How’s things? Hope all is well with you.
It’s been quite a busy time here lately so Saturday just gone it was time for something different…a Photo Walk, and for a bit of escapism, socialising and Photography you can’t beat it.
The photo walk was held down in Brighton and geez did we drop lucky. Brighton is a fascinating place anyway with so much going on but even more so when we were all there as quite unexpectedly there were all manner of street parties, markets & fairs in full swing; even Mother Nature threw in some sun for good measure 🙂
With 35 people having registered to come along and join in we had a fantastic turnout and it was great to catch up with some friends I hadn’t seen for a while and also to meet so many new people. (Group photo above with just a few people missing)
We all met up at the entrance to Brighton Pier and headed off just after 1pm with my good friend James Hole leading the way and pointing everyone in the right direction to find some hidden gems.
Thanks also to my Buddy Dave Clayton prizes were on offer to folks who submitted pictures under the categories of Expression, Colour and Movement; all of which were in abundance 🙂
For a chance to win one of the prizes folks need to upload their pictures to the Brighton Photo Walk Group Page [Link] by Sunday 22nd July as I’ll be choosing winners and announcing them on the Monday morning (23rd July).
Prizes on offer are:
- Free Ticket to any of my UK based Workshops
- Free Online Training Download
- 3 Disc Box Set of ‘A Day with Jay Maisel’ courtesy of Kelby Training
- Signed copy of RC Concepcion’s book ‘Get your Photography on the Web’
All in all a fantastic day with a wonderful group of people from all over, so HUGE thanks to everyone that came along and made the day so enjoyable. I’ll definitely be organising more days out like this so if you’d like to join us keep an eye on this site and sign up to the FREE newsletter to hear about dates well in advance [Link]
Right, that’s all from me for today so whatever you’re up to have a good one and I’ll catch you back here tomorrow,