to scott for sharing it here. ingoman
Thank you Scott! I am very happy you liked the video of the walk in Munich :-). I had a lot of fun shooting this. This was my first photowalk and I am looking forward to many more.
The Germans’ video rocks!
I missed out on how to send in group photos but I’ve posed the Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island group photo here peiphotoclub.com
Also fancied up the walk page: http://worldwidephotowalk.com/walk/charlottetown-pe-canada-downtown/
Thanks for this post. I walked in Boston and had a great time. It is so inspirational to see the group shots (and video) from all over the world and to know that across the different cultures and continents – photography is a universal language. Scott, thanks for all the work that you and your team put into this.
That group from Cumberland, Maryland looks awesome. :)
That’s a super Photo walk all around the world.
Some of the picture links are broken…
yeahh! scoooott, some links are broken! our são paulo group shot ir here:
ops, forgot the link: http://www.joaojunqueira.com.br/blog/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/photowalk2010/photowalk_2010-01.jpg
OK, since GA was not represented in the Photowalk group shots (and I understand you can’t get everyone), I’m linking to our Flickr group. Great walk even with the heatstroke!
Thank you to everyone. It was a big pleasure to be part of something like this. For one day we just enjoy the world together. Thank you
What fun to see all the different group photos!! Thank you, Scott, for organizing this and for sharing the photos!
P.S., love the video too! Some of the photos are not showing up, as I’m sure you’re already aware. Is it on our end, or yours? I will check back later :)
P.S., love the video too!
Thanks so much, Marci!
San Juan, Puerto Rico group- http://www.flickr.com/photos/angelgb81/4832751932/in/pool-1460778@N20/lightbox/
That’s my Los Angeles group! Woohoo! :) We had SO much fun.
Very cool to see all of this. One edit (please) – it’s Ottawa, not Ottowa. (Maybe there is an Ottowa, but that picture looks like it could be from Canada’s national capital.)
How is it possible to have so many group shots and the one taking the group shot can never creatively compose the group in so many places? Isn’t that the very first pic that should be cool and creative? More of the same!
I had put a comment in a previous post with a link to our group photo but I guess you missed it. Here is a group photo from one of the three walks that were held in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
if it is not too late, here is the link to the Santa Rosalia de Camargo, Chihuahua, Mexico Photowalk, thanks for everything
It is jawdroppingly amazing to see so many people all over the world coming together to do what they love.
2011 will be four in a row for this great initiative. Can’t wait!
Nice to see you have a truly worldwide impact. I think this will only get bigger the more time goes on.
It’s been my first photo walk ever and I loved it. It was simply amazing to meet so many like-minded (and yet so very different) people. It took me like half an hour to realize that Katja was shooting video — and the result is absolutely wonderful. Fantastic framing, nice steady motion, crisp detail and surprisingly great audio. Downloaded it rightaway as a nice souvenir from my first photo walk… ;)
Greetings from Munich!
(BTW: Katja put together quite an effective and probably very cheap water protection thingy. Truly amazing and something I could imagine featured on Larry Becker’s “Cheap Shots”. He absolutely should contact her for some details about her camera rain coat.)
The video is awesome!!
Photowalk Mattheai Botanical Gardens, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA. Awesome time had by all. http://www.flickr.com/groups/1490918@N23/pool/
By the way it’s Ottawa, not Ottowa… you geography whiz :P
Kissimmee walkers rocked it. We had great fun! Can’t wait for what comes next. Thanks for posting the photo Scott.
I loved the video from Munich. We’ll be sending one on before too long. This is a busy time of year in our state because today is the last day of school and everyone is heading out for vacation today or tomorrow. Here is our group picture: http://www.flickr.com/photos/7547732@N03/4830296291/in/pool-1477584@N23
Thanks for the opportunity to walk with you and 33,000 others!
Love the video! Some really beautiful video shots taken around Munich. Absolutely love the compositions you film and take your photos, very effective and impressive!
The video rocks! Good work. I wish that I could have joined the walk, but I was driving in an auto rally around historic landmarks in North Florida with my wife as navigator…and photographing for our local Mercedes Club.
Hey Scott, I saw that there’s no Toronto Photowalk? Maybe they didn’t send you a photo.
PS. If cased no one has mentioned this to you, it’s OTTAWA not Ottowa… hehehehe
The snake is actually an Albino Burmese Python, a fairly important distinction as it’s not in any way related to a Boa Constrictor :)
Scott teaches Photoshop & Photography at KelbyTraining.com. He is Editor-in-Chief for Photoshop User magazine and hosts shows at KelbyTV.com.