Julie and I recently signed up for the 2nd Annual Worldwide Photowalk in New Orleans.
This event, sponsored by Scott Kelby, Adobe, NAPP and a host of other companies, will be held on July 18th in cities all over the world.
A photowalk is nothing more than a group of photographers walking around taking pictures, then getting together at the end to talk about the day and show off their images. It’s a wonderful chance to get inspired, to meet new people, and to see how other photographers see the world.
Last year’s photowalk included 236 cities in 47 countries, with over a million photographs taken by 8,324 photographers.
We went last year, and the images in this post are some of what we came back with.
We started on the Canal Street Ferry for photos of the sunrise over the river, then caught the streetcar to the Garden District for a wander around the beautiful homes and cemeteries.
Then we caught the streetcar back for a walk around the French Quarter before finishing up with lunch and sharing images.
The participants in this sponsored photowalk will (if they want) upload their images to groups on Flickr. All the images from our group last year are here on Flickr.
The photowalk leader in each city will pick out the best image from the day, and the photographer will receive Scott Kelby’s latest book, Digital Photography 3. The best images from each city will be reviewed by Scott Kelby, and the best overall image will get a grand prize, which includes a full version of Adobe Creative Suite, a Wacom Tablet, and two tickets to Photoshop World.
It’s a great way to spend a day. We’re looking forward to it.