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  • Monthly Archives October 2012

    During the walk on Saturday, I saw a comment made on our G+ Events page that kind of stood out to me. It read along the lines of this: "Limiting the walks to just 50 people seems a bit elitist to me."  After I shook my head and thought, "Geesh, there's one in every crowd," I did think that there might be some people who are just curious why we have a limit at all, so I thought it might be worth giving you an insight into how that limit came about. When I first had the idea for this worldwide event, I did a lot of research, including talking extensively with Jeff Revell of PhotoWalkPro.com (he's done a lot work on finding "the right" number of people for a walk), and Jeff recommended that between 35 to 40 would be ideal, but whatever…

    On Saturday we all got to share in something very special with a record-breaking 1,300+ walks with more than 32,000 walkers from all over the world: from Nigeria to Egypt, from Iran to Romania, from India to the Philippines, from Dubai to Mexico, from New York to LA — all coming together as one big community to share our passion for photography and people. Millions of photos were made that never would have been made otherwise, and lots of new friends were made along the way, which is what it’s really all about. We just got back home from France literally a few hours ago (This trip was a birthday present from my mega-awesome wife Kalebra who of course came with me and we had a ball all week), and I'm enjoying one of the most amazing aspects of doing a worldwide event like…

    OK, I know this is a rare Saturday post for me, but it's Worldwide Photo Walk day and I'm so excited!!!! I leave for my walk here in Paris, France in 30-minutes where I'm leading a group through Montmartre (my friend, Parisian photographer Serge Ramelli and his wife Karen are joining us) and I'm most excited to have my wife Kalebra joining me on the walk again this year as well (she'll be wielding her "Trusty iPhone"). For the first-time ever, we have a special "Google+ Events Page" where we'll be sharing photos from around the world and interacting live during our walks, so check it out (and if you're part of a walk today, make sure you click the "Yes" (I'm attending) button so you can join right in. Here's the link: http://bit.ly/wwpwgplus Here's wishing you all beautiful weather, a safe fun walk, and…

    It’s here!!! Tomorrow in more than 1,300 cities around the world my 5th Annual World Wide Photo Walk kicks off, and by tomorrow night more than 30,000 photographers around the world will collectively have taken literally millions of photos as part of their local Photo Walks. Just “Wow! If you haven’t signed up for a walk yet: go here  right now and find a walk near you and sign up free! (you can bet walking with us tomorrow!). If you’re already signed up to walk, here are SEVEN LAST MINUTE PHOTO WALK TIPS to make your day a success: (1) Walk Leaders: Make Sure You Watch my Leader’s Video If you’re leading a Photo Walk, go to your Leader’s Dashboard page on the Official Worldwide Photo Walk site and watch my video called my: “Top 10 (or so) Tips for Leading A Successful Photo Walk.” There is some VERY important info in that video, so please make absolutely…

    To celebrate this weekend's Worldwide Photo Walk, Kelby Training Apps are 50% off for a limited time! If you're looking for some help processing the images you capture this weekend, Kelby Training is the place to go! For under $5, you can get a class on taking your photos to the next level, from some of the best instructors out there! Head on over to KelbyTraining.com to get your app now!

    http://youtu.be/me24UQd8nu0 Making Great Photos in Bad Weather Coming very soon to KelbyTraining.com is the latest class from Joe McNally, Making Great Photos in Bad Weather! How often do you plan on doing a location shoot, only to look outside and realize how crappy the weather is? Luckily, Joe's here to share his years of experience and wisdom with us so we can keep shooting and make great images anyway! When I first started working with Joe, he created a picture that, to anyone who wasn't there, looked like it was lit by the sun pouring in through a window just out of frame. Only thing was, it was pouring cats and dogs outside. That was the first time I realized how easy it really is to get the picture you want, despite the fact that mother nature isn't cooperating. So, keep an eye on KelbyTraining.com…

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