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  • Category Archives Worldwide PhotoWalk

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    Just a quick update on my "8th Annual Worldwide Photo Walk:"  (1) We now have Photo Walk organized in 280 cities around the world (and we just officially launched a few days ago!). (2) Check out some of these awesome cities that just added walks: Egucigalpa, Honduras Clinton, Tennessee San Antonio, Columbia Elora, Ontario, Canada Tyler, Texas Marikina, Philippines Tooele, Utah Meridian Charter Township, Michigan Cairo, Egypt Ogunquit, Maine Manila, Philippines Bangkok, Thailand Kuala Lumpur Karmiel, Israel Paris, France Canon City, Colorado Sydney, Australia How cool is that! More cities are being added daily. (3) We are preparing a media kit that will probably go out today to help walk leaders publicize their walks, so keep an eye out for that in your email if you're a Walk Leader. (4) I just recorded six videos with camera tips, composition tips, gear tips, and a…

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      I’m very excited to invite you to be a part of my 8th Annual Worldwide Photo Walk™ (it’s a worldwide phenomenon with walks in over 1,000 cities last year). Here’s a quick Q&A with all the details: Q. When is the official Photo Walk day? A.The official date is Saturday, October 3, 2015 Q. What do you do on a Photo Walk? A. You start by meeting with up to 50 other photographers at a central meeting point. Then a Photo Walk Leader leads the group on a leisurely paced stroll through an area that is photographically interesting; you take lots pictures; you can chat with other folks (photo walkers are very friendly by nature); you laugh, you enjoying being outside with a group of like-minded folks; and then after around 2-hours you wind up at a local restaurant, pub, cafe, etc. (chosen in advance by the walk leader), where you can have a meal, maybe a…

    This was another really tough one. In fact, I'd say this year's Leader Competition had the best images submitted of any year yet, and that makes picking one winner a really tough decision. Really tough.  I'm announcing the winning image, and three honorable mentions that were all in the running (and any one could have easily have been the winning image — it was that close!). THE WINNER Congratulations to our 2014 Worldwide Photo Walk Leader Competition, Israel Zapata from Spain.  I just loved this shot — I love the sense of movement, the expression on the subjects face, and how the photographer captured the feeling of being right there alongside him. Really well done.  HONORABLE MENTIONS These leader shots didn't win, but were so good I thought they deserved special mention. Here they are (in no particular order): Above: This was has such…

    Although we've already announced the 10 finalists and the Grand Prize Winner from this year's Worldwide Photo Walk, there are some other images that, while they didn't wind up being a finalist or Grand Prize Winner, were still so good that I thought they needed some recognition. Any of these could have been a finalist (in fact, all of these were in the running and on my short list at one point to make the final cut — and this gives you an idea of how hard it is making the final decisions. There's just so many wonderful images). Congratulations to all these photographers below who created such wonderful images during the walk and are officially receiving an Honorable Mention: Guangzhou Guangdong, China Photo By: Luz Kanapi Stuttgart, Germany Photo By: Ben Trondheim Sør Trøndelag, Norway Photo By: Gunnar Shinjuku Tokyo, Japan Photo By:…

    Every year it's a big challenge. Looking at images from more than 1,000 walks all over the world — ones that have already been selected as the best from each local walk — and then trying to narrow things to just one grand prize winner, and 10 finalists. There's just so many great shots that it makes the process really tough. The Process I take this judging role very seriously — I put a lot of thought and careful consideration into each selection. Every image gets viewed, and reviewed and considered and reconsidered to death because you can make a great case for so many of them. Think about it — this is a group of photos from every corner of the world, and there are a lot of captivating, fascinating, cute, fun, and very serious images, and so I view every image full…

    Hi everybody. I'm so sorry the judging is taking so much longer than usual.  I feel terrible that the results aren't going to be posted until tomorrow, but I know you don't want me to rush through the selection process (it's a LOT of images to consider, and a lot of tough choices to make), so thanks for understanding and for the time extension. If all goes well, I should have the winners posted in the morning. :) All my best, -Scott

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