Photoshop World Photowalk in Orlando

It’s that time of year again.  Time to join all of my NAPP friends for another fantastic Photoshop World and this Spring, it’s back in Orlando.  With the Winter that we’ve had here, I will be more than ready to spend a few days in Orlando.  And just as I have at the past two Spring Photoshop Worlds, I’m going to kick things off with a photowalk the day before everything gets rolling at the convention center.  The location for the photowalk will once again be the beautiful downtown area surrounding Lake Eola, just a few minutes drive from the conference location.

I don’t have all the details nailed down yet but we will probably begin sometime around 4:30 or 5:00, depending on the sunset time for the date. Which, by the way, is going to be Tuesday, March 23rd.  It’s important to note that this is not an official Photoshop World activity and is not affiliated with NAPP or Kelby Training.  It’s just a way to get out and have some fun before the conference starts.  In fact, you don’t even have to be going to the conference.  If you are in the Orlando area and just want to get out with your camera and have some fun, then this is the event for you.  So if you are traveling to Orlando for Photoshop World and want to get things kick-started, come on out and join me for an evening in Orlando.

Early Registration Discount Ending Soon -

Speaking of Photoshop World, this is the last week do get the Early Bird pricing.  If you pay for your registration by February 26th you will get $100 off the full conference price.  I’m already registered and I suggest you get yours taken care of because who can’t use an extra 100 bucks.  There are also spots left in 6 of the pre-con classes including HDR with Matt and RC, DSLR Video with Rich Harrington, Real World Concert Photography, and more.  You had better hurry though, the pre-con classes really fill up fast the month before the conference and there’s no telling how long it will be before they are all sold out.  You can find out more information on the classes, instructors, pre-cons, and registration at the official Photoshop World site.

By the way, if you are still trying to convince your boss/spouse to let you go, you have to check out the form letter that has been written for you to help with your argument.  Even if you don’t need it, it’s still worth a read.  You can find it here.

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  • Michael Preston

    Aww, man! I’d love to join you, but I’m in the Photo Safari precon and it doesn’t end until approx 9:00PM. Any chance you might do another one late afternoon/early evening on Wednesday or Thursday?

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  • mike meyer

    Well as a previous Photowalk Pro photowalker, I have only one question: Will there be pie? :)
    I’ll be there.

    mike meyer

  • William Beem

    I enjoyed the photowalk you did in Orlando a couple of years ago. One suggestion, though. Instead of going from Lake Eola to Downtown, you may want to consider heading the opposite direction into Thornton Park. It starts just a block or two from Lake Eola, there are some interesting restaurants back there to wind-up after the walk, old buildings & architecture. Just a thought for a different spin on Orlando.

    Here’s an example from my blog:

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  • L.D. Graham

    Well, most of the Precons run until at least 5:00 PM and I’m already signed up for one. Will 5:30 be too late to join the walk?

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  • Dave Lloyd

    This sounds like a lot of fun. I’ll be there. Thanks Jeff!!

    FYI…I’m local so if anyone needs a ride from the convention center we can probably work something out. First come, first serve to the first 3 or 4 that email me.

    - Dave

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  • Debbe can give you more info about what’s around. Also you can ride the free LYMMO bus circulator in the downtown area as well. The LYNX Central Station terminal (public transit) looks great at night when the neon lights are on…..

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