Photowalk in Clermont Ferrand

Word Wide Photowalk
Clermont Ferrand, France
By Kristel Schneider

Saturday, October 1st, Clermont Ferrand was part of the largest global Social Event for Photographers: the 4th edition of Scott Kelby’s World Wide Photo Walk.
I was happy to organize this local walk and be the leader of a small but enthusiastic photo group. We had a great day and were lucky to enjoy some very nice weather!

From today on the group members can upload a photo of their choice and take part in the Local and World Wide photo contest. I will pick the Local winner, the best image from the Clermont Ferrand walk which will then take part in the WWPW photo contest. Scott Kelby and his team will choose the grand winner.

See for more images my Facebook page .

Clermont Ferrand – 4th Annual Worldwide Photo Walk

The Largest Global Social Event for Photographers

‘ Today I was approved as one of the Worldwide Photo Walk leaders  to  organise and lead a Photo Walk in Clermont Ferrand (Auvergne), France.
I am very excited to be part of the largest global Social Event for Photographers. ‘

Annual Worldwide Photo Walk (WWPW)

On Saturday, October 1 and Sunday, October 2, the whole world will be walking again with Scott Kelby, president of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP) and #1 bestselling computer and technology book author, in his Fourth Annual Worldwide Photo Walk™ — the world’s largest global social photography event in the history of photography.

This year, the Photo Walk will take place over two days in October giving more photographers from around the world a chance to participate.  In 2010, more than 30,000 photographers walked in over 1,000 locations taking 6 million images in just one day. 

Photo Walk:
Clermont Ferrand | Auvergne | France

1st October 2011

Free and open to anyone who owns a camera.
WWPW  is allowing  50 walkers maximal per walk,  so full is full.

To sign up to participate in the Photo Walk in Clermont Ferrand or for more information click here .

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