My Photowalk Is Full

As of this morning, I only have one slot left have no slots left open for my October 5th photowalk in Harpers Ferry, WV. If you hurry over to my official photowalk page you can still possibly snag the final spot. If it’s gone, you can still sign up as a stand-by for one of the slots if someone drops out, which almost always happens. Of course this photowalk is just one of the thousands that will be taking place on October 5th as part of my buddy Scott Kelby’s 6th Annual Worlwide Photowalk. What this means for you is that there are literally over a thousand different photowalks that you can choose from to participate in the event. All you need to do is hop on over to the official WWP website and then click the Find a Walk link and then start locating a photowalk near you. There are at least 5 other photowalks listed in the Washington DC beltway area alone, with many more in Virginia and Maryland. I’m sure this is the case for pretty much anyplace that you might live.

Of course if you are the bold, adventurous, leading man/woman kind of person, you can apply to be a Photowalk Leader. Being a leader is not as simple as being a photowalker and involves planning and organizing skills, which is why there is an application process, but it is very rewarding to do. I have personally led dozens of photowalks and the rewards always outweigh the work that goes into it. The cutoff for applying to be a leader is September 23rd so there is still plenty of time but don’t wait too long. If you are selected, you want to have enough time for people to locate and sign up for your photowalk location. The link to sign up to be a leader is also located on the main WWP page.

If you are unsure about what a photowalk is exactly, I encourage you to check out my Guide to Photowalking. I put this together a few years ago and it is full of all kinds of good info about photowalking, what it is, what to do , and how to plan one of your own. Let me leave you with this last thought – If you love photography and enjoy walking around and exploring, don’t miss out on this great event. You may not come away with any grand prize winning photographs but chances are you will have a great time, meet some very like-minded folks, possibly make some new friends, learn something new, or even teach something new to someone else. I can’t think of a better way to spend a few hours.

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