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  • Category Archives Worldwide PhotoWalk

    It's official: I'm here to announce the dates for Scott Kelby’s 4th Annual Worldwide Photo Walk™ to celebrate the upcoming release of my book, “Light it, Shoot it, Retouch it” and you’re invited to be a part of this amazing global, social photography event. Here’s a quick Q&A with all the details. Q. When is the official Photo Walk™ day? A. This year leaders can choose to host their walk on either Saturday OR Sunday, October 1st and 2nd. Q. Why two days? A. We got tons of feedback from people who, for work, religious, or other reasons couldn't participate in any walk on a Saturday, so we added the ability for leaders to host a walk on either Saturday or Sunday to give more photographers a chance to participate. Q. But I don't like this change! A. I know. I know. There will be a…

    First, I just wanted to thank everyone who posted a comment and shared your thoughts on tweaking the timing and days for my upcoming Worldwide Photo Walk. Your response was overwhelmingly Yes to moving the day to a more temperate time of year, and to expanding it to Saturday or Sunday, which will give more people a chance to participate (that's a photo of my walk last year, held in Tarpon Springs, Florida. Photo by "Fuji" Ramos). So, although this is not the official announcement, I'm looking at Saturday, October 1st, and Sunday, October 2nd, 2011 as the walk dates for this year. I have to make sure these dates don't coincide or overlap with anything that would make them a bad choice, so for now if you could just pencil it in on your calendar, and I'll firm it up once we do…

    Hi Gang: I was hoping to get your input on two ideas that people who have participated on my previous three Photo Walks have put out there, and I think they're really worth considering. Here they are: (1) Making it a "Photo Walk" Weekend The idea here is that the Photo Walk leaders could choose to hold their local Photo Walk on either Saturday or Sunday, rather than just Saturday. That would let a lot more people participate in walks. (2) Changing the Time of Year When I initially choose the date for the first Photo Walk, I chose it to coincide with the release of my first Lightroom book (which the walk leaders and winners of local walks would receive), which put the walk in the middle of summer in the Northern Hemisphere. But obviously, now we could change it to either Spring…

    Although yesterday I announced the winner and Honorable Mentions, today I’m going to give my personal favorites in a bunch of different categories. Although they didn't make the final cut, all of these were in the running, and I felt they were so great that they deserved recognition as well. I think these images, and the one's you saw yesterday, are actually even better than they first appear because: The photographers weren't able to choose the location (it was chosen for them). Or the time of day (also chosen for them). They had to shoot in whatever lighting conditions at that time They couldn’t go back later (or earlier) to shoot in better light. They were only able to shoot for two hours. Compare that to most any other photo competition, where the photographers can choose any photo from your photo library, or any…

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