Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk!

Take your talents to the streets, people, and show the world all the great ways we can capture our little part of the rock!

ShutterBird, Marlene, with her usual enthusiasm and general loveliness is once again taking the helm of the Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk.

She has done this several times in the past, with simply beautiful and fascinating results.  It’s truly amazing to see how different folk, armed with their favourite picture making gadget, can tell an entirely different story about the place that we all know and love, largely for many of the same reasons.

That’s the spirit of this event.  Where do you live… capture it.  Show the world, though your own eyes and so-very-unique perspective, what it is that makes the place you live a special one.

Each year, the Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk encourages photographers from around the world to gather on the very same day “to explore, photograph, share photos with one another, make new friends, and be a part of a great cause.”

This year, the Worldwide Photo Walk will support The Springs Of Hope Kenya Orphanage, an organization that feeds, houses, educates and empowers young orphans giving them the chance not merely to survive but to succeed.

It is encouraged that each participant donate what they can.  Every little bit will help make a difference in these kids lives!

Find out more information HERE!
Scott Kelby's Photo Walk

Photowalk: A Stroll in Creativity!

Want to enjoy several hours meandering either your home town or another locale and seeing it through fresh eyes?

Sign up for a Photowalk.

What is a Photowalk?

According to the Wikipedia definition, “Photowalking is the act of walking with a camera for the main purpose of taking pictures of things that the photographer may find interesting.”

While you can certainly go about photowalking on your own – and are heartily inspirited to do so whenever possible! – in recent years it’s become an annual event in towns and cities across the globe to encourage photographers, amateur and professional alike, armed with the picture taking device of their choice, outside on to the streets to capture the spirit and life of their communities.

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