Social group for photographers to have fun and learn how to get better at creative photography.
We are all on our photographic journey and this PhotoWalk is part of your journey. To grow as a photographer you need other photographers who inspired you as well as mentors to help you out and bounce ideas off. You need to surround yourself with photographers who are actively pursuing their passion just like yourself.
These PhotoWalks help introduce you to other photographers like you. So join us as we explore Sydney, observing, and learning about creative photography. All photographers, all cameras including all smartphones are welcomed. After the session, there is the opportunity to have a drink or a meal and meet each other.
We host these PhotoWalks event fortnight and alternate the starting points.
Tuesday's meeting point: MCA, outside the glass doors on the harbour front.
Thursday's meeting point: Meet on the steps of Customs House.
5:45pm for a 6pm start. Runs 7.30 pm. Social drinks and meet up after the event (Optional)
What are the PhotoWalks all about?
Learning, socialising, networking, connecting.
Discover your creative mind.
Practice creative photography.
What do we do each session?
Colin Seton your PhotoWalk Guide will set you a photo challenge. Colin and the other WAO photoguide(s) will then mentor you one on one and teach you how to expand your imagination by demonstrating hands-on tips and tricks as we explore the route. Once the Photowalk is finished, we all visit the nearest pub or bar for a drink a chat and possibly a meal.
Allowing ourselves time to explore is the catalyst for developing your creative mindset. Traditional cameras and Smartphones welcomed. Stay and share a meal or a drink when the session ends. The PhotoWalks are led by the professional photographers who guide each workshop and photo adventures all over Sydney.
Who comes to these PhotoWalks?
Retired men and women
Bloggers and writers who want to take better photos
Covid-safe guidelines: For your safety, we will carry hand-sanitiser and practice safe distancing.