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  • Photo by Melissa Niu I am passionate about photography. By that I mean, photography bugs the living crap out of me and nags at me when I don’t end up having the time to satisfy the craving that I have for it. It drives me crazy. It keeps me up at night. Frustrated. Photography frustrates to the point that I become helpless and want to lash out at the world for the inability to properly express what I envision in my mind, my heart, or my eyes. And I love it: this calming expression when you’re at peace with it. I love it so much that I strive to continually exercise the part of my lungs that pumps in the oxygen directly to the fire that burns within me—that fire that makes me want to keep trying to pursue and refine this ability to…

    When I woke up Saturday morning in London, I opened the drapes in my hotel room and all I could hear was rain and it was dark gray as far as I could see. When Brad and I got to my walk's meeting spot, the weather had cleared for what would turn out to be an absolutely beautiful day, with a group of really lovely people. Above: Here's the map of my walk route. Well, the starting points and ending points are correct, and several of the red routes are correct at times. I like to think we "modified" the walk rather than hitting an expected dead-end and locked gates that caused us to re-reroute. LOL! Lunch in London, then off to Bath to join Glyn's walk My walk wrapped up at 11:30 am, and after lunch, me, Brad and our dear friend Dave…

    Above: At the top that's my group in the RAF Cathedral, then Brad and I at Paddington Station getting ready to head to Bath. That's a "shot of our group shot" on the back of my camera, and an iPhone pano of my walkers eating downstairs at the awesome Byron Burger near Covent Gardens.   Hi and greetings to Worldwide Photo Walkers Around The World!!! :) Even though I led a photo walk in London on Saturday, I'm already home. I didn't get in until very early this morning and I'm just now shaking off the jet lag and getting to posting. Had an amazing day Saturday, with me leading a walk in London, and then taking the train down to Bath to join a walk led by my friend Glyn Dewis (lots more on both of these tomorrow with plenty of photos). I'd Love…

    Whoo Hoo!!! It’s Worldwide Photo Walk day!!!! Greetings from one of my favorite cities in the world — London, England where I'm hosting a local walk today as part of my 7th Annual Worldwide Photo Walk. So excited to see images from walks all over the world today (the first walks, in Australian and New Zealand, have already wrapped up, so we're off and walking!). Here's some "Day of Walk" stuff from my crew: 1. Check out the Flickr App for Sharing on the Walk Check out Flickr’s Mobile app and share pictures of your walk. Here’s a video that will show you how to install and use the app: http://pardot.kelbymediagroup.com/e/39182/B-sZd3jlFhU/4m9n8/71366465. This app will allow you to upload all your pictures to one place and also share them on social media. 2. Join the Open Flickr Group So that you can connect with photowalkers from…

    It’s here!!! Tomorrow in more than a thousand cities around the world my 7th Annual World Wide Photo Walk kicks off, and by tomorrow night nearly 20,000 photographers around the world will collectively have taken literally millions of photos as part of their local Photo Walks. How cool is that!!!! If you haven’t signed up for a walk yet: go here  right now — find a walk near you and sign up free! (you can be 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…

    http://youtu.be/ZxZw7MI6GUg The 7th Annual Scott Kelby Worldwide Photo Walk We're just a couple of days away from the world's largest social photography event, the Worldwide Photo Walk! If you haven't already signed up to take part in this event, there's still time. Just head to WorldwidePhotoWalk.com and search for a walk in your area. It's a fun event that's focused on photography, but also on the social aspect of things. Doesn't matter if you have a top-of-the-line DSLR, a point-and-shoot, or a cell phone camera... Everyone is welcome! Not only that, but anyone who participates can enter the contest for a chance to win some great prizes, including a Canon 70D kit, Canon PIXMA PRO-1 printer, Adobe Creative Cloud membership, Wacom Intuos tablet, B&H gift cards, Tamron 28-300mm lens, and much more! A Photographer's Guide To Paris with Scott Kelby & RC Concepcion If…

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