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We’re just four days away, and it’s not too late for any photographers you know to join their local city walks as part of my Worldwide Photo Walk this Saturday. So….I was hoping you might help me spread the word, so as many people as possible have to opportunity to participate in walks. If you could put the word out on your Facebook pages, Twitter, Google+, your blogs, photo club bulletin boards, and anywhere else you think it might help. You can even grab some graphics to use right here. Could you send them to main Photo Walk page at Many thanks in advance, and we’ll see you this Saturday! :)

We’re just five days away, and right now we have nearly 28,000 photographers signed-up for 1,300 local walks around the world this Saturday, Oct 13th. We are thrilled at the worldwide participation and sense of community this has created, and I can’t wait for the local walk I'm leading on Saturday in Paris, France to get here (and to see the images from around the world). If you haven’t signed up for a Walk Yet…. It’s not too late. Here’s the link—find a city near you, and sign up to be a part of your local walk. Seven Tips for Walkers Last year, I gave seven tips for walkers to help you make the most of your walk, and I’ve got those here for you again. If you’re going to be walking with us this weekend, take a moment to give these  a quick read: I promise it’ll make…

In just 30 minutes from now!!!! ---- Join RC Concepcion, Brad Moore and me  for our free Photo Walk tips Webcast --- we'll be sharing lots of photo tips, tips for the walk, helpful suggestions, and how to make the most of your walk. Even if you're not going on the walk (yet), you can still join in (everybody's welcome!). Plus, we're going to be talking about our Worldwide Photo Walk Event page over on  Google+ (, and we'll be taking your questions LIVE. Go here for the webcast at 3PM today (just 30 minutes from now): I hope you join us! Cheers, -Scott

OK folks, we are off to an amazing start!!!! It is just blowin' up --- whoo hooo!!! (Above: that's the group photo for my walk in downtown Tampa, Florida last year).  Here we are just two weeks after the official announcement and we already have: Photo Walks: 827 Walks Walkers signed-up: Nearly 12,000! If you haven't signed up for a walk near you (it's free), here's the link. If there's not a walk in a city near you, maybe you should lead one. :) If you want one of the official Worldwide Photo Walk t-shirts (with 100% of the profits going to the Springs of Hope Orphanage), here's that link.   

Once again, we’ve got some really cool t-shirts for walkers and leaders this year (one of the shirt designs are seen here), and once again (with the gracious help of Rob Jones of Towner Jones Photography), we’re using this to give back as 100% of the profits from t-shirt sales go directly to the Springs of Hope Orphanage in Kenya.  Last year (with Rob's help and generosity) we raised over $10,000 to feed and cloth the children), and this year we’re hoping, with your help, to hit $15,000 (which they could really, really use and we can really, really do)! There are a number of different colors and styles, including mens and ladies cuts, so I hope you’ll pick one up right now and show your support for the walk, and more importantly for the Springs of Hope Orphanage. :) Here’s a link to order yours today NOTE to Walk Leaders:… It’s official: I’m here to announce the dates for Scott Kelby’s 5th Annual Worldwide Photo Walk™ (the world's largest Photo Walk, with walks in over 1,100 cities last year) and you’re invited to be a part of this free amazing global, social photography event. 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 13th, 2012. Q. Wasn't it two days last year? A. Yup, and all it did was create a lot of confusion and many upset walkers who felt that the walk lost a lot of its "specialness" by being on two days, so we're officially back to walking on just that one Saturday around the world. Q. How did the October time-frame work out? A. That part we got GREAT feedback on, so we're keeping it in October. We also learned a lot from last year's…